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Re: LF: QRPP TX

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Subject: Re: LF: QRPP TX
From: "John Sexton" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 01:55:48 -0700 (PDT)
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Hi Walter, Ko, Steve, Dave,
The mystery deepens. Some initial confusion about whether it was Walter's test 
signal, but now we know it was not, I shall monitor 137.0 +/- over the next few 
days and try to catch a picture. Signal strength and direction (I have two 
loops) should give us an idea of the source.
Ko's picture did not quite look like what I saw, which showed a frequency 
rising rapidly on keying to an unsteady level. The gaps were irregular and too 
short.
73, John, G4CNN


-----Original Message-----
From: "Walter Blanchard"<[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Date: Thu Oct 11 14:06:07 PDT 2001
Subject: LF: QRPP TX

At 21:24 11/10/01 Thursday, you wrote:>>Hi Walter.
Guess my earlier posting is solved by now, i hope.
 ur still -52.8dB on Spectran :-)
73 Ko, NL9222
Sorry, no. Have never been on 137.7 or sent anything like ur Spectran shot.
Haven't been on air since 1730 UTC.
Wasn't me John CNN heard either. TF 2008 only has very slow drift maybe 1
Hz/2 hrs. And time doesn't match.
Am monitoring signal via MB7LF and (mainly) Spectran so see immediately if
anyone comes up. I even listen occasionally.
Have had to shift freq several times to avoid other stns obviously (and
understandably!) not hearing me.
This relay is excellent for setting up
Spectran/Speclab/Hamscope/Spectrogram/Easygram constants.
And nice to fiddle with Tx and confirm results straight away.
To get relayed frequency from MB7LF spot on set 2m receiver to 144.986.115 USB.
Walter G3JKV.




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