Good report on your LF QRSS 60 to night. Average 45 dB over noise and
579 aural at 400 km. Your TX QRG was 136172.12 Hz, perfectly stable
during your 1 hour transmission.
It is the same report I sent to you during our last normal 2 way CW
on 137 band, date 3 feb 2001 at 0830 TU. 15 years ago, HI !
73 de F6CNI Andy.
From: Mike Dennison
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 6:41 PM
To: [email protected] ; [email protected]
Subject: LF: XDV on 136.172 tonight
As the weather has settled down again - cold, calm and dry - I will be
running a QRSS60 beacon on 136.172kHz (actually very slightly above)
transmitting my full callsign starting on each even hour from 1800 to
0800UTC (ie 1800, 2000, 2200 . . . 0800). I expect this to be for at
least the next three days starting now. Power will be about 400mW ERP.
Reports are welcome. My activity (and any other EU stations) can be
checked on the grabbers of DK7FC and DF6NM
Are there any other DX grabbers monitoring this slot these days?
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