Already sometime ago I applied for permission to use the 500 kHz
band. So far there has been no reply. So I have severe doubts
73, Dick, PA0SE
At 12:06 29-4-2007, you wrote:
I did a Google search for PA2NL and came up with only one relevant
"hit", which was for a 70 cm contest entry in 2000. The locator
was given a JO21BX. My guess is that this may be some sort of
"special" call-sign. I didn't think that NL had any 500 kHz
allocation at all....
It's 30 dB above the noise floor here.
73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM
- -----Original Message-----
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mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of
- Sent: 29 April 2007 09:47
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- Subject: LF: PA2NL QRS
- Good Morning,
- I presume a beacon has appeared on 502 which I am informed is PA2NL
using QRSS. Does anybody have any further information on this activity?
He is a strong signal here in North Kent peaking S9.
- I have no problems with data modes beacons and the like but I feel
they should be higher in the band. Currently he close to the working
frequencies of the more active CW stations regularly swapping
- ( PA2NL als je kijk aan de bild - geen storing a.u.b. OM, iets hooger
en heb jij nog 'n seinsleutel? Bedankt!)