Stefan and all,
Thanks for the reports for the initial beacon trials. The trials
allowed me to verify the operation of my station and implement a number of
Stefan, your suggestions are most correct for EbNaut beacon operations on
2200. I have a bit more work to do on the station and then will begin
announced beacon operations with my call sign only and shorter duration.
Thanks again & 73,
Rob – K3RWR
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2018 4:31 PM
Subject: Re: LF: Fwd: 2200m EbNaut Beacon Trial 24-26
I tried all available files but without a single decode. Maybe it is
just propagation? My timing and frequency stability should be OK.
like, try a shorter mesage, <= 5 characters in < 30 minutes.
Am 25.08.2018 22:11, schrieb Rob Renoud:
Thanks for the reports and comments on the trial run last night.
Not surprised by the excellent decodes from W1VD over a relatively short
I will move up 0.5 Hz for tonight and tomorrow to 137477.5 Hz as
requested by DK7FC. All other parameters remain unchanged.
The new antenna matching and tuning unit I recently built and installed
was only slightly warm after running overnight at full input power. Most
Rob - K3RWR
Begin forwarded message:
I will be running a
trial EbNaut beacon on 2200m this weekend (24, 25 and 26 August) to make
sure everything plays together and the smoke stays in the wires &
137477.00 Hz, Coding 8K19, CRC 16, 3 sec symbols, 13 character message,
Duration 44:48.00, Starting on the hour @ 1 watt EIRP. The transmitted
signal & carrier include a 10 minute on-off CW ID at 20 WPM running on
top of the EbNaut carrier.
observations and comments welcome