Thanks Roelof - if 136kHz was to go by it was poor over the N pole last night- I cant see DCF39 at dot90 this morning and only weak over the past 8 hours a couple of dBs over noise. http://kl7l.com/fast00000.jpg
Into March and DCF gradually fades away to nothing as the sun moves North.
On 475kHz XPQ WSPR2 was decoded by 9 different stations between 2500-4500Kms, and a few more on DFCW that didn't decode WSPR, with the stations in the States/Canada to my South doing better.
I wont be on this evening your time, but hopefully back Sunday night.
73 Laurence KL7 L
> Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2015 09:53:30 +0100
> From: [email protected]
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Re: LF: XPQ Alaska
> Hello Laurence,
> I found just a single decode from WG2XJM at 05:10 UTC.
> Propagation has been better!
> The change in time of sunrise is 2 minutes here, which is not too bad!
> Roelof, pa0rdt