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Re: LF: Quartz Hill tests

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Subject: Re: LF: Quartz Hill tests
From: Joe Craig <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 19:57:58 -0230 (NDT)
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Hi Ed,

I am happy to confirm these receptions of my signals.
Hopefully we can try again to make a 2 way attempt in
early May.

Thank-you for monitoring the signals and please accept  my
apologies foy my confusion concerning your transmit frequency.


On Wed, 4 Apr 2007, Ed Lesnichy wrote:

> Dear LF enthusiasts,
> My report abt RU6LA's acty will be later
> 2-04-2007, 20:21 MSK(+3 GMT), Alan Melia wrote:
> AM> Congratulations to all on this Spring's Pacific Tests, and thanks to all 
> who
> AM> put so much effort into it. I am afraid I probably let you down slightly.
> AM> The first Coronal Hole event came right on schedule but the second one 
> was a
> AM> little early ! Fortunately the initial effect of the precipitated 
> electrons
> AM> seems to be to increase the absoption levels at higher latitudes. It 
> takes a
> AM> day or two longer for them to diffuse down to the equatorial regions which
> AM> would have been the centre of most paths attempted. So even the 3rd day
> AM> results look interesting. I think even those paths will be depressed for a
> AM> few days now.
> Alan, my 2 argocaps for the analysis:
> 1 - VO1NA in R6L in 60s mode of Argo Apr 1 abt 0z (V)
> QRN level was low
> 2 - VO1NA in R6L in 60s mode of Argo Apr 2 abt 0z (L)
> QRN level abt + 6-10dB higher
> TS-850 + beverege 2km long
> RX and Argo in identical adjustments
> 73! Ed RU6LA

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