Guten Tag, Uwe,
tnx fer response, Uwe. Good to know for me. Pse can you tell me, what
beacon "FW" is? I heard it with low signal one evening, but don`t have it in
my list. This is the reason why I took the 440.044 for QRSs, it`s within the
440.000KHz+-100Hz and I hope to avoid interference with it. Pse look to this
QRG and tell me whether it`s free or not.
Von: jannsen <[email protected]>
An: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Datum: Donnerstag, 16. Dezember 2004 23:07
Betreff: Re: LF: MW
Walter Staubach schrieb:
Good News for 2005
last week I got a permission to operate a MW-transmitter from the
German RegTP (Regulierungsbehörde für Telekommunikation und Post). It
be used for studies of progagation and testing modern receiving modes.
Frequency 440KHz, bandwidth 200Hz, max. 9W ERP
Call DI2AG (the DI-prefixes are for test and research only, therefore this
no hamradio application).
Modes A1A, A1B, F1B, G1B. Location JN59NO.
The permission is valid in 2005.
The TX will be operated as a beacon, QRSS3 prefered, with a text like
JN59NO 1W". This will be repeated in normal CW.
I would be glad to receive your reports like date / time from - to /
in uV/m or dB below noise or similar / remarks / by e-mail. Screenshots
The QRSS-frequency will be 440.044Khz, I hope there will not be other
Please send your mails to [email protected] or [email protected]
I`ll try to get [email protected] , too.
Please prepare your equipment for 440KHz. At 1.1.05 00.01MEZ the big
will be turned from red to green.
I´ll keep you informed.
73 Walter DJ2LF
guess you know it: on 440,000kHz is the NDB (?) "FW" with its sideband
vy strong here in JO43SV.