Starting at 1500 UTC I got a clear reception of "CQ G4CNN" using Spectran
V1. It was the first time in my life that I used Spectran so the adjustments
may not have been optimum. I would have liked to attach the spectogram to
this message but I still have to find out how to save it.
73, Dick, PA0SE
----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Van: John Sexton <[email protected]>
Aan: <[email protected]>
Verzonden: maandag 22 oktober 2001 11:11
Onderwerp: LF: QRSS transmissions
I shall again be transmitting 10 second dot QRSS CQs from Monday to Friday
this week on 137.700 kHz, from 15.00 UTC till 18.00 UTC, primarily in the
hope of being heard/seen in France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, or , who
knows?, further east.
During one listening over on friday 011022 at 16.55 UTC there was what
looked like a reply on 137.701 at 16.55. Alan has subsequently informed me
that it was DF6NM calling CQ presumably not hearing me. Thanks Alan. It
produced a very strong trace on Argo set to 10 sec dot here, even blooming,
but quite unreadable with my settings.
I know that I am getting into Germany, because Fabian, DJ1YFK, has sent me
a Spectran shot of part of the call-sign.
Any reply will be welcome, although patience will be required because at
10 second dots, each over takes about 20 minutes.
73, John, G4CNN
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