[Fwd: LF: RE: QRN Free Site]

Andre' Kesteloot akestelo@bellatlantic.net
Tue, 09 Mar 1999 19:43:11 -0500

> Rob Gill wrote:
> Andre'
> Sounds like a great idea -particularly over the internet!
> Mike Staines WA1PTC has the audio from his IC735 available via his web site (at http://mike.nh.ultranet.com/htm/monitor.html).
> His receiver is also remotely tuneable -which may be worth looking at if the broadband idea proves incapable of handling the necessary dynamic range without intermod problems.
> I've not heard of anyone this side of the Atlantic transmitting whilst listening to Mike's RX via the Internet -but I'm sure someone will have tried it.
> There are generally quite a few seconds of audio buffered to allow for Internet propagation delays -but that wouldn't be much of an issue with very slow CW!
> Best of luck with the project.
> Rob
>      -----Original Message-----
>      From: owner-rsgb_lf_group@blacksheep.org [mailto:owner-rsgb_lf_group@blacksheep.org]On Behalf Of Andre' Kesteloot
>      Sent: 09 March 1999 15:00
>      To: rsgb_lf_group@blacksheep.org
>      Subject: LF: QRN Free Site
>      Hello LF Gang,
>      There is nothing that says that my receiver has  _got_  to be located next to my transmitter, is there?
>      Over here, we are considering finding a qrn-free site, equipping it properly with a good receiver, taking the whole 2 kHz band and redistributing to all the members, either on a FM repeater, or on the internet.
>      This won't happen probably until the fall, as we are first trying to put a transmitter on the air!
>      73
>      Andre'