Your first attempts to cross the pond is certainly more remarkable than
my meanwhile almost daily transmissions for the VLF establishment :-)
I just assumed that Paul is the only one who can receive you anyway.
Also he can tune to your direction which is the back side of my
direction. So i did not assume that i would lower the SNR in your
Please stay near 8270 Hz, at least with the carriers.
Maybe Paul can tell us if QSY is necessary to avoid a lowering of the
Am 23.05.2017 17:10, schrieb [email protected]:
Paul and Markus,
Thank-you for the encouragement and patience, but infortunately the
message received does not match the one that was sent, assuminmg the
sending was done correctly. Can we try again?
Hopefully I am not causing QRM to Stefan's QTC on 8270.1 Hz. If so I can
QSY back to 8277 Hz! Can we try his suggestion for a daytime attempt to
take advantage of the lower QRN or will the S/N be too low?
Also, are the sigs stable enough? Stefan suggested a GPS module that
could be used with Spec Lab to generate a disciplined carrier. The WX
should be more stable now. Last night the ERP decreased and the phase
probably shifted too.
On Tue, 23 May 2017, Markus Vester wrote:
Paul and Joe,
great news! Your patience has finally paid off. Congratulations to
both on this excellent piece of work!
Von: Paul Nicholson <[email protected]>
An: rsgb_lf_group <[email protected]>
Verschickt: Di, 23. Mai 2017 12:07
Betreff: Re: LF: NA VLF
Overnight 22nd/23rd was fairly quiet and the decoder turned up
at Eb/N0 = +0.5dB, BER 42.7% with constant reference phase,
peaking at frequency of 8270.0070925 Hz + 6 uHz.
Rank 7430 in the decoder list.
Carrier S/N: 12.81 dB in 39.2 uHz,
-31.26 dB in 1Hz,
-65.24 dB in 2.5kHz