[Fwd: TAT - stations heard in slow cw]
Tue, 19 Jan 1999 12:19:30 -0500
Peter Bobek wrote:
> Hi all,
> 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)
> -------------Weitergeleitete Nachricht-----------------
> 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
> Dear all,
> 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)