Since we're now using the skirts of the transponder filter, sensitivity varies and with that the operational instructions on uplink power become more confusing.
I'm using the Goonhilly WebSDR, assuming that it's calibration has been looked at.
In the old days, there already was a difference between the PSK beacon (-69 dB) and the CW beacon (-72 dB)
In the new situation, the PSK beacon is still -69dB, but the lower CW beacon is now at -76 dB, the upper CW beacon has a similar level (but I'm not sure, since the space carrier doesn't seem to switch off)
In any case, this now gives 7dB of ambiguity as to the max uplink level ("not stronger than the beacon"). Comments?