Hello LF, Paul-Henrik, Lubos!
so, 0000 utc= 0400 msc LT now. look to the time on the my shots. 0346
We are received it at different time.
The signal was very strong and audible more good then OK0EMW of course.
This is a second IF heterodine for old IF-500 kHz in old russian army
radio or hand-made transceiver like a UW3DI I think at first time.
I save one radio for 160m's band in my collection with 500 kHz IF. I get
out it and try to test.
Otherwise it was a high freq smelting furnace with a high power?
* Paul-Henrik <[email protected]> [Thu, 17 Apr 2008 09:12:15 +0300]:
I also noticed this very strong signal around 505kHz in Vaasa KP03SD
It must have been after local midnight or 2100z. I took it for a local
and did not make any recordings of it. Will take a closer look if I
Paul-Henrik / OH1LSQ
Quoting Lubomír Bobalík <[email protected]>:
> Hello roman, LF!
> Thanks for your snapshoptes of beacon´s signal in Moscow. Nice
> About non stable unknown signal:
> I saw the same unknown signal last evening around 18:00UTC and I
> myself with the same question as you: "What is this?" But it must be
> very strong transmitter, becouse the same big signal is in Moscow
> here in Breclav as well.
> GL on 600m!
> Lubos, OK2BVG, JN88KS
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected]
> [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Roman
> Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 2:30 AM
> To: rsgb
> Subject: LF: what is this?
> Hi LF!
> I'm looking one signal some time on 505 in Moscow.
> He is 'started' from high freq and then he is going down.
> It is so strong and not so 'stable' on freq.
> What is this?
> The heterodine from the other receiver?
> Roman RW3ADB.
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