Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот Георги » съб авг 12, 2017 2:34 pm

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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот RADIOTO » съб авг 12, 2017 7:22 pm

:text-goodpost: :text-lol: :text-yeahthat:
Сигнала на днешната радиограма беше на четири чертички и снимките са видимо по лоши от миналата седмица.
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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russian Surveillance Plane Flies Low Over Washington, Creating
Stir

RFE/RL
10 August 2017

A Russian plane has conducted a surveillance flight over the U.S.
Capitol building, Central Intelligence Agency, Pentagon, and
other critical government centers in Washington after being
cleared by the Pentagon.

The August 9 flight, which created a stir in U.S. media and
political circles, was part of a long-standing program of
surveillance under the Open Skies Treaty that allows both
countries to fly unarmed observation planes over each other's
territory.

Besides Russia and the United States, 32 other states have signed
the treaty, which is aimed at fostering transparency about
military activity, reducing mistrust and misunderstandings, and
facilitating the monitoring of arms-control agreements.

CNN and Politico reported that besides buzzing over Washington,
the Russian Tu-154M plane is due to fly over Bedminster, New
Jersey, where President Donald Trump is vacationing, and the
presidential retreat in Camp David, Maryland.

Pentagon spokesman Dan Gaffney said he could not confirm the path
of the plane until its mission was over. "A typical mission has
several segments taking place over a few days," he said.

But the U.S. Capitol Police issued an advisory ahead of time,
saying an "authorized low-altitude aircraft" would enter
restricted airspace over the Capitol between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
on August 9.

"The aircraft will be large and may fly directly over the U.S.
Capitol," the police notice said. "This flight will be monitored
by the U.S. Capitol Police command center and other federal
government agencies."

Since the treaty entered into force in 2002, there have been more
than 1,200 Open Skies flights. According to the Pentagon, the
overflights are conducted by aircraft typically equipped with
film and sensors allowed under the treaty.

The Pentagon and State Department said that before the flights,
each state is given the flight plan of the mission and escorts
fly aboard the aircraft to make sure it complies with the treaty.
After each flight, the host country gets a copy of any imagery
taken by the observation aircraft.

U.S. officials have testified in the past that while Russia
complies with the Open Skies Treaty, they believe it has adopted
measures that are inconsistent with the spirit of the accord.

The treaty, for instance, obligates each member to make all of
its territory available for observation, yet officials said
Russia has imposed restrictions on surveillance over Moscow and
Chechnya and near Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two breakaway
regions of Georgia now under Russian control.

With reporting by AP, CNN, Politico, and TASS

https://www.rferl.org/a/russian-surveil ... 68685.html

Russia's RT has this video of the airplane over DC ...





Image: A Russian Tu-154 aircraft ...

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From ARRL:

Amateur Radio Participation is Key to University Solar Eclipse
Experiment

7 August 2017

The Solar Eclipse QSO Party (SEQP) is just a couple of weeks
away! The SEQP is a special operating event organized by the Ham
Radio Science Citizen Investigation (HamSCI) to study ionospheric
effects caused by the August 21 total solar eclipse.

During the SEQP, hams are being asked to operate on the HF bands
in a manner similar to a contest or QSO party. Let the HamSCI
researchers know where you plan to be and what modes you plan to
operate.

HamSCI scientists rely on data from systems such as the Reverse
Beacon Network, WSPRNet, and PSKReporter. Participants’ logs will
provide the contact and spot data that researchers at the New
Jersey Institute of Technology and at Virginia Tech will use to
study eclipse-induced ionospheric effects.

Event rules and operating procedures are available on the HamSCI
website: http://hamsci.org/seqp

http://www.arrl.org/news/rsvp-for-the-seqp


Kim's note: You can participate even if you do not have an
amateur radio license, or are otherwise unable to transmit.

At http://wsprnet.org, you can establish an account. Instead of
an amateur call sign, enter something like this: Your country's
prefix, SWL, and some numbers, so that your SWL call does not
duplicate an amateur radio call in your country.

Download the WSPR software from
https://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/wspr.html

WSPR 2.0 will suffice and will be simplest to use.

When you have WSPR running, set Tx fraction to 0%, meaning all
receiving and no transmitting.

You can also select Upload spots: the stations you receive will
be reported to the WSPR database. The Band pull-down menu will
tell you which frequencies to tune. Make sure the band you are
listening to is selected, so that your reports to the database
have the correct frequency.

Also make sure that your computer's clock is set for accurate
time. One way to do this is to click on the clock in the bottom
right corner of your display, click Change date and time
settings, click Internet time, click Change settings, click
Update now.

During the eclipse, you might monitor 80 or 40 meters, bands
where DX is more common during darkness.

Use the Map feature of WSPRnet.org, select a band, set the time
period to 10 minutes, and refresh it often during the eclipse. If
you only want to see the stations that you are hearing, enter
your SWL call in Call box.

Experiment with different settings under Database and Map to get
different perspectives of station activity.

More information about using WSPR as an SWL is here:

http://bit.ly/2fwzdg9


Dnec


Image: Solar Eclipse QSO Party logo ...

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And finally ...

See this video from DW Science about plans to build a tunnel for
ships, connecting two fjords in Norway ...



