As reported on the Yahoo HFDL group by Donnie several HFDL groundstations started using system table 51.
The most exiting thing is that apparently a new Ground Station is added.
I configured PC-HFDL so that it will show ID 10 as MUAN - SOUTH KOREA
As some programs use this name it seem best if we all use the same :-)
Ground Station ID 10
MUAN - SOUTH KOREA
Longitude 126 14 19 E Latitude 35 1 56 N Squitter Version 0 Number of frequencies 8 Frequency 21931000 Hz Master Frame Slot 3 Frequency 17958000 Hz Master Frame Slot 11 Frequency 13342000 Hz Master Frame Slot 7 Frequency 10060000 Hz Master Frame Slot 3 Frequency 8939000 Hz Master Frame Slot 11 Frequency 6619000 Hz Master Frame Slot 7 Frequency 5502000 Hz Master Frame Slot 3 Frequency 2941000 Hz Master Frame Slot 7
It's right outside Taecheonan-gil, on a peninsula in the southwest coast of South Korea. Google Earth shows 2 towers with the characteristic guy anchor points. It's about 14km from Muan International Airport.
So who will be the first one to log a message from this Ground Station?
See attached 'SystemTable 51.zip' file.
To use this SystemTable with PC-HFDL
1. Stop PC-HFDL.
2. Copy pchfdl.dat and pchfdl.txt to your \PC-HFDL\configs folder.
3. Start PC-HFDL
The file 'pchfdl.txt' shows ID 10 as MUAN - SOUTH KOREA.
The file 'SystemTable 51 (hex 33).txt' shows the table in readable format.
@ Patrick, not sure what is needed to add this new GS to MultiPSK, but I amsure you will take care of it...
Cheers and 73,