Perhaps Reiner should try to obtain a Teletron LWF45 as you did. I expect
this should solve his receiving problems.
The 15 m band certainly is not very suitable for crossband QSO's within a
couple of hundred kilometers.
73, Dick, PA0SE
Van: 'Geri' Kinzel, DK8KW <[email protected]>
Aan: INTERNET:[email protected] <[email protected]>
Datum: zaterdag 13 november 1999 18:46
Onderwerp: LF: DL3FDO nw QSX
I had exchanged some packet radio messages with Reiner, DL3FDO near
Frankfurt. Most of you will know his strong signal keepinng calling cq on
136.550 kHz. Due to the difficult receiving situation in the vicinity of
the strong commercial longwave stations he is still suffering from bad QRM.
Most of us have therefore stopped calling him. I told him that his
outstanding signal is heard throughout Europe, so he decided now to call cq
listening on some other ham bands (today he gave QSX 21225 kHz). So those
of you who heard him can at least have a crossband QSO with him.
Additionally, Reiner is currently experimenting with various filters and
receivers so that hopefully he will be able to improve his receiving
Geri, DK8KW (W1KW)
B.T.W.: I liked Rik's idea of FSK-Slow CW and started to think on how to
key my DDS VFO. It seems relatively easy to use a shift of 10 Hz with the
VFO I use.