[amsat-bb] Fox high speed?
e.krome at comcast.net
Fri Mar 25 18:53:28 UTC 2016
Thanks for the note. I, too, have successfully received high speed telemetry in the past, although it has been a while. Wonder what changed. Maybe Drew can point us in the right direction.
Ed Krome K9EK
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> On Mar 25, 2016, at 11:23 AM, Alan <wa4sca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> That is what HS looks like. There have been 2-3 other periods of HS telemetry over the past few days.
> In the ones I saw or heard, my software did not automatically switch, and when manually switched
> copied nothing. There are known issues with HS in my station which I am working on, so that is not
> entirely unexpected. I was able to copy a few blocks on a much earlier test. From other comments,
> you do need a stronger signal than DUV, and depending on your equipment, a higher sampling rate.
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> <Subject: [amsat-bb] Fox high speed?
> <About mid-pass on the ~9:42AM pass this morning, FOX appeared to switch from the DUV mode to
> <what I believe was high speed. The screen pattern changed from the usual 2 parallel line pattern
> <eye pattern and decoding) to a multi-parallel-line pattern with brief stops. My tlm program 1.03f was
> <set on auto. Nothing decoded; no eye pattern. I manually switched to high speed; same results. What
> <did I do wrong?
> <Ed K9EK
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