Thank you SCG and Me discussions..just came across the thread..
Issues you highlight are crucial for protection of technology. However, so are critical discussion especially about the testing phase of the technology. For example, how many users connected? for how long was the service on for? how was the signal strenght? did any drop out occur during a thunder storm...lets say more of the user type questions than the developers type. I guess that anon does no want to know about how demodulation of the data signals take place and the TX n RX systems rather, the FAQ for users...ting ting tasol
Anyway, HF signal from the D, E, or F zone from that matter is quite easy to compensate from interfrence...Lets put it this way, if flying fox can do it..so can we..if yupla no wanbel, then its sad to say but are we a lesser life form than the flying fox??...
Anyway, continuing, trangulating an acoustic interference in the case of JORN is exceptionally practical. I don't need to go into the details as the fundamental princliples was applied at unitech, Applied Physics dept, involved in the developement one of the prototype FM transmiters used in sercurity systems at unitech....so my brada...keep it up and my regards to wilz man. KJ from pangtel has been keeping me in the loop on the developements.
Catch yu guys later when I drop into PNG sometime soon
Former lecturer in EMI and Sheilding
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