Thanks for the transmission. A long time ago that i received a ham made
VLF signal from the east :-)
E field: carrier S/N: 12.63 dB in 195.3 uHz (no decode).
H field (E-W): carrier S/N: 20.03 dB in 195.3 uHz
Eb/N0: 5.5 dB. An easy decode.
H field (N-S): carrier S/N: 0.97 dB in 195.3 uHz
These results are not trimmed to the peak SNR, i just took the basic
Mixed antenna results take a bit longer...
Interesting, i did not expect that the E field result is so much worse
than the H field. But at such high frequencies, the sitation is much
different than at < 1 kHz ;-) Certainly the reason is QRN from the
south which is nicely canceled out by the loop.
Am 04.11.2018 14:49, schrieb Markus Vester:
Warming up for the season, and reviving an old art:
Frequency: 8270.1 Hz,
5 characters, 8K19A, 16 bit CRC,
10 s symbols,
Start Sunday 2018-11-04 14:00 UT, duration 5120 s
Aerial current ~ 0.38 A.