|[AMRadio] Odd signals in lower 80 meters|
ka1iic at prexar.com
Tue Dec 19 13:39:55 EST 2006
Do the transmissions have a 'key' tone before the voice part of the
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, John King wrote:
> Maybe they are the digitized audio from the AR9000
> digital voice device that converts SSB into digital
> signal that is decoded by another AR 9000. I think
> that is the model number of the device made by AOR and
> is advertised in QST magazine???? 73, John, K5PGW
> --- "A.R.S. - W5AMI" <ars.w5ami at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Has anyone beside Don/KYV and myself heard these odd
>> sounding voice
>> signals between 3700 and about 3750 that seem to be
>> sideband, but can
>> not be tuned in either lower or upper sideband?
>> They seem to be all
>> over the place, however no one else has said a thing
>> about them except
>> Don on amfone.net.
>> They sound like inverted audio, however it would
>> seem that going to
>> the opposite sideband would allow you to tune them,
>> but it doesn't.
>> Maybe I'm not thinking clearly on "Inverted audio".
>> If not, would
>> someone straighten me out?
>> I started a thread on another list, and it's as if
>> no one has heard
>> them, and I am now getting the feeling I'm losing my
>> Brian / w5ami
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