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И снимките. В началото на приема на първата снимка един гражданин форсираше колата си на поне 10 метра от мен, но това видимо се отрази на снимката. Когато се случва при прием на текст не се забелязва ефект.
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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот Георги » съб авг 12, 2017 7:47 pm

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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот Георги » пон авг 21, 2017 4:53 pm

В събота в 19:00 ч. в Боровец на тази ливада пред хотела приех радиограмата, излъчвана от Костинброд:

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Въпреки доста слабия сигнал, приет с малкото Сони картинките бяха с учудващо добро качество:



Текстът също се разкодира без грешка. :music-listening:
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Мнениеот RADIOTO » съб авг 26, 2017 6:47 pm

Текста и снимките към днешната радиограма

Код: Избери всички

RSID: MFSK32 @ 1499.2 Hz&inTeetuepzo
Welcome to program 10 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

All of today's program is in MFSK32 centered on 1500 Hz.

e send reception reports to radiogram@verizon.net

And visit http://swradiogram.net

Twitter: @SWRadiogram

 tckc




Today on Shortwave Radiogram is the second of two summer special
programs consisting mostly of images.

This program looks at several U.S. airlines that no longer exist.

The airlines included in this half hour include international
airlines with which Shortwave Radiogram outside the United States
might be familiar.

There will also be airlines on which I have traveled or that I
remember for one reason or another.

Because of time limitations, I will not try to explain the
reasons for the demise of each airline. In some cases, the
airline was absorbed in a merger.

I refer you to a very helpful Wikipedia article about defunct
airlines in the United States ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_defunct_airlines_of_the_United_States

... and especially to the links, that will lead you to more
information about each airline.

Shortwave Radiogram program 10 is now ready for boarding, except
that we have to wait for the cheap seats at the back of the plane
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the "unofficial overseas flag carrier of the United States." Pan
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Trans World Airlines (TWA) rivaled Pan Am for international
flights. In 1988, it "carried more than 50% of all trans-Atlantic
passengers." Much of this traffic was fed by TWA's domestic US
flights. After financial difficulties, TWA was absorbed by
American Airlines in 2001 ...

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Northwest Airlines, founded in 1926, was originally known for its
flights to Asia. Thus for many years it was branded as Northwest
Orient Airlines. Flights across the Atlantic eventually were
added. In 2008, Northwest was absorbed by merger into Delta
Airlines. ...

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National Airlines operated from 1934 to 1980, In addition to its
domestic routes, from 1970 to 1978 National was, with Pan Am and
TWA, the only U.S. airlines that operated scheduled passenger
flights to Europe. In 1980, Pan Am took over the National fleet
and route network ...

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Braniff Airways operated from 1928 and, as Braniff International,
was known for its flights to Latin America, in addition to
domestic flights in the midwestern and southwestern USA. The
airline was also known for its colorful livery. Braniff ceased
operations in 1982, although other companies used the name for
limited periods after 1982. (My first ride on an airplane was a
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Piedmont Airlines, based in North Carolina, began operations in
1948. It was known especially for its customer loyalty (perhaps
because it provided passengers with entire 12-ounce cans of soft
drinks rather than just a the small plastic cup). Eventually its
routes expanded into the western United States and even into the
Bahamas and Bermuda. It was merged into USAir in 1989. In 1974, I
flew on one of Piedmont's Japanese-built YS11As, shown in this
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Allegheny Airlines began passenger operations in 1952. Its hub
and operational center were in Pittsburgh, although its
headquarters were in Washington DC. Most of the airline's flights
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As Allegheny's routes expanded to the west and even into Canada,
and to shed its regional image, the airline's name was changed in
1979 to USAir. That became US Airways in 1997. Flights to Europe
were added. The US Airways name prevailed after a merger with
America West airlines in 2005, but disappeared after the airline
was absorbed into American Airlines in 2015 ...


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North Central Airlines was founded in 1944. Based in
Minneapolis, it served sections of the USA indicated by its name.
North Central was known by the "Herman the duck" logo on the
tails of its aircraft. North Central merged with Southern Airways
in 1979 to become Republic Airlines (but keeping Herman the
duck). Republic was absorbed by Northwest Airlines in 1986.
 
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Ozark Airlines began operations in 1950 and served the
midsection of America from its St. Louis hub. In 1986, Ozark
merged into TWA, which also had its main hub in St. Louis.

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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот Георги » съб авг 26, 2017 7:57 pm

Аз днеска прекъснах тази велоразходка https://www.strava.com/activities/1153483719 за почивка и прием с най-малкото Сони - ICF-SW22 на Костинбродската радиограма, 10-та по ред:


Някои от приетите картинки бяха почти 3D. :dance:

Точната локация на приема беше тази:
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=42.79 ... 6&z=16&m=b , между Кремиковци и Локорско, или само на 24 км от предавателя. :idea:
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Re: Радиограми, Радиофаксове, RX-SSTV i EASYPAL

Мнениеот Георги » пон авг 28, 2017 6:45 am

Да добавя още две снимки във връзка със завчерашната радиограма. :ugeek:
Едната е може би най-бистрата от всички, които съм приемал досега, има я и в предишния ми пост, но все пак отделна се вижда още по-ясно:

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