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FW:RE: Linrad Questions (Kohjin Yamada Oct 12 2002)
- Subject: FW:RE: Linrad Questions (Kohjin Yamada Oct 12 2002)
- From: Leif Asbrink <leif.asbrink@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 10:37:03 +0200
[mailto:owner-linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Kohjin Yamada
Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 2:53 AM
Subject: RE: [linrad] Linrad Questions
Hi Roger good evening,
I woke up a little late this morning and saw good news from both of you!
I will try first download Leif's new one and next yours.
I will give you informed shortly.
Almost two years lovely grand son will visit us this week end so I'll be
busy some, Hi:-)
Also, I have recently finished the evaluation of RedHat 8.0 which ended
up badly I will report this to the reflector.
Maybe some chance with lir00-48?
More later, thanks anyway,
Kohjin - JR1EDE
At 16:15 02/10/11 -0400, you wrote:
>I have placed the following bzip'd Linrad S files on the web. These are
>nothing special. I didn't wait till the bands were hot, or look for
>special signals. I was working when I got your message, and it was the
>middle of the night here, so I just took 'The Time Machine' to the band
>in question and recorded 30-90 seconds (roughly) of a 90 KHz or so swath
>of the band, at 0030 local time this a.m. while between work duties. I
>just made sure there were some signals in each file and then uploaded
>them to the web. The HF band files were obtained by hooking up an R7
>vertical to the input BNC connector of The Time Machine. The VLF file
>was obtained by hooking up a 108 inch active antenna to the AMRAD VLF
>converter, which was hooked up to the BNC input connector of TTM.
>Output (I/Q) of TTM went directly to Linrad. Each file starts at an
>even 100 KHz mark on the band in question and goes up 90 KHz from there.
>I have lots of birdies, but there are interesting signals as well. On
>the VLF file there are 3 or 4 beacons, which appear on Linrad (when run
>at the proper waterfall speed) as pairs of vertical dashed lines around
>a central carrier. The dashed lines are of course the morse code
>identifiers of the beacons. All files were made with the appropriate
>plug-in band filter supplied for that band by the folks that make TTM.
>The files are:
>http://www.qsl.net/w3sz/vlf1.bz2 6.932 MB size 300-390 KHz VLF
>http://www.qsl.net/w3sz/40m1.bz2 12.611 MB size 40 meter CW band
>http://www.qsl.net/w3sz/40m2.bz2 17.936 MB size 40 meter DX phone
>http://www.qsl.net/w3sz/20m1.bz2 19.620 MB size 20 meter phone
>I checked the URL's and all of these are available for download.
>Let me know your comments, and if you want something else I can try to
>2 Merrymount Road
>Reading, PA 19609-1718
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