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RE: LF: WSPR-15 on 137 kHz today

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Subject: RE: LF: WSPR-15 on 137 kHz today
From: VIGILANT Luis Fernández <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2014 08:28:43 +0200
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Thread-topic: LF: WSPR-15 on 137 kHz today


Tonight Stefan as loud as usual -5dB and also Dave G3WCB best -34dB at 1441Km ! :-)

Unfortunately WSPR-15 is not really "elevator proof" and got many frames sliced by
the massive QRN caused by electric motor variator. After 22 UTC the activity is
null and there is were I can get complete WSPR frames

That's the problem of living in a 90m heigh antenna. Elevators are noise but can't
live without them ;-)

73 de Luis

-----Mensaje original-----
De: [email protected] en nombre de DK7FC
Enviado el: dom 11/05/2014 23:15
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: Re: LF: WSPR-15 on 137 kHz today


Wow, now there's much going on on LF WSPR-15, e.g. SM2DJK woke up again
and also UA4WPF and R7NT is doing a good job! I bet that Luis will get a
second station this evening!
Where is DF2JP and others?

73, Stefan

Am 11.05.2014 14:15, schrieb Dave G3WCB.:
> LF,
> Now sending WSPR-15 on 137.614 at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour,
> with 130W RF output. Monitoring WSPR-15 also.
> I'll leave it running overnight.
> 73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM
>     -----Original Message-----
>     *From:* [email protected]
>     [mailto:[email protected]]*On Behalf Of *Dave G3WCB.
>     *Sent:* 16 March 2014 11:48
>     *To:* [email protected]
>     *Subject:* LF: WSPR on 137 kHz today
>     Lf, Chris,
>     I'm currently sending WSPR-2 on 137.537 kHz with about 20W RF
>     output. The transmission is every 10 minutes, starting at 11-38
>     UTC. The TX antenna isn't quite right, but the transmissions will
>     run for the rest of the afternoon.
>     I've no idea if this is a good frequency, but any reports very
>     welcome.
>     73, Dave G3WCB IO91RM

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