[SBE] 950 STL curious problem
JMassey at entercom.com
Mon Jul 20 14:20:50 EDT 2009
To Cowboys suggestion of reversing the path. A good way to explore possible problems with the antennas, but be cautious in that you can cause interference issues to co-channel users who may be behind the normally transmitting side of the path.
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From: sbe-bounces at sbe.org [mailto:sbe-bounces at sbe.org] On Behalf Of Cowboy
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2009 1:50 PM
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Subject: Re: [SBE] 950 STL curious problem
On Monday 20 July 2009 11:53 am, A9xw at cs.com wrote:
> Follow with me, this is wierd.
> Day 1, 14 mile STL path for radio, Moseley Starlink 9003Q with LanLink.
> Signal level - 77. Less than expected. Turns out trees in middle of
Pondering this whole scenario.....
Take the STL transmitter to the receive end. Put it on the RX antenna.
Watch the SWR.
If do-able, also put the RX at the transmit end, and watch signal that way too.
In other words, does the problem exist in both directions, and does
either end cause the TX to see an SWR issue ?
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