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04Apr 00:03 50% here.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:56 59% sync4d	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:56 RR 73 and GN	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:55 RR - have a good evening!	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:55 Check your timer.out after program exit.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:55 I'll put subtraction on the list of things to do 	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:55 Thanks, this was very helpful!	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:55 Probably need to do an activity night so that there are multiple signals to decode	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:54 Yes, the decode is fast.  Subtraction is definitely desirable!	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:54 RR	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:53 I guess that's enough, as far as I can see...	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:53 How is the execution time? Do you think that there's time to do subtraction?	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:52 It doesn't generate the messages	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:52 Yes, probably only once is best.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:52 Otherwise, that seems to be pretty slick.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:52 Oops!  Double-clicking on the TU message did not work.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:51 I wonder if it should send TU; only once.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:51 It works ony for the CQing station.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:50 When you receive RR73m quickly double-click on the next caller.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:50 Yes, I did.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:49 OK, you got a TU; message, right?	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:49 How'd you do that?	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:47 Now 2W	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:47 Call CQ again'	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:47 A big plus for this implementation: it works exactly like FT8	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:46 How do I use TU; ?	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:46 RR, that's better.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:45 Yes, why not.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:45 We're overwhelming some QRM.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:45 That works better.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:44 Seems it's good enough to let the test group try it?	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:44 Please call CQ	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:44 I just enabled "double click sets Tx enable". Let's try that.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:43 As expected: it's hard to double-click fast enough to call someone successfully on the first attempt.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:43 Guess that's why it takes two tries.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:43 I am starting a bit late when answering your CQ.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:42 Yes	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:41 Easy QSOs	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
03Apr 23:41 Hi Joe. Looks good	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
03Apr 23:38 Hi Steve	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
27Mar 00:24 Is your sense that FT4 is less CPU intensive than MSK144?	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
27Mar 00:19 Agree - all sigs factors of ten above decoding threshold	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
27Mar 00:19 yes - I calibrated using ft4sim. That's what's going on.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
27Mar 00:19 But sigs look strong on my waterfall.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
27Mar 00:18 Of course, ft4sim gives flat noise spectrum.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
27Mar 00:17 I did check once, with ft4sim, and SNRs seemed OK.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
27Mar 00:17 I think noise level estimate is too low because my filter rolls off at 2500 but I have wide graph showing up to 4 kHz.	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
27Mar 00:17 Could be.	(K1JT/700W Joe NJ FN20qi 71.245.121.133)
27Mar 00:16 reported SNRs I mean	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)
27Mar 00:15 I was just going to say that SNRs seem almost too high. 	(K9AN Steve IL EN50wc 69.246.243.80)

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