locked Re: Repeatedly Sending "Wanted Call" on 28.074 #txaudio #QSO_practices #AudioIssues


K7RA Tad Cook
 

So much great info in this thread. For several years I've heard the
"wanted call" voices on FT8 and did not know what the source was or even
what the words were. Nice to know what it is.

Also, the remote DF via KiwiSDR sounds very interesting.



On Sat, Nov 26, 2022 at 5:31 PM Mike Chace-Ortiz <mchaceortiz@...>
wrote:

The TDoA direction finding service <
https://www.rtl-sdr.com/kiwisdr-tdoa-direction-finding-now-freely-available-for-public-use/>
on the kiwiSDR network should be able to show you where the signal
originates.

PM me and I’ll be happy to send you my guide to using this amazing service.

73
—mco
AB1TZ


On Nov 26, 2022, at 3:14 PM, Edgar Reihl <ereihl@...> wrote:

Someone has been repeatedly sending "Wanted Call" on voice (SSB) on
28.074 for the past couple of days. This message is generated by JTAlert
and it is supposed to be sent to the computer's speakers, not to the
transmitter. The operator has not configured their computer properly.
Besides being extremely annoying, it is against the rules to transmit voice
on this frequency.

My question for you folks is this; how can we track down this person and
get in touch with them to let them know that they have misconfigured their
system and must stop doing this? I cannot figure out how to interpret the
waterfall to identify the responsible party. Thank you.
--
73, Edgar - K9RE









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