I had trouble for I could not represent the -3dBm in the parameter of the Ultimate 3. The bottom line is 00 dB. But I thought it would not matter anyway, for nobody will hear such a tiny signal and I obeyed his "order". So I just turned down the signal another 3 dB and had an output of 0,5 mW = 500 microWatt (but still reported 1 mW).
I have 200 mW output out of the Ultimate 3 = 23 dBm and then comes the Attenuator:
It took some hours, but here is the report:
- Date: 2014-02-07 15:32
- Call: DL1SDZ
- Freq.: 10.140242
- SNR: -24
- Drift: -1
- Grid: JN48mm
- Power : 0.001 (was actually 0.0005 W)
- Reporter: ON7KO
- RGrid: JO21ce
- Distance: 456 km
- Bearing: 312
That's 2 * 1000 * 456 km = 912.000 km per Watt.
Thanks to +Hans Summers !
EDIT: And to PA1B (Bert) who did a calculation with my data. Thanks! Please have a look at the wonderful QRPp Blog of Bert.
And Bert made manually a second calculation on the basis of my 0.5 mW. You will findfind as always his post in his QRPp Blog. Thanks Bert, for your insight.
|Isabellas Himmelfahrt © Joachim Lehrer|
Now I am entitled to have a good rest and listen to my favorite music.