LF: Special Event]
Sat, 30 Oct 1999 08:06:23 -0400
J.M. Valstar wrote:
> Following msg I read in the Marinade periodical of the Marine Radio
> Amateur Club (MARAC).
> I think it's interesting enough for LF lovers.
> Jaap Valstar/pa3guc
> 100 YEARS OF MARITIME RADIO IN GERMANY
> Special Event of the German Weather Services.
> 22:30 utc 12 november 1999, 10 december 1999, 14 january 2000, 11
> february 2000.
> 147.3 kHz, mode CW, 100/120, Power 15-5-1-15 kW
> DWD-LW-Transmitter Pinneberg near Hamburg
> The Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) transmits - in cooperation with
> MF-Runde (Marine Funker) - a special broadcast to the public with its
> longwave transmitter DDH47 on frequency 147.3 kHz in morsecode. Short
> messages in different languages are transmitted to remember the
> inventors of wireless radio. Additional we want to find out, what are
> the longwave propagation conditions during nighttime and with different
> levels of emitted power. For receiption reports (RST) with name of the
> pioneer mentioned in the transmission, adress tag and postage fee
> (Europe 2 IRC, overseas 3 IRC) to the adress mentioned below, we send a
> "Special Events Certificate".
> Everyone is invited to listen to the transmission and send a report.
> There is no further charge for the certificate.
> Deadline is 31st March 2000.
> Deutscher Wetterdienst,
> Bernhard Nocht Str. 76,
> D 20359 Hamburg