[pskmail] Re: back online

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> Gesendet: 21.01.07 21:08:06
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> Betreff: [pskmail] Re: back online


> 
> I would think that PSK256 would work great, just as PSK125 has. Even 
> though PSK125 has double the bandwidth of PSK63, there is not a 3db 
> signal to noise penalty in actual practice since no one was probably 
> running a 63 Hz filter on receive and had to widen it out to 125 Hz when 
> moving to PSK125. The reality is that most of us are probably running a 
> 300 to 500 Hz filter on receive. So the optimum situation would be to 
> have the transmitted bandwidth fill up the available receiver passband. 
> PSK256 would probably be about the max for a 300 Hz receive filter since 
> the receive filters may have some phase delay issues at the 3 db down 
> points, depending on the filter design (the black magic of poles and 
> zeroes).
> 
> Still working on getting the RF side working on my server. I'll be 
> playing with my client today and see if I can connect to some other 
> servers. I'm currently trying to figure out how to save the config data 
> in fldigi. It seems to forget which serial port to use to key the radio.
> 
> Rein, please let me know if I am sending to the list from the wrong 
> email address. I can't remember which one I used when I signed up.

This one is ok...

Rein

> 
> 73,
> Fred - WB5CON
> 
> Per Crusefalk wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > For status you can try sending "~STATUS?". That should give you the
> > servers uptime, disk space and ping times. "~GETBEACONS" shows how many
> > times the server has heard the connected stations beacons (aprs).
> >
> > I haven't tried PSK256, I sort of initiated the move to fldigi and
> > PSK125 to get more speed so evn more speed would be interesting.
> > I have also tried RFSM2400 that is a MIL-STD-188-110A implementation
> > that really flies (2000 bps on ham rigs). But, at the moment psk256 is
> > not supported in fldigi, I would try it right away if it was.
> >
> > 73 de Per, sm0rwo
> >
> >
> >
> > lör 2007-01-20 klockan 18:45 -0600 skrev Rich Hudgins:
> >   
> >> Jason 
> >>     That narrow filter cant help but improve the signal.   Does anyone
> >> know how to query the server for status?  Are there commands that can
> >> change the operation of ther server while online?   I think I have the
> >> scanner setup, and will be on freq's 7.103.5 [dial]    10.14700 [dial]
> >> 14.076 [dial]    all on psk125   .  Has anyone considered Psk256  I
> >> can run ithat on mixw32 and it really humm's
> >> Rich Hudgins n5ale
> >>     
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