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LF: Re: FLASH: new west coast signal in 2200m band

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Subject: LF: Re: FLASH: new west coast signal in 2200m band
From: "Steve McDonald" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 09:47:29 -0700
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The signal D/F's about 355 / 175....just slightly west of due south from
Mayne Island. This puts it smack on the Bremerton /Bangor Washington
Naval/submarine base. I had thought it might be from Jim Creek, Washington
but that is another 40 degrees to the west. Maybe someone in Washington
knows if there are LF antennas at Bangor/Bremerton? It does tie in nicely
with the exercise this week which certainly would involve submarine
activity. There is nothing much to the north of here except for trees and
water.

Steve / VE7SL

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