What is the meaning of FT4 on satellites???? I always thought that FT4 was for very low signals, poor propagation and precarious setups....
On Fri, Aug 27, 2021, 02:27 Yono Adisoemarta via AMSAT-BB < [email protected]> wrote:
Concur that I’ve tested FT4 not only on CAS-4A and 4B, XW-2A and 2B, JO-97 but also EO-88 with very low power setting.
A consensus of a frequency would be great as right now I’m only hearing my own echo, still looking for my first QSO on FT4 via sat :)
73 de Yono - YD0NXX
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On Aug 27, 2021, at 4:14 AM, [email protected] wrote:
BTW I have also tested FT4 on CAS-4A and B , JO-97 and XW-2A with 0 power on my 9700 which is just a few hundred milliwatts. I had good decoded up to 1500 miles range, 1.5 degrees with a return of -15db on WSJT-x
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