With your encouragement, let's try try a carrier starting 0845 while
monitoring the tuning.
I've seen no traces on any grabbers on your side of the pond so far,
but we can hope.
On Fri, 20 Mar 2015, Markus Vester wrote:
thanks, good that you are intending to get on, despite those difficulties! I
hope we can catch possible irregularities on your signal tomorrow morning. Of
course it would be ideal to have that straight carrier - considering your usual
signal strength you would probably still be easily observable if you reduced
your power by a factor of two pr three.
All the best,
From: [email protected]
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 1:04 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: LF: Eclipse/137.777 kHz
A trip up the hill in deep snow with a wattmeter confirmed the
RL was seriously detuned with ice. The original 100m wire was
also iced and of little use until it was retuned. The forecast
is for 1C tonight so if the ice melts, the RL will be energised.
The plan is to keep QRSS100 on for the night and duration of
the eclipse. A 2 hour carrier was planned, but this is risky.
A sharp drop in the Kyoto DST 2 days ago and the aerial ice
is mother nature's way of making the eclipse experiment
73 and good luck with the eclipse! Hope my sigs help.