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Re: LF: T/A last night : XNS,NA,VE3OT?

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Subject: Re: LF: T/A last night : XNS,NA,VE3OT?
From: "Alan Melia" <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 23:35:22 -0000
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Hi Hartmut thanks for that information. I did wonder whether it was the
Russian transmit frequency which IS a good idea, but it would be better if
they would listen, if the frequency is clear at their end, in the 136.2
area. If that could be organised it would work well, but not I suppose if
the Russians want to try for N.America.( There would of course no be much
point in them using 137.777 then as the qrm on the other side would prevent
any copy.)

It is a difficult one but the band is big and we can fit many stations into
a small bandwidth. I cant imagine why they chose such an odd frequency which
just happens to be Joe's crystal. We may be at fault by using that number to
define the centre window for the grabbers in western Europe.  The FCC Part 5
136 stations clustered around Joe, because he was rock bound, when they
started up. I am sure if HRE would move down about 0.2 to 0.5Hz it would
clear his transmission. I dont think that would clash with Mitch. The other
station who was in that area was Laurence who is not active at present. It
would not be a problem here but is HRE is strong it might affect your copy
Hartmut.

Seriously it is great to have so much activity we start worrying about qrm
!! :-))

Best wishes de Alan G3NYK

----- Original Message -----
From: Hartmut Wolff <[email protected]>
To: Alan Melia <[email protected]>
Sent: 24 February 2007 21:37
Subject: Re: LF: T/A last night : XNS,NA,VE3OT?


> Hi Alan,
>
> > he obviously doesnt read this reflector, can someone advise him
> > that that is not the right frequency to be heard by US stations. I hate
to
> > think of him wasting all that effort during good condx but to be on top
of
> > Joe as well is not good.
>
> I read on his website that he has a sked with Oleg, RX9BS. It seems
> all active russian stations moved into the T/A window for transmitting
> and listen there, too. I saw DL2HRE, PA3CPM and IK5ZPV trying to
> contact RA3YO, UA4WPF and RX9BS in the past week. All in the frequency
> range 137.775-137.779 kHz.
>
> 73
> Hartmut
>
>



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