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Re: [CQ-Contest] RM11708 and the Future

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] RM11708 and the Future
From: Tom Osborne <w7why@frontier.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2016 12:23:41 -0700
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Hi Ward

Tonight take a listen to what goes on on 3840 and then come back and tell
us about monitoring and following the rules.  73


> >
> > The concern about session-based protocols (including AX.25) being hard to
> > monitor is certainly valid.  PACTOR modes do support the ability to
> monitor
> > the packets (with another PACTOR modem) for station ID.  The data is
> > usually compressed, so unless you capture everything perfectly, you won't
> > be able to tell what is being sent.  (I can't decipher cyrillic or
> katakana
> > morse, either...) Here's a possible solution - create an network of
> > modems that listen to the various signals in monitor mode and post the
> > station IDs and any other associated data online like the RBN system.  A
> > "mode deciphering monitor" program that runs on one's personal SDR would
> >be  a worthy project, too.  Simple matter of programming :-)
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