|Subject:||LF: Re: QRSS on 137.65kHz|
|From:||"john sexton" <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Mar 2002 05:51:25 -0500 (EST)|
Hi Geri, Hi Giulio, Hi Guys,
At Geri's suggestion, I will change my transmit frequency to 137.69kHz to get into the window of listening stations. I was simply trying to keep clear of other activity which I know takes place on 137.7.
So my schedule will be QRSS10 each weekday on 137.69 from 16.00 to 19.00 and later if possible.
Looking forward to some QSOs.
Will listen out for you Giulio IK2DED after 20.30 and call if I hear you.
73, John, G4CNN
--- On Tue 03/19, Holger 'Geri' Kinzel, DK8KW
> Hello John,
> >i hope more activity in QRSS from North European station.
> >I am active, like I5TGC, all the evening at 137.70 from 20.30 UTC to
> >Hope to listen you in your on air time John!
> >73 to all, IK2DED Giulio.
> > Hi Guys
> > I am restarting my QRSS transmissions on 137.65kHz from 16.00 UTC at
> >until 19.00 every weekday afternoon.
> > I am particularly looking for responses from outside the UK.
> > 73, John, G4CNN
> ... is there any reaon why to use 137.65 kHz? I know that several
> (like myself) are actively listening/watching for QRSS activity
> the evening or on Saturday/Sunday mornings. If those stations center the
> screen on 137.700 kHz, they might not be able to "see" 137.650
> kHz any more
> if a narrow filter is used (I, for example, use a 100 Hz wide mechanical
> filter, so maybe I might just be able to see your frequency, but already
> with some dB less than the main part of my narrow frequency band). So
> you want to move closer to the center?
> Looking forward to further QSOs with you, vy 73
> Geri, DK8KW (W1KW)
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