Jim - N4ST
I see it from time to time with good propagation (and very strong signals),
but usually those side lobes are more than 20 dB down. This one is only 10
dB down and that’s bad, but it can be hard to tell if it’s generated on the
TX end or an overload on the receive end. The sidelobe is about 180 Hz off
from the main signal, the 3rd harmonic of 60 Hz.
Jim – N4ST
From: HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au [mailto:HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au]
Sent: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 14:23
Subject: [HamApps] Side lobes
Is anybody else seeing side lobes (multiple decodes) on signals lately?
All of a sudden I'm seeing them quite frequently on strong signals where I
For example just had this on 15M
1816 -1 0.5 271 # OE6ANG KK4TLG EM82
1816 -11 0.5 449 # OE6ANG KK4TLG EM82
Didn't pick up the lower side lobe as it would be off-scale.
I've seen up to 5 decodes on one message due to this (main plus 2 side lobes