Spectrographs of W1AW FMT Fall 2008 FMT
Absolute RF frequencies to the left of zero are higher and frequencies to the right are lower. Just use a mirror and everything will look normal hi hi.....
W1AW does appear to have started at their appointed time. WA6ZTY started his 80 meter run about a minute before W1AW stopped transmitting.
Fall 2008 W1AW 80 Meter FMT run
Hear a brief audio snippet of W1AW 80 meters
Fall 2008 W1AW 40 Meter FMT run
Fall 2008 W1AW 40 Meter cw carrier detail
Fall 2008 WA6ZTY 80 Meter FMT run
Note: What appears to be a forth tone is actually WA6ZTY sending dots at the end of the run before returning to the carrier frequency.
Hear a brief audio snippet of WA6ZTY 80 Meters
Fall 2008 WA6ZTY 40 Meter FMT run
Propagation was poor to WA6ZTY at the time, signals were too weak to be heard by ear.
WA6ZTY 80M Carrier detail
Note that the carrier shows to be .0067 Hz high on this click of the mouse Cursor at 20:58:32 central time.
Less than +/- 75 millihertz of Doppler was noted during this 4 minute period. Remember a negative off-set from zero represents a positive increase in real RF frequency on these spectrographs.
Another WA6ZTY 80M Carrier detail spectorgraph
Yet another WA6ZTY 80M Carrier detail spectrograph
WA6ZTY 80 Meter Low tone detail
The published low tone is 980.57 Hz. I'm showing very little Doppler on this click of the cursor 10 seconds past the top of the hour
WA6ZTY 80 Meter High tone detail
The published high tone frequency is 1500 Hz. I'm showing about .046Hz of Doppler on this click of the cursor at 4 seconds before the top of the hour (9pm cst)
Note: What appears to be a forth tone is actually WA6ZTY sending dots at the end of the run before he returned to the carrier frequency.
copyright 2008 by Connie Marshall