Thank you Henny and Victor and all others for the reply! I hope the WX will not
disappoint us ;-)
Von: [email protected] im Auftrag von [email protected]
Gesendet: Sa 15.05.2010 18:37
An: [email protected]
Betreff: LF: RE: DK7FCs 5th VLF experiment...
Henny,PA3CPM and me have speclab already running at 8.970 KHz,
Van: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]]Namens Stefan Schäfer
Verzonden: zaterdag 15 mei 2010 14:25
Aan: [email protected]
Onderwerp: VLF: DK7FCs 5th VLF experiment...
I is a long time ago that i have done the last experiment. Tomorrow, the WX
could be suitable and i have time and motivation to try the next experiment on
8,97 kHz. But the WX is a little risky
(http://www.windfinder.com/forecast/frankfurt) and so i do not yet know, if i
really can come up. So it is just a uncertain announcement. Maybe Markus/DF6NM,
if he has time, will inform you about the actual state.
In the last weeks, the QRM less window becomes smaller and more early. It
is arround 5...8 UTC
So, i plan to start transmissions at arround 7 UTC on 8970,0 Hz. I want to
check the new 600W PA and the new additional earth rod. Antenna length is still
100m. The amperemeter will also be tested the first time. Modes will be
DFCW-600 (50mHz shift) and a transmission in DFCW-60 (500mHz shift) if i can
reach my grabber in the DFCW-60 window in 37km distance. If the wind is stable
and i have enough time i will do first receiving tests using the TX antenna!
This is to prepare the first VLF QSO above 100km ;-)
So, let's hope for good and stable wind and no rain, dreaming...
Will anybody listen to the experiment except my and Markus' grabber? ;-)