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LF: Re: TA 21 JAN 06

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Subject: LF: Re: TA 21 JAN 06
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Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 14:37:15 -0000
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Subject: LF: TA 21 JAN 06

Good signal levels, low static but some rapid fading. CT1DRP and DJ8WX present as usual...will be happy to watch for others as well!
 
 
Mal...saw some QRM on CT1DRP's lower DFCW frequency but didn't figure out what it was until after you had QRT. Would be helpful if you could move to a clear frequency. See capture below - plenty of open area but remember higher QRSS speeds reduce frequency resolution.
Hi Jay
Tnx the shots and info. I will try 136.3175 khz, it looks clear at your end except you prefer another freq. My signal looks strong enough for qrs 10 or 20 if you open up the b/width. I usually work around midnight to around 0100 z for about an hour but could start earlier. Every time I transmit you are able to see my signal at qrs 10 to 20. I have been seen in the past at qrs 3 but the monitored b/width needs to be set for my speed.
I usually monitor at 10 or 20 at this end and can see the lower qrs speeds with elongated dots/dashes and narrower looking shift in the case of dfcw but it works well and I can see them all. In the past I have monitored TR signals in the qrs 3 mode and the dots/dashes are a mile long but perfectly readable.
73 and appreciate your reporting of sigs from over here.
de Mal/G3KEV
 
 
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