|Subject:||LF: WSPR Reports - G3XBM|
|From:||"Dave G3WCB." <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sat, 5 Apr 2014 20:27:28 +0100|
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I've been busy trying to stoke up some activity on 2200m for the past week or so, but tonight I thought I'd monitor 630m for a few hours. Your signals seem pretty much the same as they were a few weeks ago.
I'm using the 630m active loop, but the main station TX is still tuned to 137 kHz, so the loop isn't getting any benefit from the main station RX.
I'll probably be going back to monitoring 2200m about 2100z
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