|Subject:||Re: LF: 135.922, QSO's|
|Date:||Sun, 9 Feb 2003 04:58:38 EST|
Hi John and group,|
yes, RU6LA was active around 135922.3 until abt 06:00UT. The overnight directional spectrogram (135770-136084Hz at 2.71Hz/pix, 00:05-08:04UT at 30s/pix) also shows SXV's modulation sidebands (bottom, orange) and the TX-IMP of DCF42's pilot and DCF49's FSK-burst space frequency (136.04kHz, blue). Fadeout of RU6LA occured around 05:00, half an hour earlier than SXV, and sunrise was about 07:00 here.
Despite moderate propagation, I enjoyed nice QSO's yesterday with Cesare I5TGC, Ed RU6LA, and for the first time with Teo, YU7AR and Boris, S57A. Many thanks to all of you!
73 and all the best
> I'll be watching the 135.922 region again tonight. Can anyone confirm that
> RU6LA is on 922.5?
> John Andrews, W1TAG
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