Frank Gentges gentges@itd.nrl.navy.mil
Thu, 15 Apr 1999 20:44:55 +0000 (GMT)


Based on the signal I saw last Saturday I would not get someone in the 
outer banks listening until we get a little further along (read stronger 
signal).  I am trying to get an antenna tuner ready for testing.  Don't 
hold your breath, still a lot of unknowns here.  Keep your LF receiving 
setup ready to go.  If this week goes well we might do some short tests 
but I don't expect a 24/7 beacon yet.  May be another week or so.

On this issue.... Does anyone want to take on a monitor project to 
interface an existing A/D with an SWR bridge and transmitter monitor so 
we can run the AMRAD transmitter as a 24/7 beacon?  Lots of pieces in 
place but need some hands on work and a simple PC program in your 
favorite language like Q-basic.

Frank K0BRA

On Thu, 15 Apr 1999, Bob RIESE wrote:

> Wondering if there will be any testing this weekend on 137, I have re
> configured the station for summer and it isn't as easy to do a casual
> listen. I will be there if there is any activity ,also have stirred up
> interest in the outer banks NC area and if worthwhile can have them
> listen also...
> Inquiring minds want to know
> Bob K3DJC
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