|Subject:||Re: VO1NA on LF:|
|From:||Markus Vester <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Mon, 3 Jul 2017 13:33:22 -0400|
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Great news! Though it's high-QRN season here in central Europe, Paul will surely detect you again in England. The DL0AO grabber also covers your QRG and will hopefully be back online tomorrow. Tom and Bernd are preparing to install a second earth antenna to the northwest soon, supporting a cardioid in your direction.Hi Stefan,
So good luck with the high voltages! Any progress on the GPS frequency lock?
Von: jcraig <[email protected]>
An: rsgb_lf_group <[email protected]>
Verschickt: Mo, 3. Jul 2017 16:51
Betreff: Re: VO1NA on LF:
The TX is now on 8270.007 +- a few ppb. Thanks for the
advice and good luck to those looking for a trace of
the weak VLF sigs!
On Mon, 3 Jul 2017, DK7FC wrote:
> Am 03.07.2017 14:52, schrieb Roelof Bakker:
>> Hello Joe,
>> Propagtion is a weird thing.
> LF propagation at least :-) MF even more.
> I find that VLF propagation is quite predictable, reproducable and
> understandable :-)
> 73, Stefan
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