I would certainly like to try to receive you again on VLF, Stefan.
But I understand that EbNaut cannot be seen on a spectrogram. Is that
correct? I don't have GPS timing (though I expect to have it by the
New Year). I do have excellent frequency accuracy and the computer
clock is synched to an NTP server and is kept within 0.5mS.
Is there anything I can receive during this test? Or should I wait
for a simpler transmission?
> My new VLF coil is now in operation. It is designed to run 300 mA. The
> first station where i like to transmit some messages is 8270 Hz, just
> because 36 km it is the easiest band on the VLF frequencies available
> for us. The idea is to transmit at least 100 hours on each band down
> towards DC, just to proof the design. Does someone like to join the
> experiments, RX or TX wise?
> I'm going to start a first transmission tomorrow morning using EbNaut:
> *f = 8270.005000 Hz
> Start time: 22.September.2017 06:00:00 UTC
> Symbol period: 24 s
> Characters: 12
> CRC bits: 16
> Coding 16K21A
> Duration: 11h,31min,12sec
> Antenna current: 300 mA*
> 73, Stefan
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