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Re: LF: Crossing the Pacific

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Subject: Re: LF: Crossing the Pacific
From: "Cliff Buttschardt" <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 21:45:04 +0000
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Bob.  I am sure that we could not get transmitting privileges on short
notice, but we can listen while the West coast transmitter is down.
Cliff K7RR

vernall wrote:
Cliff K7RR,

A US west coast site with a good mast would be ideal for listening out
for ZL amateur signals.  I'm sure we can activate ZL1WB and ZL6QH to see
if we can cross the Pacific from down under.

Could you get permission to transmit on LF, or even do some testing on
behalf of the Navy ;)

73, Bob ZL2CA

> Bill Lake, WB6RIJ and I have checked the Naval station near Sacramento, CA
> and found it to be off the air for the present moment.  We both thought
> there must be some opportunity for listening tests from the West coast not
> available normally.  What experimental signals are on the air from the
> East coast now?  We must move fast as Dixon can resume operation at any
> moment of course!  Cliff K7RR

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