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Re: LF: EbNaut

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Subject: Re: LF: EbNaut
From: Rob Renoud <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2019 07:39:38 -0500
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Riccardo and Jay,

Great to see you made the TA connection!  No decodes here unfortunately.

Rob - K3RWR

On Jan 20, 2019, at 06:26, "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:

Better results last night ... congratulations on 4 decodes!  What is you power and antenna?
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0330 Rank 0 car Eb/N0 4.6 dB Eb/N0 4.5 dB IW4DXW
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0430 Rank 284 car Eb/N0 -0.2 dB Eb/N0 -1.2 dB IW4DXW
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Jay W1VD
----- Original Message -----
From: Riccardo Zoli <[email protected]>
Reply-To: <[email protected]>
To: LF Group <[email protected]>
Sent: 1/19/2019 3:50:50 PM
Subject: Re: LF: EbNaut

Hi Jay and all LF EbNauters,

Many thanks for your reports and suggestions.
And many thanks Jay for your efforts. Yes, indeed: so I'll try tonite with a half of symbol duration, pratically the same parameters used in my transmissions on 14/15 Nov. 2018:

QRG: 137545 Hz
Coding 8K19A
CRC 16
3 sec./sym.
6 characters
Duration: 28 min.
every 30 minutes, 1st transmission on 2100 UTC, last on 0700 UTC.

Reports are welcome as usual...

All the best

73 de Riccardo IW4DXW

Il giorno Sab 19 Gen 2019, 12:36 [email protected] <[email protected]> ha scritto:
Alex, Riccardo & EbNaut-eers
Unfortunately no copy of either station last night. Alex ... understand your TX frequency may have been moving around.
I wonder if a 1 hour transmission is too long for 137 kHz? Recalling spectrograms of QRSS going back many years seems to indicate a QSB pattern of approximately 15 - 30 minutes. Both receptions of IZ7SLZ and IW4DXW (a while back) were 'one and done' with no hint of the signal in adjacent time slots ... using 30 minute transmission times. Even DK7FC's normally big signal shows big QSB swings from one half hour period to the next. Can't help but wonder if 20 or 30 minute transmission periods make better use of the QSB characteristics on 136 kHz.
Jay W1VD      
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