[time-nuts] strange carrier
max at maxsmusicplace.com
Sat Nov 15 00:12:56 EST 2014
You might be able to notch it out with a Q multiplier.
Max. K 4 O DS.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Hawkins" <bill at iaxs.net>
To: "'Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement'"
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Sent: Friday, November 14, 2014 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] strange carrier
> OK, its a mystery, and will be until its properties are known.
> We have instrument capable of measuring those properties, but so far
> we've had the typical exchange of ignorance so often found on the 'net.
> Clever ignorance, but still not useful.
> Is Said Jackson the only other person seeing something? Has anyone tried
> looking for it and failed to find it?
> FWIW, many years ago I modified a BC-453 to tune 60 KHz (TRF) with a
> large loop antenna in the attic. The result was swamped by a 61 KHz
> signal from the neighbor's computer monitor. Needed a crystal filter to
> separate the signals. Wouldn't work on this one, though.
> Bill Hawkins
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