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1. Re: LF: what is it? (score: 1)
Author: Oberreiter Oswald <>
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 22:42:12 +0100
sollte natuerlich YO2IS heißen. Oberreiter Oswald schrieb: hallo Uwe ! danke fuer den raport , das ist ein qso von oe5odl mit oy2is beginn 0070z . du siehst hier nur oe5odl . freilaufender vfo mit ei
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2009-11/msg00040.html (9,044 bytes)

2. Re: LF: what is it? (score: 1)
Author: Oberreiter Oswald <>
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 22:09:15 +0100
hallo Uwe ! danke fuer den raport , das ist ein qso von oe5odl mit oy2is beginn 0070z . du siehst hier nur oe5odl . freilaufender vfo mit einigen herz drift ,in qrss3 merkt man das kaum 73 de ossi oe
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2009-11/msg00187.html (8,658 bytes)

3. LF: what is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Uwe Jannsen" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 19:30:30
Hi all, pse see: http://dj8wx-dl.de/captu38 regards Uwe/dj8wx/jo43sv
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2009-11/msg00362.html (7,732 bytes)

4. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Martin" <>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 10:56:54 +0100
Save us from the rightious! Martin M0MGM
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00039.html (8,686 bytes)

5. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 20:15:28 EDT
<< There is a silent majority about that knows exactly what is going on and one of these days the bubble could burst, when the majority point out to the the RA what is really happening,,,, a lot of a
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00040.html (9,489 bytes)

6. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "gii3kev" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 18:09:13 +0100
Stewart Bryant wrote: gii3kev wrote: Walter Blanchard wrote: At 08:17 26/10/01 Friday, G3YMC wrote: ................................................................................ Ideally these tran
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00043.html (13,442 bytes)

7. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Stewart Bryant" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 10:29:41 +0100
Walter We know that there is roll-off at the top and bottom of the passband, and we do intend to charaterise this and build a pre-emphasis system, however we will shortly be changing the equipment, a
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00049.html (10,723 bytes)

8. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Stewart Bryant" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 10:20:16 +0100
gii3kev wrote: Walter Blanchard wrote: At 08:17 26/10/01 Friday, G3YMC wrote: ................................................................................ Ideally these transmissions should be in
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00050.html (11,583 bytes)

9. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "gii3kev" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 17:38:26 +0100
Problem is I'm using the MB7LF relay for seeing what happens and it doesn't relay sigs below 136 very well (pace Derek!). I did say it would turn out to be a plaything for some!!!!!!!!!! What does G3
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00053.html (10,731 bytes)

10. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Fabian Kurz" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 13:11:59 +0200
... no excuses, using the attached "Morse-Code-Chart" (hope the 13 kB jpeg makes it through the reflector ...), you can look up each individual letter, probably not at 25 wpm, but at the usual speeds
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00058.html (9,445 bytes)

11. RE: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Talbot Andrew" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 12:07:34 +0100
A search tree such as that suggested would generally be used for searching multiple complex inter-related data. For the small set of symbols covered here here, a direct addressed parallel memory base
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00060.html (10,734 bytes)

12. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Holger 'Geri' Kinzel, DK8KW" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 06:32:10 -0400
Walter, When my Morse receive abilities are good enough to follow 25 wpm! I haven't used Morse for 30 years. (stand by for a blast from you-know-who) Walter G3JKV< ... no excuses, using the attached
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00061.html (9,821 bytes)

13. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "g3ldo" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 11:33:15 +0100
........................................................................... ..... Ideally these transmissions should be in the 'test' area of the agreed band plan below 136.0. Tut tut Walter, you are
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00062.html (10,686 bytes)

14. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "john sexton" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 03:17:51 -0700 (PDT)
Hi Walter again, If you class it as data, you can use frequencies above 137.1 to keep in with the INFORMAL band plan. 73, John, G4CNN _______________________________________________________ http://in
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00063.html (9,303 bytes)

15. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "john sexton" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 03:11:41 -0700 (PDT)
Hi Walter, I thought it was some new type of data transmission, which I always find intriguing. My ERP calculated from reports and the formula Dick, PA0SE, gave some time ago is at most a few milliwa
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00064.html (9,759 bytes)

16. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Walter Blanchard" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 10:18:27 +0100
At 08:17 26/10/01 Friday, G3YMC wrote: ................................................................................ Ideally these transmissions should be in the 'test' area of the agreed band pla
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00065.html (10,085 bytes)

17. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Dave Sergeant" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 08:17:07 +0100
I also heard Walter's wobbly carriers around that time - no need for argo for this, they were s7 at least. Noting that Walter's 'qrp 500mW' signals have been heard 559 in Devon (and 599 here) it is w
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00066.html (9,935 bytes)

18. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "Walter Blanchard" <>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 21:08:30 +0100
At 17:30 25/10/01 Thursday, G4CNN wrote: Hi All, Image captured with Argo at 16.24 UTC using 3 second dots on a frequency just below 136.5 kHz. Any guesses? John, G4CNN Could have been me, John. I wa
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00067.html (9,584 bytes)

19. LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: "John Sexton" <>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 09:30:44 -0700 (PDT)
Hi All, Image captured with Argo at 16.24 UTC using 3 second dots on a frequency just below 136.5 kHz. Any guesses? John, G4CNN ___________________________________________________ GO.com Mail Get You
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2001-10/msg00070.html (8,928 bytes)

20. Re: LF: What is it? (score: 1)
Author: WE0H Mike <>
Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2005 21:35:50 -0500
That's one of those Oklahoma signals :-D Mike Hello LFer's, I copied an unusual, at least to me, signal tonite which resembled stair steps. They each had five "steps" between roughly 775.6 to 776.6 w
/rsgb_lf_group-archives/html/rsgb_lf_group/2005-07/msg00106.html (10,459 bytes)


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