Have a look at Marcus's grabber. It shows the same signal as your
screenshot. The signal shows red, which would indicate that it is coming
from the East.
73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Gary - G4WGT
Sent: 05 April 2006 20:49
To: LF (Rsgb LF Group)
Subject: LF: Trans Pacific Tests?
I have captured this signal shown in attachment today in daylight, the time
line is on the left is 1800z & the LORAN line is the 137787.6Hz line so the
signal seems to be around 137788.5Hz, also there was a weaker 3 element
block at about 1730z (not shown). I feel sure that signal in the capture is
nothing to do with the tests but it shows something very near the frequency.
The slight receiver drift is caused by the central heating. I have shown the
LORAN line also to indicate my receiver stability because the captured
signal looks quite erratic.
Can anyone enlighten me on what I may have captured?
Gary - G4WGT - IO83qp
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