Hi Laurence The 139 rtty station is quite strong here and intermoding with
DCF39 when I flip sidebands. It is sitting between the idle and data shifts
of DCF39. I am pretty sure this is the Turkish Navy station (TBA ??) at
That kind of report suggests that you might get something at QRSS60 for a
well equipped station in Europe.
Conditions should be good tonight. I am afraid i am still trying to "un-gum"
my web site which doesnt want to serve recent uploads. If anyone wants the
report urgently please mail me direct and I will sort out the file and
attach it to a personal reply. Meanwhile the Dst is around -3nT and steady
so conditions should be as good as they can get.
Cheers de Alan G3NYK
alan.melia (at) btinternet.com
----- Original Message -----
From: Laurence KL1X <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: 09 October 2006 22:53
Subject: LF: 139 KHz
Getting good (better) sigs from dcf39 and another UNID MFSK type sig at
audible levels centered on 139KHz at audible noisy levels with keying
sidebands plus or minus 40Hz.
Its just 0549 local here and dawn in Shanghai...
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