Details from the web page :-
Location : IO90IV
Carrier frequency : 503.700 KHz
100W RF Out (peak / carrier)
7m high Tee antenna with 14m top span.
Gain estimate -27dB - based on Rrad / Rload measurements
73 - Graham
No idea ... but may be right hihi
uk500khz group page using google translate
From: "Roman RW3ADB" <[email protected]>
Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 11:47 PM
To: <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: LF: signal
Hi Gary, LF!
Hope to look that signal now.
How many EIRP?
* Gary - G4WGT <[email protected]> [Tue, 15 Sep 2009 10:22:58 +0100]:
Hi Roman, LF,
The signal on 503.700 kHz you can see on my grabber is the propagation
beacon being run by Andy G4JNT, transmissions are at15 minute
intervals at 0004, 0019, 0034 & 0049 minutes of each hour. The beacon
now runs 24/7.
It has a similar function & features to the beacons running on the
5MHz band (GB3RAL, GB3WES & GB3ORK).
For a full description of the beacon on 503.700 kHz please have a look
at the UK500KHZ group web site at :-
Regards es 73
Gary - G4WGT.
2009/9/15 Roman RW3ADB <[email protected]>:
> Hi Gary, LF!
> Tell me pse, what is a signal I can see some time into G4WGT
> Roman RW3ADB.
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