Low frequency experiments

Andre' Kesteloot akestelo@bellatlantic.net
Mon, 15 Mar 1999 22:08:00 -0500

Hello Bob,
Please address your remarks to Tacos, to whom I am replaying your message
Thanks for your cooperation. Once we have schedules and are ready to get on
the air, shall advise via this channel

Bob RIESE wrote:

> Hi Andre
> Looking forward to giving reports when you have something on the air. I
> have been monitoring 188.5 looking for QYW from the Pittsburgh area and
> at times I may be seeing him although too week to copy be ear. I am using
> Spectrogram and a Kenwood TS149 with an LF eng pre amp with a G5RV. I am
> in a fairly noisy location but can hear LF broadcasting from Europe under
> good conditions. also the weather beacons on 236 .
> I have a nice 4 FT open loop and hope to get it remote mounted for  next
> season. I find it doesn't do very well inside the house but works nice in
> the yard. Too cold to fool around  outside and am finding atmospheric
> noise is on the increase. should be the other way around,  good
> conditions and nice evenings  Hi.
> picked an RSGB LF handbook up at the York hamfest and am still digesting
> it, not a lot of projects but good how I did it info.
> 73 Bob K3DJC
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