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LF: RE: 2200m

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Subject: LF: RE: 2200m
From: VIGILANT Luis Fernández <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2018 14:52:15 +0000
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Hi Paul, LF

Thank you for your report. It is the first TA so far for me in LF :-)

Just 1A RF current last night. I'm strugling with the antenna. All works like a 
charm after rain, but as soon as it gets dry, impedance
rise and I can hardly get 1A to the antenna while PA consumes more and more 
current. It was also noticeable in MF
but in LF it is much worse

My Rx keeps noisy too

73 de Luis

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Enviado el: miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2018 16:11
Para: [email protected]; [email protected]; Discussion 
of the Lowfer (US, European, & UK) and MedFer bands <[email protected]>
Asunto: LF: 2200m

LF is improving, finally. Last night I received a WSPR transmission from EA5DOM 
for the first time. My signal is being heard by several stations across the 
Atlantic recently.

I am still transmitting WSPR2 every night from before my sunset until after 
sunrise in the UK and EA8. :)

I am still trying to find a better RX antenna but it does not go well...

Paul N1BUG FN55mf

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