Dear Walter, Lubos and LF,
I'd be happy to beacon overnight, QRSS 3 or slower, provided it didn't QRM
anybody else. My two spot frequencies are 501.670 and 503.330. My ERP is
between 25 and 50 mW (The UK limit is 100 mW)
73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Alan Melia
Sent: 13 April 2007 16:13
To: [email protected]
Subject: LF: Re: Re: DI2AG_DI2BO_together
Hi Walter and Lubos, with the number of permits granted (I know of at least
15 active calls at present) continuous beaconing is not likely to be popular
in the UK. Overnight runs are more likely, by request, and I am sure there
are stations that will oblige.I am sure you can use the reflector to set up
a few test nights.
73 de Alan G3NYK
----- Original Message -----
From: Walter Staubach <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: 13 April 2007 15:59
Subject: LF: Re: DI2AG_DI2BO_together
good idea with both beacons and the different fading. About
UK-beacons - I saw G3KEV for several times in the evening on 502,5. We
should ask all the UK-amateurs with 500KHz-permit for beacon-transmissions
and to publish their frequencies on this reflector.
Proposal: Saturday to Sunday, starting 20:00Z. Hw?
73 Walter DJ2LF / DI2AG
Von: Lubomďż˝r Bobalďż˝k <[email protected]>
An: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Datum: Freitag, 13. April 2007 06:13
Betreff: LF: DI2AG_DI2BO_together
GM Walter and Geri!
On the attached snapshot (070413 / 03:30UT) are signals of both beacons
together. You can see their different fading.
I have a question for all: Are they some beacons on 500KHz in UK in
permanent operations? I donďż˝t know it.
Lubos, OK2BVG, JN88KS