1872RE: [dxatlas] CWSkimmer Server 1.2 not Decoding Callsign W4QO
- Mar 23, 2010Pete,
I agree. They're there now but I promise they weren't there when I made the
initial post. Hummmm..
Not sure why my CWSkimmer server is not decoding him. I am decoding 196 KHz
starting at 18.068 and he was transmitting on 18.091 MHz. Jim and I have
tried other bands as well 80M and 40M in the evening when local HF is very
Mack de WB4MAK
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Subject: Re: [dxatlas] CWSkimmer Server 1.2 not Decoding Callsign W4QO
Hi Mack - I'm confused. I search the RBN database and I see a lot of
W4QO spots from people who I think are using Skimmer Server, like
LA5EKA, DK9IP, and DL2CC, as well as K1TTT, who I *know* is.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 3/23/2010 3:03 PM, Mack WB4MAK wrote:
> My dear friend Jim, W4QO, and 2010 Dayton Ham of the Year, is frustrated
that none of the CWSkimmer servers, including mine with is four miles away,
are decoding his callsign.
> He calls CQ CQ CQ CQ de W4QO W4QO W4QO W4QO several times and still none
of the CWSkimmer servers on the RBN pick up his callsign.
> I'd appreciate any tips or ideas on why this is happening. I suppose it's
not a configuration problem on my CWSkimmer Server since he's not decoded by
anyone since the 15th of March. We've tried almost every day since the 15th
on multiple bands and his signal strength at my QTH is S9.
> All ideas most welcome.
> Kind regards and thanks to Alex and the RBN for such a great resource!
> Mack de WB4MAK
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