[Fwd: LF: growing interest - Group wisdom]
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 14:02:26 -0400
M. Bruno wrote:
> At 08.03 14/09/99 +0100, Steve GW4ALG wrote:
> >On several occasions I have found myself having to re-learn and extend
> >my knowledge of basic radio theory. The contributors to this LF
> >reflector have helped significantly in improving my understanding why
> >some things work, and why others don't.
> This is the best contribution of this reflector. Many people (me, by sure)
> started in LF with a certain idea about how the RF things work, and
> concluded with a totally different one! Let rememeber, by instance, the
> discussion about the Luxembourg effect one year ago (thanks again, N4ICK
> and all others).
> The group wisdom is invaluable in this aspect.
> Now that the winter season is approaching and the possible DX times come,
> may I ask the group (and expecially our USA and VE friends) for a positive
> identification of the 'mystery' signal on 137 kHz at night?
> I am still not sure that it comes from Canadian Navy, Halifax. Is any OM
> close enough to H'fax to confirm or deny this? or to take a bearing?
> I will start to monitor the signal using ON4UN's software by next nights.
> The approximative bearing from Torino (N-W Italy) is 290-300 degrees.
> 73 - Marco IK1ODO
> Rivalta, ITALY JN35SA (N 45 01' 25.6", E 7 31' 09.4")