Re: not yet perfect, but...
David J Taylor
Yes, it took me a moment, but as I am further west, my antenna looks further east, so the sun will be in the beam of my antenna before it's in the beam of your more west-facing antenna. EB-9 is at 165 degrees azimuth from Edinburgh.Note that we are in the solar outage period right now, so the peak inThat's about 11:42 here (which is only intuitively paradox, gemetrically
Yes, I'll trace that for another day or two. It can be the backup program, IMay well help - I try and run as much stuff as I can at lower priority here.
Speaking of priorities, I happened to look at the active processes in sysmonYes, that's normal.
All PCs run at 100 Mb/s here.The FSY size will be constant, or at least monotonically increasing in normal use. Every time there is some data it needs to store, it puts it into one or other of the FSY files, and it never fives that space back to the OS. If some larger data comes in (e.g. VGT4Africa) the FSY size will increase, but not drop back afterwards. The newer 2.5.17 TelliCast client handles things completely differently, but has a few bugs in handing back space...
I find with the 2.6x cards that the signal has to be very bad for a non-zero BER reading - that's why the BER section of my graphs is restricted (mostly) to 2.3 cards which had either a more sensitive BER indication or were poorer performers, or both!
I'm glad that you've found the effort you put into monitoring is now giving some worthwhile feedback.
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