[CQ-Contest] Zero Beating (slovenly or not)

Doug Smith w9wi at w9wi.com
Sun Jun 3 09:22:02 EDT 2007

On Sun, 2007-06-03 at 07:18 -0400, Bill Tippett wrote:
>          A trained human ear has ~50 Hz bandwidth so it is
> fairly easy to separate multiple signals even inside
> 1000 Hz bandwidth.  This is how the guys who win the
> Dayton pileups do it (e.g. K3ZO)...and they are also
> good at copying multiple signals on different frequencies
> simultaneously.  Programs like Morse Runner are excellent
> practice for this if you need to improve your ear/brain's
> DSP.

And that *can* work fairly well, but merely being able to copy multiple
signals through the QRM doesn't help that much if the *other guy*
doesn't have the same ability... 

Doug Smith W9WI
Pleasant View, TN  EM66

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