Soon after I posted I found the signal had drifted 100Hz lf and
become weaker. I can no longer hear it now though there was something
there yesterday. So it may in fact be local to me.
73 Dave G3YMC
On 2 Apr 2007 at 19:37, Gary - G4WGT wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> Since your reply I have tried various types of antenna to receive the
> UNID signal, as the antennas (or lengths of wire) get progressively
> poorer for 500 kHz the signal gets weaker until it is no longer
> visible so I doubt that it is local to me. If you saw Daves's (G3YMC)
> reply he wrote :-
> "Copying it 57 here in Bracknell Gary IO91PJ. Seems to have some sort
> of warble on it but no obvious data."
> I will continue to monitor.
> Gary - G4WGT - IO83qp
> ----- Original Message -----
> Hi Gary, I have just put Spectran on averageing (0.67Hz resolution)
> and I
> see nothing on that frequency here, though I can just see is set of
> very weak 50Hz line sidebands.