Thanks - I have heard the big carrier at 138 odd
but didnt know the station name.
Alaska ? well if he is putting a crocodile clip onto the
above ground insulated overland pipe-line for a beverage
antenna then no wonder ;-). I wish Brighton had one.
At 09:27 22/07/2003 +0100, you
>Now if only a newby to below 1.8 megs.on the list, like
me, knew where
>you were and who you were, what flo flo stood
for ,what his call was and
>on what continent Kodiak Is
Laurence is KL1X in Alaska - currently I think he has the
for reception of UK 136kHz stations.
DCF39 is a
tele-switching station in Germany which transmits a carrier on
138.83kHz, interspersed with FSK data bursts. It has about 40kW ERP, so
a convenient beacon for DX stations, although not so much if you are
station! There is extensive info on DK8KW's web pages at
73 de M0BMU