[Fwd: LF: 15-17 January tests]
Sat, 09 Jan 1999 09:23:09 -0500
Peter Dodd wrote:
> > Andre' Kesteloot wrote:
> > Several of us are definitely planning on being in the LF receiving mode
> > in Nags Head starting Friday 15 January circa 2200 GMT, and we intend to
> > stay there through Monday 18; 2400 GMT (or maybe even later that that).
> > Andre' N4ICK
> > Hello André,
> > I could transmit in Slow CW (3 sec dot) sunday from 04:00 to 05:00 UT on any
> > frequency from 135.705 to 137.795 kHz.
> > 73 de Toni, HB9ASB in locator JN36pt
> With the USA LF group putting in a lot of effort into receiving
> transatlantic LF signals, we in EU should try to generate as much RF
> on the band to match their efforts and put out as many slow CW
> signals as possible.
> I suggest a 'bandplan' of transmissions with, say, HB9ASB on
> 137.790kHz and myself G3LDO on 137.750kHz. Marco and Dave, who have
> had the greatest success using this mode would be welcome participents.
> Who else is going to join? If so what frequencies and times can you manage?
> Other questions might need to be resolved, for example what dot
> period should we use.
> Regards, Peter, G3LDO