(May 3rd, 2015)
The video demonstrates how well the "DPOL" feature described in section 20 works. This capability has been specifically designed to enable EME QSO when mild or even severe non-reciprocity is present.
How does this feature work? Very simple... The protocol consists in simply finding the RX polarity which yields the best trace/signal and entering the callsign of the station of interest in WSJT. The spatial polarization offset information is then extracted directly from WSJT and the optimum TX polarity is calculated and automatically set in the polarity control application upon activation of the "DPOL" feature. Between each sequence, the optimum RX and TX polarities are then fully active enabling QSO despite severe Non-Reciprocity effects.
Watch the video...
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