RTTY at 14.199 MHz.

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by IU0HYQ, Jul 12, 2021.

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  1. IU0HYQ

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    It's a lot of time that a mysterious RTTY station at 14.199 is transmitting every day for hours and hours... somebody have an idea what the hell is it?
  2. W4KYR

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  3. M0IND

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    Used to be one like that in Europe at the top of 80m. Never did find out who it was
  4. W5TTP

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    Have you attempted to decode it with the many free software programs? You may have to inverse the mark/space, and/or try different parameters not used normally on the U.S. Amateur bands. I have had some success. But, even if not, it was always an interesting project. Better than watching television! Good luck.
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  5. KX4O

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    Once had a friend who had a damaged amplifier that worked just fine sending 170 Hz RTTY on 80m, but also sent clear RTTY at 340 Hz tone spacing on 40m... 2nd harmonic. He never knew a problem existed till we called him on the telephone.

    By chance, is the tone separation double the usual 170 Hz? If so, is there a RTTY signal near 7.1 MHz that correlates well with the one at 14.199 MHz?
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2021
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