Topband: ARRL DXCC - 160 Meters - Station Location and Boundary
wrcromwell at gmail.com
Sat Nov 24 08:45:22 EST 2018
What you have described is pretty much what I have envisioned.
Personally I am still receiving at my home with occasional QRM from
industrial sources. DSP is easing the problems for me. The problems with
the gee-whiz approaches are centered around "latency". Tap your Morse
key and then wait for the dit to appear some noticeable time later. The
remote, shared receiver also does not "mute" during your transmission.
Watch out for feedback between your received audio and your mic!
None of those issues are insurmountable.
On 11/23/18 5:49 PM, Lloyd - N9LB wrote:
> A shared Receive Only site can be used by many operators simultaneously.
> However a shared RX-TX site (remote station) would be impossible.
> ( Think Bouvet on 20m CW, listening up 1-10 )
> Also a club sponsored shared RX could be set up far from any noise sources, run on solar cells & batteries, with an 802.11A Wi-FI link back to the nearest wired Internet.
> Lloyd - N9LB
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