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Re: LF: 136kHz T/A last night

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Subject: Re: LF: 136kHz T/A last night
From: "Mike Dennison" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 13:02:08 -0000
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The reports from AC4IU were starting to look too good to be true, so 
I checked (thanks to Jay, W1VD).

Sorry to say that the reception of myself and G8HUH by AC4IU was not 
as exotic as it appeared. He was listening via the Netherlands webSDR 
and forgot that Opera does not have a switch to turn off web 
reporting (unless you disconnect the internet from the entire 
computer). He is embarrassed!

Nevertheless, all of my other reports still show it was a good night 
for LF DX.

de Mike, G3XDV

> A very good night for Atlantic crossings on the 136kHz band using
> Opera32 (all times UTC).
> VO1NA was received in the UK from 0105 to 0655.
> DK7FC was received by W1TAG/1 nine times between 2233 and 0513.
> He was also reported by W1VD's OPDS receiver between 2233 and 0633.
> I was received by AC4IU at 0800, my best DX on this mode at 5958km. He
> reported a remarkable S/N or -15dB with 34% fading. Using OPDS, W1VD
> reported me at 2350.
> G8HUH was received by AC4IU at 0843, 0923, 0943 and, amazingly, at 
> 1023, over 3 hours after UK dawn. W1VD's OPDS reported him at 2229.
> Countries active on transmit were: G, VO, JA (though not received in
> Eu), DK, I, LA, SM, SV and UA4. 
> Countries active on receive included: G, LA, JA, SP, SV, GW, SM, RN3,
> TF, W, EA, and EW.
> Mike, G3XDV
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