[RTTY] Decoder performance on crowded bands
al9a at mtaonline.net
Tue Sep 29 20:18:03 EDT 2015
Quick fix. Don't send the 'DE' before your call. It is absolutely unnecessary!
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On September 29, 2015, at 2:57 PM, WW3S <ww3s at zoominternet.net> wrote:
What I think usually happens is the skimmer cannot tell the difference between who is who.....so since most people now append their CQ message with CQ, it goes like this....
CQ AA5AU AA5AU CQ
and then I answer
DE WW3S WW3S
ends up looking to the skimmers as
CQ AA5AU AA5AU CQ DE WW3S WW3S
and I get spotted on Dons run frequency....
just a semi educated guess, from a semi educated man....
> On 9/29/2015 7:37:46 PM, Tim Shoppa (tshoppa at gmail.com) wrote:
> > Wow, thanks for all the responses! Most especially to Lee VE7CC himself,
> who helped me figure out how to reset a filter I had apparently applied
> over a year ago (probably by clicking on the "NE ONLY" button in N1MM). The
> density of good CW skimmers in NE USA meant that I had never noticed this
> filter until the RTTY contest, where most of the USA RTTY Skimmers were in
> AA5AU and GU0SUP raised an issue, about how sometimes S
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