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Author Topic: XPA2, 13884 kHz USB, 2120 UTC, 28 JULY 2018  (Read 781 times)

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XPA2, 13884 kHz USB, 2120 UTC, 28 JULY 2018
« on: July 28, 2018, 2145 UTC »
This was the best of the 2100/2120/2140 transmissions, and the only one I got a good copy using Rivet build 90. (RSP2pro, W6LVP loop, Denver CO USA).

Rivet decode follows, times in Mountain Daylight Time (pm)

3:21:11 PM XPA2 Start Tones Found (correcting by -22 Hz)
3:22:03 PM Sync tone found
3:22:03 PM Symbol timing found
01124 00001 00000 36644
End Tone
3:22:10 PM XPA2 Decode Complete

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