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Re: LF: Test PE1RRF.

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Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2007 18:43:36 -0500
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Hi Frank and LF,

your signal on 136320.7 reads mostly between 5 to 9 µV/m here on the grabber - roughly an S-unit less than with the balloon a couple of weeks ago. Tonight there is a remarkle amout of QSB and pronounced colour variations. I suspect these DF errors result from the directivity of the receive loops being affected by the polarisation of high angle skywaves. These are perhaps emphasized a bit by the large horizontal current component in your transmit antenna.
There's also a very nice signal from IK5ZPV, 1 to 2 µV/m on 136318.38.
Between 20:27 and 20:42, I noted another weaker trace (perhaps RA3YO
?), 0.6 µV/m on 136319.8 Hz.
Good luck to all
Markus, DF6NM


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Verschickt: Sa., 3.Feb.2007, 21:32
Thema: LF: Test PE1RRF.

Hi Mike, Ko, Brian and Jean-Pierre,

Thanks for the reception reports.
Im testing my longwire antenna from a friend his location.
We made a long wire today from 250 meters long
what starts at 20 meters high and ends about 4 meters above the ground. Hanging up in the direction North-South, and the airial currend is now 2.75 A. We want
to run it to tomorrow morning.
73
Frank.






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