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Yes, I saw from the European users graphs that the SNR did drop back later.
I went out an nudged my dish but couldn't improve my SNR - I see now that this was after the SNR had dropped back.
But I have to say that I wasn't aware on an increase during the '4 hour period.'
The graphs on David's website show that several users saw quite a distinct sustained increase in SNR over that period while others - apparently - saw none, or a minute increase.
I don't understand that.
From: Ian Deans via groups.io <iandeans142@...>
Sent: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 17:57
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Signal
Spoke too soon John and see the signal is back down again after just
over 4 hours. In my case in poor weather 13.1 to 12.5 SNR. At the same
time as the drop in the signal I saw a missed/recovered packet of 5/5
which is quite rare for me, suggesting a station change.
At the risk of repeating myself, it is very annoying that their back up
station has a considerably better signal.
On 28/06/2020 17:26, geojohnt via groups.io wrote:
> Interesting, I see from David's website that many say this increase.
> I didn't and since many users SNR is still up a bit, I might just go and
> give my dish a nudge.
> Then again, I might just not!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Deans via groups.io <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: MSGemail@example.com
> Sent: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 17:08
> Subject: [MSG-1] Signal
> I see a signal increase about 13.00 UTC suggesting a move to the back up
> station. Signal up about 0.5 SNR and nice to see 13.00 + SNR again even
> with unfavourable weather conditions here.