Thanks to everyone on the team for this implementation! This grabber will be
most useful in establishing the phase stability of the TA path as the amateur
community continues to explore the use of EbNaut on 2200m. I look forward to
investigating this aspect in detail as the fall season approaches.
Rob - K3RWR
> On Jul 13, 2018, at 08:14, [email protected] wrote:
> Hi Markus,
> Thank-you for the information and for the efforts of you and your colleagues
> towards this excellent project.
> Joe VO1NA
>> On Thu, 12 Jul 2018, Markus Vester wrote:
>> In a most enjoyable collaboration with Bernd DF9RB, Tom DK1IS and Florian
>> DL1FLO, we have launched a new 137 kHz grabber in Amberg, JN59VK:
>> It is located on the same quiet site as our VLF grabber: https://vlf.u01.de/
>> The LF receiver is a Perseus with a GPS-locked 80 MHz clock, connected to
>> the first wideband SpecLab instance. The filtered audio is then passed on to
>> three different narrowband instances, as well as a WSPR decoder and an opds
>> Opera-32 correlation detector. We can also save FFT-export files for the
>> EbNaut decoder if transmissions are announced beforehand.
>> Have fun!
>> 73, Markus (DF6NM)