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Re: PSK31/AO-7

 About 2 years ago there were a group of us running PSK31 on AO40. We didn't
have any real  problems other then if there were 2 or 3 QSO's going on at
the same time it was hard to stay on the same one. It was great fun trying
to do so! But with 1 QSO going on it was trivial to doppler tune as you
worked the other station. Error rate, if I remember wasn't a  problem.....

73 Jeff kb2m

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Emily Clarke" <eec@clarke-design.com>
To: "john hackett" <la2qaa@hotmail.com>; <Amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Cc: <allan_gm1sxx@hotmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 3:55 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] PSK31/AO-7

> Hi John,
> I didn't want to persuade you from trying, but my continuing experience
> with PSK-31 on AO-40 has not been satisfactory either.  I believe the
> problem is doppler, and AO-7 has far faster doppler shifts than AO-40.  I
> have tried several PSK-31 clients - some are better than others, but none
> get the error rate down to an acceptable level.  I'm not giving up - thus
> far I've been testing under less than ideal conditions - but it's a labor
> of love, not of expectation :-)
> 73,
> Emily
> At 12:29 PM 11/30/2003 +0100, john hackett wrote:
> >To whom it may concern,
> >                                    Worro' chaps.....unfortunately, I
> > to say that my PSK31 experiments on AO-7 turned out to be the proverbial
> > pig's ear.....for our "wrong side of the Atlantic" friends, that means
> > was a load of old cobblers (ie: didn't work as envisaged). Despite a few
> > reasonable passes over
> >Frei Island with the bird in mode-B (good CW QSO's) the PSK31 tests were
> >dismal failure.
> >
> >Wot!, no batteries?.....
> >
> >Never mind, blow the dust of those keys. (we all know that we shouldn't
> >use too much power and that CW is the best power conserving
> >we?). Even you avid SSB bods ought to be able to manage the odd dit n'
> >here and there.
> >
> >This is Frasier Crane.....I'm listening.....
> >
> >73 John. Frei Island. JP33WB. <la2qaa@amsat.org>
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