In the mid 60's I wished that my receiver (BC-453/4/5) would reach 24 kHz.
Still works and still wish; that much stayed the same :-)
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of John Rabson
Sent: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 12:32 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: 24.0 kHz sig - NAA?
How times change. In the late 1960s I received NAA on a hot summer afternoon
in the town of Harlow, about 30 km north-east of London. The antenna was an
L about 80 m in length and the receiver was an ex-Navy unit which covered
from 15 to 750kHz (B29?).
73 John G3PAI F5VLF
On 8 Aug 2018, at 17:49, DK7FC <[email protected]> wrote:
Hello Genosse Roman,
NAA should be centered exactly at 24 kHz, like DHO38 is at 23.4 kHz. It
can have strong QSB and appears only a few hours per day. Here it appears
arround 4 UTC these days.
My grabber and all webpages do not work in the moment due to a webserver
problem which may be solved just next week...
These narrow traces are something else, NAA always looks like DHO, about
200 Hz wide.
Am 08.08.2018 14:15, schrieb Roman:
Hello Genossen VLFers!
Pse, look R6LDD screen at russian forum.
What's a station? NAA or not?