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Author Topic: DGPS Logs Jan 4 2023 UTC 2353 - Jan 5 2023 UTC 2359 (AFE822x)  (Read 230 times)

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Count    ID   ref1 ref2 kHz   Baud City                           Country              Lat      Lon      km     Deg
664      971  903  904  307.0 200  Gatun                          Panama               9.261    -79.937  4,181  158
2543     936  332  333  319.0 200  Point Escuminac, NB            Canada               47.075   -64.8    2,210  74 
63       927  316  317  309.0 200  Lauzon, QC                     Canada               46.821   -71.165  1,729  75 












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Re: DGPS Logs Jan 4 2023 UTC 2353 - Jan 5 2023 UTC 2359 (AFE822x)
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2023, 1249 UTC »
How do the number of decodes from the two Canadians compare to previous sessions?
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Re: DGPS Logs Jan 4 2023 UTC 2353 - Jan 5 2023 UTC 2359 (AFE822x)
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2023, 0040 UTC »
Point Escuminac is on par with what it was before, but Lauzon is far lower. There's also something that bothers me about Lauzon, when looking at the timestamps, frequently see H+22 and H+58, and the rest of the minutes are scattered.  Not sure what to make of that.

Also, there's been some local QRM that set in a couple of weeks ago that has raised the noise level. Lauzon was a much stronger station, so if it was still at full power, it would be coming in better. But, if its running at lower power, perhaps something happens at my local H+22 & H+58 (and to a lesser extent other minutes), the QRM drops for a bit and the station comes in better.

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