There is my log here.
29 Sept 2002
18-37 GMT 137.69 M copy RU6LWZ
19-07 GMT 137.69 O copy RU6LWZ
19-17 GMT 137.69 O copy RU6LWZ
19-32 GMT 137.69 O copy RU6LWZ
19-35 GMT 137.69 O copy RU6LWZ
20-26 GMT 137.70 M copy RU6LWZ
21-05 GMT tuning from 137.708 to 137.700 kHz O copy
21-15 GMT 137.70 O copy QRZ DE RU6LWZ
21-27 GMT 137.70 O copy 6DT DE RU6LWZ K
21-51 GMT 137.70 O copy CQ RU6LWZ K
22-14 GMT 137.70 O copy CQ RU6LWZ K
27 Sept 2002
00-23 GMT 137.70 O copy RU6LWZ
00-31 GMT 137.70 O copy very nice! CQ RU6LWZ
00-51 GMT 137.70 M copy CQ RU6LWZ
All sigs was QRSS3. Used antenna was indoor loop about 40 cm diameter not
shelded but balanced well. Attempt to use large indoor loop 3.0 x 2.5 m
was unsucsessfully because it is worth to tune loop direction to minimal
noise very acurate. Used software was HAMVIEW in MS DOS system.
Unfortunely speed of my computer is very weak (486 80 MHz machine) so
I can't use HAMVIEW filters for audible reciption. Also because of
weak CPU speed signal is distorsied when it is recorded to a .wav file. So
weak sigs disapered in .wav file. But now I have few .wav records where
RU6LWZ callsign is well readable. Unfortunely I have only dialup i-net
connection so .wav files are too long to send (abt 3 mbytes each).
Soon I'll use .wav files for prepare screen short by computer of my friend
RW9MD where Argo works well.
73 de RA9MB/Alex