Today on 14MHz 1 baud I was called by a series of stations, some quite low signal strength. Sometimes 2 stations called at once, ROS sync’d on the strongest signal the data stayed intact, due to the slight frequency difference I think, even when calls overlapped for a time. The weaker station waited and called after the first caller had completed, all in all the mode did well and the operators were good too.
There were tuners, whistlers and aaaaaloooas present on the frequency and also some Olivia signals which I have not heard for some time. ROS was not troubled by any of them.
It is time that people calmed down and just let time and the mode just take its course. I am sure some of the controversy has been caused by cunning tricks by the anti brigade.
Not since WSPR jumped on top of the 10MHz QRPp QRSS frequency slot has there been such high tension among the gentlemen who usually agree and live in peace.
Careful boys you may be being used. We don’t suddenly need to be regulated by anyone just because there is a new mode and a few folk wanting to try it.