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echo tlm over uk



Following 9k6 just received on 435.150 over UK (IO92NL)

(5kHz high on tmd700e as explained previously)
PACB-1    > TIME-1   :PHT: uptime is 005/18:23:20.  Time is Thu Jul 08
21:52:44 2004 
(note gap due to qsy in 5KHz steps down to nominal frequency)
PACB-1    > BCR-1    :BCR: batv=1289 bati=213 batsense=49 battop=1289
batlow=1289 batt1=559 batt2=1112 sav=1241 sai=573
 
PACB-1    > LSTAT-0  :I P:0x13AA o:0 l:29536 f:29542, d:0 st:0 e:01 
PACB-1    > TIME-1   :PHT: uptime is 005/18:24:30.  Time is Thu Jul 08
21:53:54 2004 
PACB-11   > PBLIST-0 :PB: Empty. 
PACB-1    > TLMS-1   :C0:0D C1:44 C2:76 C3:27 C4:04 
PACB-12   > BBSTAT-0 :Open ABCD: 
PACB-11   > STATUS-0 :B: 2090732 
PACB-11   > PBLIST-0 :PB: Empty. 
PACBLS-8  > PACBLS-8 :PACBLS S Meter = 55 
PACB-1    > PACBT-1  :TX hang caught 
PACB-1    > TLMS-1   :C0:0D C1:44 C2:76 C3:27 C4:04 
PACB-1    > LSTAT-0  :I P:0x13AA o:0 l:29536 f:29542, d:0 st:0 e:01 
PACB-12   > BBSTAT-0 :Open ABCD: 
PACB-11   > STATUS-0 :B: 2090732 
PACBLS-8  > PACBLS-8 :PACBLS S Meter = 55 
PACB-11   > PBLIST-0 :PB: Empty. 

Note TLMS data not TLMI,  and TLMS-1 hasn't changed, (Thanks for the book!)
But, what does  " Tx hang caught"   mean?
What is the S meter reading?

73 de andy G0SFJ


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