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Re: [wsjtgroup] clock errors - Rx and TX end

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  • Carol & Fred Darrah
    I have found that setting the time software to every 5 minutes eliminates a lot of timing issues. Some software allows for the change of receive DT value. Fred
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 7, 2013
      I have found that setting the time software to every 5 minutes eliminates a lot of timing issues. Some software allows for the change of receive DT value.
      Fred N9GUE



      From: chas cartmel <chas@...>
      To: wsjtgroup@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, September 7, 2013 11:54 AM
      Subject: [wsjtgroup] clock errors - Rx and TX end

       
      While operating 20m this afternoon a China station came on calling CQ around 1626 UTC. Called him back a few times but got no response. He had been calling for some while with no success, and I noticed his DT was 4.6. I sent a CHK CLOCK message but to no avail as he returned a few minutes later with the same DT value.
       
      The question is If I am reading him OK (assuming correct decoding of his signal as location matched) then as he is @ +4.6 then correspondingly he would be -4.6 relative, so would it be unlikely my TX would be decoded? He seems to send QRZ often so seemingly hearing the signals but not decoding perhaps.
       
       
       
      73
      Charlie
      www.G4EST.me.uk
       


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