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Installation, Antennas and Interference
WSPR, wsprdaemon, kiwirecorder
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Problems Now Fixed
edited April 2017
What is the correct way to log a DGPS station? Center Freq, Offset ?
I log them center frequency CW. That seems to be in agreement with the Coast Guard site:
Ron - KA7U
What are the ID like NMY-52 I see referenced in some docs?
> WA2ZKD > What are the ID like NMY-52 I see referenced in some docs?
Yes, I have seen those. My question is what kind of ID is it. Ref. ID and TX ID are another value and is it an FCC callsign?
NMY-52 Sandy Hook
I'm not certain about this, but I think that the Navy, Coast Guard, and Marine Corps use tactical call signs that begin with N. So NMY-52 would not be a FCC issued call sign, but rather a Service issued tactical call sign. I'm not real sure what input the FCC has in regards to the military radio usage. Is it advisory, or regulatory? I don't know.
Ron - KA7U
yes those are Callsigns which means every DGPS TX has 3 forms of id.
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