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Re: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...

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Subject: Re: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...
From: "Graham" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 17:09:50 -0000
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Bob
 
We need  the  local  decodes  from Wolf , they have the  fade pattern  plotted  out , the  web linked  plots  have the  fade %  but  not the  distribution
Op is  giving a  calibrated   precision  s/n  level   average  along  the  time  line , so  what your getting  is accurate  propagation data , you  can  recover it from the  psk-map  data base with a  web  sql   search , or  keep  the  Opera  software  running  on a  web linked  PC and  any  band  activity  will  be  listed 
 
The total  lack  of  signal in the Uk is not  expected !  but  last  night , you  could  of  dropped  to   10% power , which  , considering  the  wavelength , from the  same Ae  , starts  to  point to better  prop  than 136 ?  odd  ,  the  path  would  support  OP16  at  that  level  as well at  full  power !
 
73-G,
 

From: Bob Raide
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 3:48 PM
Subject: RE: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...

G;
Take a look at Henny's capture and see earlier signal.  Compare with Hartmut's capture that shows more signal later.  All in all the band was good but varies as to when it peaks in a given area.
Hartmut and Henny and a few others have hot antennas and receivers.  Hartmut uses a directional ant.  Do some write-ups on these hot-shot blokes and there equipment.  They have very serious 73 band equipment that really "cuts the mustard". Bob
 

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To: [email protected]
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 14:49:37 +0000
Subject: Re: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...

This  new  fangled  75KHz stuff  , Gary , its going  strait  over  our  heads  .... 
 
G,

Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 2:10 PM
Subject: Re: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...

Oooopps !!

>>The Alan, G3NYK & original.......

Sorry, typo :-
Should be :- Alan, G3NYK & original......

73, de Gary - G4WGT
                            
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On 11/12/2013 13:29, Gary - G4WGT wrote:
Graham, Bob.

I  agree, skip looks likely or something similar.
I have not had a glimpse of any of Bob's or Dex's signals & as you know I was first to set up a 24/7 grabber for 74kHz.

The Alan, G3NYK & original UK 73kHz chaps should be able to help here with a reason !

73, de Gary - G4WGT
                            
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Web : http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/wgtaylor/index.html

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On 11/12/2013 11:33, Graham wrote:
Bob
 
3 LF Guys in the  UK still  no  show , but  Wolf  , up to  -35 dB , looks like the  hat trick  , 3  in a  row .. -35 is a  significant  signal  , at that  level  OP16 would  decode ,  g4wgt/g0ktn/g8huh   all have  good  LF set ups ,   -35  is 9 dB  over the  op65  level ...
 
Skip distance ?  , where  is  Alan  when you  need  him  hihi
 
73, G,
 
 
 
 
-36 OPERA 0.073 11/12/2013 02:22 WG4XRS FN12LQ DL-SWL JO52HP
-35 OPERA 0.073 11/12/2013 03:27 WG4XRS FN12LQ DL-SWL JO52HP
-41 OPERA 0.073 11/12/2013 04:33 WG4XRS FN12LQ DL-SWL JO52HP
 
 
Txmtr Rcvr Band Mode Distance Time (UTC)
WG4XRS DL-SWL 4000m OPERA 3880 miles 04:33:32
WG4XRS K3SIW-2 4000m OPERA 580 miles 06:44:56
WG4XRS K3SIW-1 4000m OPERA 580 miles 06:44:58
WG4XRS W3NF 4000m OPERA 233 miles 02:22:06
G0KTN G0KTN 4000m OPERA 0 kms 08:09:46
G8HUH G8HUH 4000m OPERA 0 kms 08:09:09
KU7Z KU7Z 4000m OPERA 0 miles 08:00:48
G4WGT G4WGT 4000m OPERA 0 kms 10:48:35
W3NF W3NF 4000m OPERA 0 miles 02:16:28
K3SIW K3SIW 4000m OPERA 0 miles 21:07:23
WG4XRS WG4XRS 4000m OPERA 0 miles 06:54:11
VE7BDQ VE7BDQ 4000m OPERA 0 kms 09:09:11
K3SIW-1 K3SIW-1 4000m OPERA 0 miles 08:34:59
K3SIW-2 K3SIW-2 4000m OPERA 0 miles 09:14:57
 
 

From: Bob Raide
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 11:52 PM
Subject: LF: OP65 late start for tonight-73 dial as usual...

OP/OPDS65 tonight as promised and WSPR 15 tomorrow night.  Thanks to W1VD and group for decodes to get me dialed in-should be interesting tomorrow night for first time on WSPR 15 on 73 band full night-73-Bob WG2XRS/4 [WG4XRS] NY

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