Jack is there with a good signal now the noise is down here, a good
"0" on QRSS, copiable on 'gram with timescale 750msecs and averaging 5, in
When I received VE1ZZ I was using Spectran in a low resolution mode
(470 - 540Hz). The reason for that was I was not sure how close the
transmission would be to the stated frequency. As luck would have it
the signal was clearly readable at that resolution and I was loath to
change it until I had the full callsign and had it recorded.
It might be the first time (21/21/00 at 0030UTC) a clearly
idendifyable call has been received this side of the Atlantic from
North America on 136kHz but I guess you can put me right.
I do not have a web page but it could be put on Dave's or Rik's web
page if it is regarded as sufficiently important.
Last night I missed the main opening at 2300 because (and you may
have difficulty envisaging this!) it is our 'Come Dancing' night. I
switched on at 0015 and saw only Loran lines. Later a very strong
signal came on frequency and played some musical notes. Later a QRSS
signal appeared but only R 'T'.
Regards, Peter, G3LDO