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OPAL Beacon



DL1LSZ, Mike wrote at Sep 13 :

> The time stamp changes only every pass:
> 
> 05.09.2000 0535 UTC  OPAL 18:1445291277 <01>
> 05.09.2000 0715 UTC  OPAL 18:1668142770 <01>
> 05.09.2000 0854 UTC  OPAL 18:1991000565 <01>
> 
> To the time stamp I have the following acceptance, but I'm not sure:
> 
>    OPAL 18:1991000565 <01>
>         XX:XXZZZZZZZZ   
> 
> Z : The difference is average 22855000 ticks. These are about 5580
> seconds
> (22855000 / 4096)  -> 93 minutes. Is this the period of opal?


The following were the beacon data I received today in one pass,
Z : 29339474 - 26074472 = 3265002  <-- What mean this ?

[09/20/00  00:16:43 UTC] <UI R>:OPAL 19:1226074472 <01>
[09/20/00  00:16:53 UTC] <UI R>:OPAL 19:1226074472 <01>
[09/20/00  00:17:43 UTC] <UI R>:OPAL 19:1229339474 <01>
[09/20/00  00:17:53 UTC] <UI R>:OPAL 19:1229339474 <01>

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Date : Sep 20, 2000
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