archiv~1: Re: SETI Spectrum Analyzer. (PC).

Re: SETI Spectrum Analyzer. (PC).

KEN CHATTENTON ( (no email) )
Fri, 6 Nov 1998 16:04:22 -0000

Hi once again,

The point I was trying to make was not if the signal copied was real or
otherwise.
What I want to know is do these S.A, boards exist and any information
regards these boards.....cheers once again Ken.
-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Boyd Fox <foxd@indiana.edu>
To: KEN CHATTENTON <setiuk@onyxnet.co.uk>
Cc: volcor@seti1.setileague.org <volcor@seti1.setileague.org> SETI League
ARGUS <argus@seti1.setileague.org> seti@sni.net <seti@sni.net>
Date: 06 November 1998 14:17
Subject: Re: SETI Spectrum Analyzer. (PC).

>
>My understanding was the 'Japanese Radio Amateur' data was actually copied
>and edited from the SETI Institute web page. Their latest update shows
>how it was edited.
>
>73,
>Daniel Fox
>KF9ET
>
>On Fri, 6 Nov 1998, KEN CHATTENTON wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> During the recent item regards a possible 'SETI' hit one of our Japanese
>> Radio Amateur friends wrote on the Net;
>> "I connected my Hydrogen Line Feed Horn to my microwave Spectrum Analyser
>> card in my PC", ect
>>
>> What I would like to know, does anyone have any details regards these
>> microwave 'Spectrum Analyser cards for the PC ?.
>>
>> After looking at the 'Gif' file attached to this message I must say that
I
>> was personally very impressed with the results assuming only a two meter
>> dish and direct feed horn connection.
>>
>> Best regards to all, Ken, SETI League CO-ordinator for the UK.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>