[hfsig] What can you do with an OFDM signal in a 3.5 KHz band pass?
tattje at planet.nl
Sat Aug 20 15:14:22 CDT 2005
RE: [hfsig] What can you do with an OFDM signal in a 3.5 KHz bandpass?The
POTS will give you 56 kbit/sec in the same bandwidth.
Using OFDM some channels will not be available, fec is not enough, so one
has to spread the info over all the channels.
Reread the fs-1052, why do you think are so many different throughput speeds
10 kbits in 3 kHz? Forget it, may be sometimes, but not always.
HF is a naughty channel,
Van: hfsig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:hfsig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]Namens DuBose Walt Civ AETC CONS/LGCA
Verzonden: vrijdag 19 augustus 2005 22:25
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Onderwerp: RE: [hfsig] What can you do with an OFDM signal in a 3.5 KHz
When talking to EOC, disaster relief and military contingency personnel
about HF data modes, they no longer ask how many words per minute is it, now
they are asking how many pages per minute is your capability.
We can no longer think in WPM capability; but rather, pages per minute
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Subject: [hfsig] What can you do with an OFDM signal in a 3.5 KHz
What can you do (what RAW throughput) can you get in a 3.5 Khz bandwidth
using an OFDM mode?
Here's what I found using some figures based on the FS-1052, Appendix A
Your User Throughput will be determined on how much RAW througput you use
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