I am currently feeding a -110 dBm test signal into 50 dB of enumerators screwed into the back of my Kuhne 23 cm Transverter, through the Flex at 28 MHz, with 40 dB of gain selected, and then into a JT4 decoder in WSJT-X . So I'm seeing a nice signal in the WSJT-X waterfall with a 1296 MHz input of -160 dBm. The local EME folks that I've been leaning on for support are telling me that I am crazy. I'm a lone Flex owner being buffeted by analog transceiver guys that are used to working EME CW and SSB. I Think their argument is that DSP radios have huge bandwidths and that is going to kill me when I finally put a LNA, a feed, and a dish in place or that signal generator and point it at the hot sky. I need some technical support to push back with!
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