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LF: Re: Hell transmission, antenna height

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Subject: LF: Re: Hell transmission, antenna height
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 18:10:33 EDT
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Dear Cesare, hi group,

great to hear this! Yes, I had tried to answer your CQ's in Hell. Judging from what you have read, you were apparently watching in LSB mode, whereas I was transmitting USB (higher freq on top): "I5TGC DF6NM K" :-) . Tnx for the report, I hope we have another chance soon.
This week, I have put an extra aluminium telescoping rod in the chimney
beneath the fiberglass pole, elevating its tip from 6m to about 12m above our
rooftop. Comparing the received voltage from DBF39 against a nonresonant
loop, I measured the effective height as 9.3m. With a total loss resistance
of 36 Ohms, I thus get 0.08% efficiency and about 100mW radiated power at
1.9A, some 5dB more than before. But its a little scary to see the makeshift
mast bend in the wind, so I may soon have to retract it.
73 de Markus, DF6NM
http://members.aol.com/DF6NM

        Hi all
Yesterday evening, between 19.00 and 19.30 UTC, while I was
sending
some unattended QRSS CQs, I've seen, around 137.72, an Hell signal, unfortunately corrupted by the noise. At first I've read something as I2ACE
DL?KW, later I've read something as I2LCC D???? K. Some characters were absolutely indecipherable, someone can give me some informations ? 73 Cesare

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