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Re: AO-51 QRM over Europe today



Now the audio sounds like AO-27. I like the old audio better when it
was in PL mode.  My opionion ;-).

73 de Pat --- KA9SCF.


On Sat, 12 Mar 2005 20:27:48 +0100, OZ1MY <oz1my@privat.dk> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Nice to have AO-51 back. A side effect of not using
> the CTCSS tone today is that one can hear the QRM from
> others users on the uplink frequency of 145.920 MHz.
> 
> It confirms what I have heard by listening to FO-29. There
> are heavy use of the uplink frequency in the Gulf area and
> some phone networks in the northern part of Russia.
> The phone networks in Russia transmit dut - dut - dut, when they
> are not used for voice.
> 
> The QRM from the Golf area is much stronger and probably from
> a lot of transmitters. Would be nice if someone in that area
> could give us some information about it - please :-)
> 
> It will be interesting to compare the QRM when AO-51 is in
> QRP mode with uplink on 145.880 MHz.
> 
> By the way the audio sounds better now than before the upload of
> new software. Perhaps it is a coincidence - but that is what it sounds
> like to me. HAS THE DEVIATION BEEN REDUCED ?
> 
> Have a nice weekend
> 
> 73 OZ1MY
> Ib
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