[Fwd: LF: PSK31 tests.]

Andre Kesteloot akestelo@bellatlantic.net
Sat, 07 Mar 1998 18:09:05 -0500

daveaa1a@xensei.com wrote:

> On Sat, 07 Mar 1998, Charles Brain <chbrain@dircon.co.uk> wrote:
> >Peter Martinez wrote:
> >
> >> QPSK use the same bandwidth and transmission rate.
> You folks are raising some mighty interesting questions.!!. I am running BPSK
> ala VE2IQ and can't really determine how far into the noise it actually goes
> before copy gets less than 100 pct..  Is there any hope of trying something
> like this and let us have a go from the Fessenden transmitter/rx sight down
> the road where in 1906, 2x traffic from here to Macrahannish was commonplace..
> I guess being able to hear into the noise is subjective and can be measured
> easier but havn't done this yet.. I'm sure we can do a 1 way across the pond..
> Just think, a Fessenden electrolytic detector souped up outta do it..eh?..
> Also look for the LOWFER reflector on qsl.net..
> Yours in reception, Dave Riley - AA1A - 'Western Tower' - aa1a@radiocom.net