JT9 signal reports
- Hi Julian and Ron,
I agree with you about the propagation being the
most important factor in JT9 QSOs. Using about
5 Watts, I have received reports from -27 to +5.
A power formula (that works for me and my antenna
as a starting point) is to reply to someone at the
absolute value in watts of his signal strength -- for
example, if I receive him at -06, I answer with about
6 watts; if I receive him at -15, I answer with about
(|his sig strength| * 1 Watt) = my power out
I did have an issue about a month ago with TX: my
rig/laptop combination works best with the WSJT-X
internal DirectX sound drivers.
Tnx es 73 de Bill K WB2SXY
On 7/5/2013 5:46 AM, g4ilo wrote:
> I think it shows that what you can hear or work at any given time
is more to do with propagation conditions than anything else.
> Julian, G4ILO
> --- In JT9digitalhams@yahoogroups.com, "Ron"<gm0ntl50@...> wrote:
>> I still find the disparity in signal reports received and sent
using JT9 very confusing. Does anyone have a simple explanation?
Does output power have any relevance in this? With my 2 watts,
I receive a wide variation in reports.
>> 73 Ron GM0NTL
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