Rik Strobbe wrote:
Is it possible for you to have some announced test transmisions this week
(during evenings and/or mornings). If we know when (and on what frequency)
you will be transmitting I am sure that many stations will listen for you
and report back via the reflector.
I'm not much of a "morning"-person :) (I usually get up half an hour
*after* I should be at work :-)
I will be QRV tonight, monday 2000-04-03
Time: 1830 UTC to 2100 UTC.
Freq: 136.3 kHz
Mode: A1A (normal speed)
I will also try to be QRV the same time tomorrow.
Local sunset is 1815 UTC, and the signals from DCF49 and others usually
increase by 3-6 dB the following hour.
I would be nice to get an email notice if you're planning to give
it a try. I will also be "qrv" on email and telephone during the
test. Phone no. to LA1K is +47 73 89 96 63. My mobile phone is
+47 93 00 99 34
--Magne / LA1BFA / LA1K