TAT - stations heard in slow cw
Sat, 16 Jan 1999 19:58:28 -0500
just to let the group know about the frequencies of the stations heard in
during the tests.
Good luck to all at the South Carolina beach!
Peter / DJ8WL (ex DA0LF, first German LF-station, currently off-air)
Von: Peter Bobek,
An: RSGB_LF_GROUP, INTERNET:RSGB_LF_GROUP@BLACKSHEEP.ORG
Datum: 17.01.99 01:45
BE: TAT - stations heard in slow cw
I just turned off the receiver to send this short report before going to
Since Friday evening I was able to copy/see on screen the following
Friday, 21.20 UT IK1ODO 137.770 kHz
22.10 UT G3YXM 137.720 kHz very strong (audible!)
23.00 UT G3XTZ 137.760 kHz also very strong, big
Saturday, 08.00 UT IK1ODO 137.770 kHz
18.05 UT HB9ASB 137.790 kHz very good, first time copy,
19.55 UT G3YXM 137.720 kHz good signal but QRN
20.00 UT IK1ODO 137.770 kHz Q5 but QRN
23.10 UT G3XTZ 137.760 kHz very strong (like Friday)
23.15 UT G3YXM 137.720 kHz also very strong (like
23.50 UT G3LDO 137.688 kHz slow drift (few Hertz)
All signals copied in JN 49 JV (25 km south of Frankfurt) using SPECTROGRAM
in 0.3 Hz BW, averaging set to 10, 16 bit sampling. Stored about 25 MB of
One file shows "synchronous keying" by G3YXM and G3XTZ (looks funny on the
Deep QSB with signals of IK1ODO, while sigs from the UK did not show much
Hope to hear a few more on Sunday! Thanks for all the efforts, gentlemen!
made it across the pond?
Peter / DJ8WL (ex DA0LF)