Recorded at University of Twente (Netherlands) Web SDR: http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/ 2205z ROS: PA3FWM, one hour ago has place the first offcial QSO with ROS, and it was received at this SDR. Thank you 2205z PA3FWM: Ah, I had seen your repeated advertisements for your experiment, so it's nice to know that it worked out! 2206z ROS: It was a historical moment. It was on 7065 LSB The First QSO 18 February 2010, at 20:56 UTC took place the First Official QSO with ROS from Vitoria (Spain) to University of Twente (Netherlands) covering a distance of 1265 Km. on 7.065 Mhz. The first Ham Radio Operator to get it was EA2LE. The First Automatic Reply ROS notification: EATEST has received your Radio Message ********** Please don’t reply to this email ******************** EATEST has received your Radio Message sent at: 21:03 UTC Received Message: ‘CQ CQ CQ de EA2LE EA2LE EA2LE pse k My email is: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>’ Operator Info: Callsign: EATEST Name: Jose Alberto Nieto Ros E-mail: email@example.com QTH: La Aljorra-Cartagena SPAIN Locator: IM97lq Station: web SDR ROS Version: 1.6.1 beta Signal Info: Symbol Rate: 16 bauds Frame Acquisition: 20/20 Final Acquisition: 15/16 Frequency Shift: -39,1 Hz Symbol Errors detected by Viterbi: 2/50 Metric: 0 dB Vumeter Level: -8 dB CPU Usage: 20 % Download the ROS beta Software and give it a try, sounds cool. http://rosmodem.wordpress.com/ Requires WinRaR or similar Rar unzipper.