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RE: LF: [500] G3WCB QRV 503.350 kHz...DFCW3...

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Subject: RE: LF: [500] G3WCB QRV 503.350 kHz...DFCW3...
From: "Dave G3WCB" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 20:57:57 +0100
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Hi, Wolf

Thanks for the report. I just need to get a couple of things sorted out over
the next few days, and I'll be QRV for crossband 501/137 kHz. Won't be until
after Easter, though. Social engagements mean I won't be on the air much
until the week-end after Easter :-(

Not sure if QRSS or DFCW is the better mode for DX on 137 kHz. The fading
characteristics are quite different compared to 137 kHz. The QSB appears to
be quicker, maybe 2 minute cycle, and the fades can be quite deep.

73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Wolf DL4YHF
Sent: 04 April 2007 20:45
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: [500] G3WCB QRV 503.350 kHz...DFCW3...

Hi Dave,

Oh, wish I was at DK4U right now (for a xband test): Your signal is
"M".."O" copy with a piece of wire in my living room, connected to a
TS850 through a selective high-impedance preamplifier. And all that
despite a horrible amount of QRM.
19:45 UTC: just seeing the "WCB" on a SL QRSS3 screen.

  Wolf DL4YHF
  JO42FD .

Dave G3WCB schrieb:
> Dear LF
> G3WCB is in beacon mode DFCW3 on 503.350 kHz for antenna tests from 18:30
> utc until 2130 utc tonight.
> RF into the antenna is  10W, antenna current 250 mA.
> Reports most welcome, via the Reflector or direct.
> 73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM

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