nss at mwt.net
Sat Jan 28 15:58:56 UTC 2017
Yes I use that also. For Transmit.
I was using FL-Digi for recv, but the single channel I know I was
missing people calling me.
I tried some of the others that use a multi trace capability. but wasn't
too happy with it.
But just now tried ACDS, and was quite impressed on it's working. The 34
seperate ummm channels or passbands? anyway,the being off freq, or freq
sweeping too fst will not it seems to be a problem with that program.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 1/28/2017 9:29 AM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> 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
>> The Original Rolling Ball Clock
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