|Subject:||Re: LF: LF 137777 vo1na 06-03-15|
|Date:||Sat, 07 Mar 2015 11:16:43 +0100|
|References:||<[email protected]om>, <[email protected]>, <[email protected]>|
It has been many years, since I have monitored 137 kHz.
Recently I have build a new PC and upgraded my internet connection.
Running a lot of programs simultaneous is very smooth now.
I might set up a 137.777 kHz grabber.
Is there any info how to do that?
And is it possible to use ARGO for this purpose?
To wet my apetite, I have run ARGO last night on 137.777 kHz.
A sample capture is attached.
Besides VO1NA, there is also a weak signal on 137.779 kHz.
Could anyone tell me which station this is?
Starting 00:00 UTC, I have made captures every 10 minutes.
These can be found here:
Any help is much appreciated.
From: Roelof Bakker, pa0rdt
Location: Middelburg, Zealand SW Netherlands, 51 30 02 N, 03 36 02 E
Receiver: PERSEUS, Filter 15 Hz, centre frequency 400 Hz.
Aerial: pa0rdt-mini-whip, 5 metre up in a hawthorn tree.
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