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Re: LF: last 23 Hr 136 op32

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Subject: Re: LF: last 23 Hr 136 op32
From: "Graham" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 00:57:32 +0100
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Joe,

Sorry to read about that , I had a near miss , cleaved a well established Buddleia in half , now have two growing, may of also cracked a cast iron down pipe , which was mysteriously split half way up, the old salt glazed stone work was shattered into 6 inch lumps ..
The strike appeared to of left the mast half way down , at the sleeve
joint , guess a little parasitic inductance , saved the day [night]
That frame landed ! with a good s/n .. but only 1 other at
RX -39.3dB , not that far away in terms of total range ,,,
23:30    136 VO1NA de F6CNI Op32 -35 dB F:6% in JN19QB

73G,
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Sent: Monday, August 15, 2016 12:13 AM
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Subject: Re: LF: last 23 Hr  136 op32

Thank-you Graham and Dominico.

I was suprised to get the reports because there was a mismatch.
The Decca was on one module only to see what happens.

Just started an OP32 frame 2300 utc with 500 watts 3.5 amps and without
a mismatch.

Friday night's lightning may have modified the tuning coil --
it took a while to clean the soot and ashes!  It has been rebuilt
and seems to be working well. It has taps for the RL and another
for the tower as a back-up when the RL is out of service.

73 to all
Joe VO1NA





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