many thanks for the screenshot from the DI2AG beacon. Fine picture.
I would like to send you the QSL directly, pse give me your address.
73 Walter DI2AG / DJ2LF
Von: Lubomír Bobalík <[email protected]>
An: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Datum: Montag, 9. April 2007 11:02
Betreff: LF: RE:  DI2BO back on the air on 505.015 kHz
Thanks for informations about DI2AG. I saw its signal last night, but I
didn´t capture it, sorry. But I saw DI2AG at night 20070407, so I attach
73, OK2BVG, JN88KS
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Holger 'Geri',
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 11:29 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: LF:  DI2BO back on the air on 505.015 kHz
Good morning, folks,
finally the license document for DI2BO with the added frequency range
plus/minus 100 Hz, additionally to 440.0 kHz plus/minus 100 Hz) arrived.
After a storm earlier this year had torn down my 18m umbrella I have now
up a simple L-shaped wire antenna: 6 m vertically up to a mast from the
window of my shack and then 8 m horizontally to the top of the roof of
house. Output power at the moment is 10 watts, still using the DEBEG
marine tranmitter. ERP has not yet been determined, I guess it is not
than a few mW so reception might be a challenge.
Currently DI2BO transmits on 505.015 kHz in QRSS3 with 6 wpm CW ID.
Reception reports are welcome.
Geri, DK8KW / DI2BO