bruninga at usna.edu
Sat Jan 28 15:29:18 UTC 2017
Would it be a good idea to mention what you use for uplink doppler
I assume Andys K0SM's DopplerPSK?
On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 5:56 PM, KO6TZ Bob <my.callsign at verizon.net> wrote:
> I was not on that pass.
> Most of the time, you will see the telemetry very strong down at 310Hz.
> You should see your own signal where ever you put it. (I use 1600Hz) You
> should also see the non Doppler corrected beacons. These skew across the
> waterfall. Won't waste time trying to copy them.
> Now for FlDigi... The maximum acquisition range is 500 Hz. If the
> signal is not within the "Red" bar limit above the waterfall, the program
> will not look for it. Also look in the configuration for multi option being
> As a frequent user of NO-84_PSK31, I recommend DigiPAN or WinPSKse. They
> each have their advantages. DigiPAN copies many signals with limited AFC.
> WinPSKse copies only two signals with 3,000Hz of AFC. Your choice.
> I had a decent pass just now,
> Saw mine as well as a few other signals and the telemetry.
> Key word is I "SAW" in the waterfall these signals.
> BUT.. not one of them would decode.
> Anyone have a guess what might be happening?
> Joe WB9SBD
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