[pskmail] Re: bcn question

  • From: Roger G6CKR <radio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2011 17:25:46 +0000

As long as there is a reason that's fine.
I did copy one of you S8 noise beacons earlier.
There used to be a box a few years back that was supposed to allow
nulling out of local noise I wonder if one of those would help.
I think it used a short local aerial and some sort of phasing system.
You will have tried a temp disconnection of the "shore Supply" I'm sure.
Hard work if you have toe drive into the hills. Lets hope it is another
camper and as it is the weekend coming up there holiday is over and they
move on.
73 Roger

On Fri, 2011-02-04 at 17:07 +0100, Rein Couperus wrote:
> Good question.
> We changed the server beacons from port 72 to port 26 a few weeks ago, to 
> be able to show them on the xastir map.
> i did not yet find the time to change it for the monitor tab, so 
> that is not working properly at the moment.
> I know what to do, and It is on the todo list.
> But I cannot test at the moment, as I have S8/9 QRM day and night...
> No reception.... 
> It does not help to move to anther location, as the chance that it gets 
> worse is 50%....
> 73,
> Rein EA/PA0R/M
> BTW, jpskmail is open source, so maybe you can motivate another volunteer :)
> >Hi.
> >What constitutes a beacon as far as it being recorded on the Modem tab?
> >I have just seen 
> >
> >>00uSM0RWO:26 !5901.16NP01756.10E&89D1
> >>
> >and
> >00uIS0GRB-3:26 !3914.79NP00910.96E&C95B
> >
> >But neither showed up under the modem tab.
> >The above were copied form the pksmail terminal window btw.
> >73 Roger G6CKR
> >
> >
> >

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