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Re: LF: PA3CPM

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Subject: Re: LF: PA3CPM
From: Stefan Schäfer <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2012 14:33:01 +0100
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Uups, i haven't seen all the mails about that topic that came in before
i wrote mine..
Just wanted to say that its nice to listen to it, with the LF background
noise. Reminds me to the pure CW times and what i am missing in that band.
I haven't expected that you come in here audible Henny, very fine! I am
even in the city, not /p.
Recently i have improved (hope so) my ferrite antenna preamp (cancelled
the self oscillation) so it would be interesting to do another /p test
with the UHF remote link for a QSO.
If you like, switch to CW. I think you are audible at least in a radius
of 500 km.
73, GL, Stefan/DK7FC

Am 02.03.2012 14:21, schrieb Stefan Schäfer:
LF, Henny,

Your QRSS-10 beacon on 136.54 kHz is audible here. The signal is 20 dB S/N in 732 mHz NBW. Would be fine for a slow CW QSO (say 30 BPM or so).
I will join in later with a CW beacon :-))

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19882028/LF/CPM.jpg
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19882028/LF/CPM.WAV

The wav file attached is converted to a 700 Hz tone. Noiseblanking is applied and a 150 Hz CW filter.
73, Stefan/DK7FC

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