Re: {Disarmed} RE: [multipsk] Utility for MultiPSK HFDL users


Mar 17, 2011

 


----------------------------

#10501 Mar 17, 2011

On 17/03/2011 00:07, Mike Simpson wrote: > I have posted a utility on my site which may be of use to users of the MultiPSK HFDL

> option. This reads the MultiPSK output and displays details of the aircraft heard,

> current freqs in use etc.





Nice one Mike, does exactly as it 'says on the tin'



Been running for past 3 hrs without a hitch, using XP on a 3.2G box.



Cheers

Mike L



----------------------------

#10540 Mar 20, 2011

On 19/03/2011 21:40, Mike Simpson wrote: > Hi Mark,

>

> Could you please email me direct a copy of the log file covering this (will be in



> Mike, I'm using the latest version (downloaded on 3/19) and am really impressed. Just

> wanted you to know that, at one point, I started picking up a continuous (>200) entries

> "MS-g Sta" "UNK". The time stamp was the same for the 200 I counted: 201103191604. All

> this happened without an audible signal and nothing was appearing on MultiPSK.

> Everything settled down when the next signal came in.

>

> Mark



Hi Mike,

Exactly the same happened here at first install, but it stopped when decoding started and

it has not happened since.



Mike L



----------------------------

#10541 Mar 20, 2011

On 20/03/2011 19:44, Patrick Lindecker wrote: > Hello Jojo,

>

>

>

> I saw that you decode HFDL transmissions from USA to China, very impressive.





Hi Patrick,

This is the expected behaviour for HFDL.

I get this almost every day when tuned to 15025/8977/6712 Reykjavik - usually my best GS.



Mike L


S
e
n
i
o
r
T
u
b
e
.
o
r
g