Hi Markus, LF
On Sat 29 November 2014 21:04:14 Markus Vester wrote:
> and here you are...
> 2014-11-29 19:06:46 G6AVK 781km 137499.988Hz 2mHz -44.7dBOp 88% 19.8dB
> 2014-11-29 17:50:55 G6AVK 781km 137499.988Hz 2mHz -40.3dBOp 54%
> 18.3dB 2014-11-29 09:36:01 RN3AGC 1908km 137536.057Hz 99mHz -40.8dBOp
> 86% 19.6dB 2014-11-29 01:23:14 RN3AGC 1908km 137536.042Hz 11mHz -30.0dBOp
> 100% 19.5dB 2014-11-29 00:51:34 RN3AGC 1908km 137499.988Hz 2mHz
> -39.4dBOp 100% 16.7dB ? 2014-11-28 23:05:05 RN3AGC 1908km 137536.021Hz
> 4mHz -31.4dBOp 72% 19.9dB
> Looks like G6AVK might have been on the same frequency yesterday, before I
> had added him to the searchlist, and was misidentified as RN3AGC at 0:51.
Thanks very much for the reports and all the other reports I have received on
136k Opera and WSPR.
The small system here is still under test and I am finally ironing out all the
teething problems with the TX converter and PSU.
It currently delivers about 45W into a base loaded 7.5m x 21m Inverted L.
73 Colin - G6AVK
Testing > Fedora 21 - (Twenty One)
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