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Author Topic: Boombox Radio 6924.6 AM 1525- 12-25-13  (Read 852 times)
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« on: December 25, 2013, 1521 UTC »

Well, it's a little late for breakfast, so we will call it "Brunch with Boombox Radio", the Christmas edition.
Merry Christmas to all from DJ LT.  Need a QSL?  boomboxshortwave@gmail.com
Off at 1634, thanks for listening!
« Last Edit: December 25, 2013, 1639 UTC by BBR » Logged
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« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2013, 1529 UTC »

S7 at 1029z. Great to hear BBR again!

Chris Smolinski
Westminster, MD
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JRC-NRD 545 / RF Space netSDR / 670 ft horizontal loop / 500 ft beverage / 43mb sloping folded dipole / 7' x 7' Loop
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« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2013, 1534 UTC »

1533Z  S9+30!!    Strapping signal on inverted L (N-S Config), Icom 706MKIIG (No preamp required!)  Wake me up...

1539Z   Barely readable S-1, on Cushcraft Vertical and slightly better S-2, on end fed 120' longwire E/W config.

1620Z  Still steady S-9+30dB!!

Cold, bitter, 16deg F, Seacoast NH
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Seacoast NH   SDR-iq, TS-590, or Flex 5000A Cobra Ultralight SR, Wire dipoles, end fed wires, or SteppIR 3 ele beam @ 70' fixed NE/SW directions.
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