ROS takes the Blue Riband Fastest live data to cross the Atlantic G > VE

 
MF History in the making , (again) at 21:34 gmt 13/2/11 Joe VO1NA decoded a full beacon decode from G0NBD , on frequency 502 KHz.

Not only was this the first ‘LIVE RTTY’ decoded over the Atlantic but at  2134 hours, was a quite unexpected event so early in the night , s/n ranged from -23 to -27 dB giving 100% decode from a ERP of 1 watt .

ROS MF demonstrating good ability to resolve signals with deep and rapid qsb , over 3500 kms path.

Note: In the last version, ROS MF Frequency is 500 Khz USB (carrier 501.5 Khz)

One Response to “ROS takes the Blue Riband Fastest live data to cross the Atlantic G > VE”

  1. freddythefrog Says:

    Well done indeed to Graham G0NBD— another 1st.
    Graham was part of the 4 man team who in 2009 on Marconi day
    transmitted a morse code message across the Atlantic from the UK
    to Newfoundland also on 502khz 1watt ERP in a crossband CW qso with joe VO1NA.
    A great achievement!!!

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