|Subject:||VLF: 8270 Hz / OK2bvg|
|Date:||Tue, 02 Dec 2014 22:13:57 +0100|
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Markus, Paul and Lubos
Yes, it is my TX. Im testing the modified antenna. Until some weeks ago now 60m more wire in the air (390m to 450m) 17m up sloping down to 10m. makes 5 dBrel more at a piece of wire connected to the RX Rycom R1307A showing now +20dBrel. It is rel and one cant count it down to absolute bec it has been measured in the near field.
But, it isn’t the ant itself Im concerned in. it is its environment, the yard and the garden:
with a mains (neon) tester I have to find the parts (metallic doors, fences, chassis of garden houses etc) being alive during txing and enlighten my XYL, visitors, neighbours etc.Lubos, abt your VLF grabber, is the ant connected?
Bearing looks a few degrees south of bearing for DJ8WX and
signal is a bit weaker than normal for Uwe.
It's a lovely sharp line at about 0.12fT and the
frequency appears exact.
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