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LF: Re: Re: Wolf Tests

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Subject: LF: Re: Re: Wolf Tests
From: "Larry Kayser" <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2001 19:45:47 -0400
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Tests: I have made recordings on the last two nights and can make WOLF
onto something but little intelligence so far. Last night I used 11025Hz
sampling which seems to make a bigger file but still nothing readable yet.
will keep trying.
Great.  We here in Canada are still trying to get some action going on an LF
allocation on a permanent basis.  Progress is slow.  We no longer pay an
annual license fee over here so we have no way now to put pressure on our
Gov't for action on different things.  (maybe we know why the fees were
dropped hi) This change has changed the whole relationship and we are
struggling to figure out how to get things back on an even keel, for the
time being I will stay well clear of any conceptually possible interference
with CFH.

Moving to the bottom of the band is also a problem for us it seems, I am
told that SXV is being monitored over here and further that there is another
Canadian station just below the bottom of the LF band and it is important we
stay away from it as well.  I just hope at the end of the day we can find a
few holes to work through hi.

I will be moving several boat loads of rocks tomorrow at the back of my
Island QTH so I can put up the new RX loop I have been assembling here.  I
am trying to get a six inch pipe into place on a rocky outcrop so I can
mount the loop free and clear of trees etc.  Time to get wet it seems hi.

Let me know what you hear and or see hi


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