[pskmail] Re: Aw: Re: QRM ??

  • From: Christian F8DZE <f8dze@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2015 13:06:59 +0200

I also use the a500Hz filter on my FT-100 in digital mode with 1150 Khz shift
so that I can tune the true frequency.The results are by far better since.Best
73s,Christian F8DZE

From: rein@xxxxxxxxxxxx
To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [pskmail] Aw: Re: QRM ??
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2015 09:26:01 +0200

I am using a 500Hz filter on all radios...

Really makes the difference, also fine for PSK500.

Rein PA0R


Gesendet: Mittwoch, 03. Juni 2015 um 18:31 Uhr

Von: "victor maddex" <vmaddex@xxxxxxxxxxx>

An: "pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Betreff: [pskmail] Re: QRM ??

It may be worth investing in a narrow band filter to help your decode..

Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2015 18:17:09 +0200

From: dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx

To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Subject: [pskmail] QRM ??


lately I have a lot of QRM during pskmail operation. It's nearly

impossible to finish a data transfer and so "Abort" is mostly the end.

I've looked around a bit in the Internet and found that Robust Packet (

http://robust-packet.net/ ) uses the 10.147,30 MHz USB for it's

transmissions. Is ist possible this caused the QRM, has anybody made

similar expierences ?

I've attached a fldigi screenshot when the transmission took place.

To identify the signal I've looked about a Robust Packet sound file

example, but unfortunately I found nothing.




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