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Subject: RE: LF: UA0LE
From: "James Moritz" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 12:13:06 -0000
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Dear LF Group,

I'm glad to see that Ed was able to get good copy of RN6BN - this seems
to be an excellent start to the expedition. I transmitted a QRSS60
beacon signal from 1900z to some time after 2200z on 137.7055kHz - But I
can't see any convincing signal at that frequency on Ed's screen shots.
Visible at my QTH, there were at least 2 other stations transmitting
apart from DK1IS - RN6BN was "O" copy, as was the third, who I wasn't
able to identify due to only seeing the signal in the gaps of my
transmission. There seems to be a faint spectral line visible close to
my frequency, so I might choose a slightly different frequency next

DK1IS wrote:
do you know how to read the date/time stamps and the frequency scale?
I think the time on the screen shots must be local UA0 time, which on my
map seems to be about 9 hours ahead of utc. I guess it must have been
around dawn when Ed closed down. I have left my RX set to UA0LE's
nominated frequency - hopefully there will be something to see when I
get home from work.

Cheers, Jim Moritz
73 de M0BMU

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