[time-nuts] Thunderbolt & Lady Heather 48 hour precision survey

J. L. Trantham jltran at att.net
Sat Nov 27 12:28:23 EST 2010


Warren,

Just curious.  Does the 'black' background of your image resemble the
horizon at your location?  Trees, buildings, towers, etc.?

Joe

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Right, For best performance, in fix mode operation, for a Tbolt, you don't 
want to run at zero (or 5) degrees.
This is just one test in a series of necessary test, if one wants to improve

their Tbolt to better than the Default settings.
The zero degree mask is a temporary setting so that the Tbolt can do a full 
antenna signal strength vs. position survey using Tbolts's "SAS" command.
The purpose of which is to find the BEST elevation setting, which turns out 
to be more like 15 to 35 deg for the typical Tbolt setups I've seen.
Attached is a limited survey where the finial cutoff was set at 20 degrees.
The cut off was set there because the full survey showed that in this case 
"BAD" things where starting to happen around 20 degrees

ws






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