Great news, i'll try to receive your signal from my QTH in West coast of
( JN09TT ). In winter i thing that the propagation will be better...
My equipement at this time is a loop 2.15m (85") 5/8" heliax cable.
I'm working on a new preamplifier ( symmetrical to keep high Q of the
The kite antenna do not works ( 110m/ 360' AGL) on RX.
The problem is the high noise level of QRM by LORAN, DCF39 and so on...
The second trouble is coming from the stability of the oscillator of the
essential for a good running of the QRSS mode ( QRSS120).A stability
with GPS ( PPS) is under consideration ( breathing in W5OJM desing! ).
The transmit equipement is also under construction ( watter cooling) with
from Siemens, i have some problems with input capacitor ( CIss)...
LF is not so easy! :0)
We hope to receive your signal very soon Eric with the new 700 W equipment,
it's will be a great pleasure!
Jeff F6CWN ( also F6IFR during contest party)
---- Original Message -----
From: "Eric KD5UWL" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2004 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: LF: Re: Re: CA Broadcast TX, LF beacon?
On Sun, 27 Jun 2004, F6CWN wrote:
> 1Watt is a too low power to hope for receive something in Europe.
> It is difficult for us to find a solid transmitter usable as beacon from
I am making every effort to have my 2200m beacon copied in Europe this
As my QTH is just about dead center in the United States this is going to
be a huge challenge...for me, *and* for the intrepid individual that
actually manages to copy it!
Currently only operating at 110 watts I'm working on the G4JNT 700-watt
switcher that I'm planning to have on the air by 31/10.
I know that due to my land-locked location this may well be an exercise in
futility, but I'm going to give it my dead-level best shot.