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Re: LF: 503.7kHz - its back

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Subject: Re: LF: 503.7kHz - its back
From: "James Moritz" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2009 11:07:25 +0100
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Dear John, Andy, LF Group,

G4JNT is the usual steady ground-wave signal here.

Also, at about 0040utc, heard a CW beacon sending "GM4SLV test" on 501.5kHz, reaching 559 at the peaks of slow QSB lasting several minutes. It is quite noticeable how more distant stations (SM6BHZ also) have a much "smoother" fading characteristic, not unlike 136kHz, compared to stations at a few 100kms, which vary wildly in level over shorter periods of time.
Cheers, Jim Moritz
73 de M0BMU



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