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Re: VLF: Re: Transmitting on 8970.00x now

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Subject: Re: VLF: Re: Transmitting on 8970.00x now
From: Gerhard Hickl <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2010 21:51:58 +0200
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Hi Markus!

I think I can see your signal here in JN88hl. Unfortunately I just have
started about half a hour ago because I had to calibrate and set up the
SpecLab first. I have set a 500µHz window and I'm curious if the signal
will disappear when you stop. I'm locking to GBZ and can see you
slightly above 8970.

I will keep you updated.



Am Donnerstag, den 14.10.2010, 20:32 +0200 schrieb Markus Vester:
> Transmitter is still on now at 18:30, with stable antenna current and
> very little wind movement. On Stefan's grabber, the QRN has been
> gradually increasing since 16:30 or so, but interestingly my signal
> there has also gone up by a couple of dB. Will try to stay on until
> local midnight (22 UT) to see if that trend continues.
> 73, Markus (DF6NM)
>         ----- Original Message ----- 
>         From: Markus Vester 
>         To: Paul 
>         Cc: Stefan Schäfer ; Renato Romero ;
>         [email protected] 
>         Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2010 11:06 AM
>         Subject: VLF: Transmitting on 8970.00x now
>         Dear Paul,
>         you are doing a fantastic job! This is absolutely amazing.
>         If you like there will be more food for your processors: I
>         have a day off work, and restarted a carrier again at 8:52 UT
>         (Oct 14). Antenna conditions are similar as before, but with
>         slightly modified coil location and acoustical shielding. I
>         will not announce the exact frequency beforehand, but it is
>         within a few mHz from 8970.0 to fit into Stefan's 47 uHz
>         window.
>         Good luck to everyone,
>         Markus
>         (DF6NM in JN59NK)

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