|Subject:||Re: LF: MF: GM CW Activity|
|Date:||Sat, 25 May 2013 17:58:22 +0200|
I confirm your observation: even I2BBJ with no QSB.
Dave, tks for QSO. vy short one because my shack was crowded with guests.
Von: [email protected]
Gesendet: 25.05.2013 12:42
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Betreff: LF: MF: GM CW Activity
Hi Dave, MF !
A lot of CW QSO activity last night at 472 kHz, good signals received
here at JO53gv. Reports : FLDigi decoded GM3YXM, G3KEV, EI0CF, I2BBJ,
DJ8WX, DF5KA. Mal and Finbar were loudest with up to 40dB above noise.
Astonishing for me was the absence of QSB, even when Mal told Dave that
he had lost his signal due to QSB. The signals of all stations were
almost continuous over my receive period of several hours. There was not
that very deep and fast QSB I had experienced last winter season. Curious.
Thanks to all & 73 de dg3lv Tobias
Am 24.05.2013 16:51, schrieb DAVE PICK:
> I'm in SW Scotland for the next few days listening around 472.5kHz CW.
> The weather is nice and sunny so I've been repairing the aerial.
> If anyone wants a sked please contact me. I can only do CW and QRS from
> 73 Dave GM3YXM
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