QRSS is an operating mode for weak signal reception in amateur radio.
Morse code characters are sent at an absurdly low speed (3 sec or 10 sec
dot lengths are typical). It is decoded by feeding the received audio
into your PC's soundcard and displaying it graphically in a slow
moving waterfall display. Signals not audible can clearly stand out in
a graphical display. More technical explanations can be found on the QRSS_knights web site or on
the home page of Rik
Strobbe, ON7YD .
Reception equipment and software <not yet finished>
Collection of signals received
Collection of other peoples
reception of OE5EEP's signals
last modification: November 29, 2004