I don't think that it was my beacon's transmission.
1. The time (daylight path) prevents this assumption and
2. the transmission scheme is different - there is only 1 qrss3 c/s id every
Sorry, may be next winter
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: [email protected]
> Gesendet: 17.04.08 21:29:15
> An: [email protected]
> Betreff: LF: Possible copy of DI2AM in EM75xr
> Greetings All on LF:
> I am posting this capture just for the sake of doing so. I can not claim it
> to be a verifiable
> copy, but I am convinced that I was recieving the signal of DI2AM (505.182KHz
> I used Spectran in QRSS-3 mode, slow scrolling.
> The capture occured at 5:37am local time; 9:37 UTC ( typical for my area ).
> Considering the distance of 4,493 miles / 7,230 Km. , plus I am 500 miles
> inland from the Atlantic
> Ocean, I consider this to be a proud accomplishment, just being able to get a
> trace of the signal.
> I have been trying for 4 days to get a readable capture.
> I was able to see some very weak traces of possibly DI2AT at 505.145KHz, but
> too weak and in the
> noise to be able to get a good capture.
> I have never tried to send an attachment here, so I hope it works.
> 73, all from Andy Bell - KU4XR - EM75xr
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