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Re: LF: former/future usage of german LF frequencies

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Subject: Re: LF: former/future usage of german LF frequencies
From: "Peter W. Schnoor" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 08 Sep 1999 18:30:19 +0200
Organization: University of Kiel, Clinic of Nephrology
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Hi Gang,

Thank you Gamal,

Soegiono, Gamal wrote:

(8) frequency           131,400 kHz
station site            Kiel
bandwidth / modulation  600H    F1B--
max power into antenna  + 30.0 dBW

(9) frequency           136,800 kHz
station site            Pinneberg
bandwidth / modulation  500H    A1B--
max power into antenna  + 31.8 dBW

Isn't frequency (9) right inside the frequency range
allocated to the radio amateur service (on a
secondary basis) ???
Yes! (8) is located approx. 15km N, (9) approx. 75km S from

What does this say to us in lieu of usability of the
LF band in future ???
Euphemistic spoken: A real challenge at my location!

On the other side it may throw a shadow on possible future
usage as well and give an impress on what we may expect
(more QRM) on the LF range in the future.
No comments from here, starting to pray...

73 from Kiel,
Peter, DF3LP

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