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This is an overview of my experiments with low power, low bandwidth radio transmissions commonly called QRSS transmissions. The term QRSS is a derivative of QRS [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q-code Q-code] meaning Send Slowly (or shall I Send Slowly, if followed by a ?). It is a transmission mode made possible by DSP techniques that can extract very weak signals from noisy channels.
 
This is an overview of my experiments with low power, low bandwidth radio transmissions commonly called QRSS transmissions. The term QRSS is a derivative of QRS [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q-code Q-code] meaning Send Slowly (or shall I Send Slowly, if followed by a ?). It is a transmission mode made possible by DSP techniques that can extract very weak signals from noisy channels.
  
30 meter (10.140 MHz) [[QRSS_Beacon|QRSS Transmitter]]<br/>
 
2 meter (144 MHz) low power QRSS transmitter [[QRSS_2m]]
 
 
[[Category:Projects]][[Category:Radio]]
 
[[Category:Projects]][[Category:Radio]]

Latest revision as of 22:29, 11 January 2011

This is an overview of my experiments with low power, low bandwidth radio transmissions commonly called QRSS transmissions. The term QRSS is a derivative of QRS Q-code meaning Send Slowly (or shall I Send Slowly, if followed by a ?). It is a transmission mode made possible by DSP techniques that can extract very weak signals from noisy channels.

Pages in category "QRSS"

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