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LF: Re²: TX, LF beacon

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Subject: LF: Re²: TX, LF beacon
From: "F6CWN" <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2004 23:32:13 -0000
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27./06/2004   2310z

Hello Eric!

Great news, i'll try to receive your signal from my QTH in West coast of
France
( 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
antenna ).
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
receiver,
essential for a good running of the QRSS mode ( QRSS120).A stability
control
with GPS ( PPS) is under consideration ( breathing in W5OJM desing! ).
The transmit equipement is also under construction ( watter cooling) with
BSM191
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!

73
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?


Hi,

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
> West.

I am making every effort to have my 2200m beacon copied in Europe this
coming winter.

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.

73
Eric
http://www.nutstreet.net/xfx/




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