The signal around 137.779 on your screen is WD2XES in DFCW. The screen
calibration is a little off - about 0.15 Hz low. Joe runs very close to
137.777 kHz, and the XES signal had "dashes" on 137.779, with dots 0.2Hz
lower. The screen did not extend high enough to see Warren's WH2XIL
signal, which should have been stronger than XES.
On 3/7/2015 5:16 AM, [email protected] wrote:
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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