Re: #aero Jaero too low signal strength #aero
Betreff: Re: [multipsk] #aero Jaero too low signal strength
Von: "Paul Gulliver" <paulg1953@...>
An: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ok, well I think first we need to apologise to Patrick for having this off topic conversation on his group that is dedicated to the support of MultiPSK
Roland, I think all your troubles lie with your antenna, could you post a link to the item you have purchase or confirm that it is right-hand circular polarised.
--Doubt it - anjo inmarsat yagi - also used with top results by Mr. Rauschenberg !
My setup copies that of Mr. Rauschenberg !
Are you using a Low Noise amplifier, if so have you checked it's being fed with a suitable power supply
--lna nooelec & saw filter module for outernet inmarsat-----dongle Nesdr Smartee linked to lna-
20m activeUSB cable to my notebook
Perhaps you could also post a screenshot of SRD# showing your set up.
please see enclosed snap - only decoding I achieved - all other main freqs inaccessable due to low dB- max 4db)
Normally these low rate (600 and 1200 bps) signals are easy to pick up with just a basic helix
You shouldn't have to keep moving your antenna, just use a satellite prediction program to give an Azimuth and elevation for the satellite you're trying to receive and point it in that direction - you don't need a high gain antenna so it should not matter if you are several degrees off the optimum - assuming you're trying to receive Alphasat (the easiest one for Europe) then you should be pointing around 165deg with an elevation of 30deg.
Hope this helps
On 15/01/2019 at 15:59, Roland Fechter <fly-fechter@...> wrote: