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RE: LF: 137.777 to keep Joe's freq warm!

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Subject: RE: LF: 137.777 to keep Joe's freq warm!
From: Bob Raide <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2014 16:19:28 -0500
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DCF39 is very dirty almost every night at about the times you have given.  74.321 area much cleaner and never see that junk there.  It's hard to find nice clean spot in the 137 band compared to 74.32 region.  Of course that can change am sure. 
Markus even has worse artifacts at his QTH.  I think your grabber is cleanest because you use direction RX ant that helps.
Nothing can be done about it-find best freq we can!
I will be on 74.321 tonight and see your grabber is running there-Thanks Hartmut-73-Bob
> Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2014 20:39:35 +0100
> From: [email protected]
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> Subject: Re: LF: 137.777 to keep Joe's freq warm!
> Am 2014-01-03 18:41, schrieb Bob Raide:
> > I noticed on Hartmut Wolff's grabber similar fading as you have demonstrated. One of the most noticed characteristics of the 137 QRSS segment is that compared to the 74.322 segment, the 137.777 + and - frequencies are very "dirty" with multiple Loran artifacts, I presume are from Eastern Europe and Russia?
> Bob,
> the main reason for the multiple Loran artifacts is DCF39. Most the time
> DCF39 is looking like here:
> But sometimes like here:
> In the screenshot from my grabber you posted here in the list, the
> activity from DCF39 is well visible about 03:15-04:45.
> --
> 73
> Hartmut
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