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Subject: Re: LF: XFX
From: "Laurence KL1X" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 10:56:42 -0900
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Welcome Eric -

All -

We have temps down to -20C at the moment and the ground continues to cool and freeze - we end up with the ground being frozen to around 1 metre at the end of the winter here in Anchorage.
The "C" is reducing every day and the R tot is going down too with the
frozen weather, even with the smaller earth system, which is now under the
So its a "dielectric" property change of wet soggy ground into a frozen
sheet that improves the aerial current, save anything thats happening to the
trees? Ive seen some notes on why this happens but has anyone got the full
This mornings (pre web update) Aerial currrent is around 4A for around 380W
DC input. It was 2.1A at the beginning of the week @ 40F
As a short time test Im streaming "live" audio on the web from the TS870 -
both Tx (appx 773.56Hz tone on tx) and Rx noisey background of clattering

The idea here was to allow nearly real time sync between the start of a character and remote monitoring (give or take a couple hundred Msecs) - the stream is at a slow 8K sec. From your Media Player type in - make sure you have port 8080 open. Im still playing with this temp facility.
Laurence KL1X/WD2XDW

From: Eric KD5UWL <[email protected]>
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To: LF-Group <[email protected]>
Subject: LF: XFX
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 10:48:34 -0600 (CST)

Hi all,

I'm new to the reflector -- Laurence KL1X told me about it.  I've a new
2200m beacon on the air:


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