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Author Topic: new NDB catch, 4/1  (Read 2317 times)

Offline Chanter

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new NDB catch, 4/1
« on: April 01, 2013, 0721 UTC »
This is technically a local, as it's an in-state catch for me.  I can't get it at my home QTH, though, and I've never heard it here before either.  I'm visiting family for Easter, so you know. 

332, 0438Z - SG 'Depre' - Green Bay, WI 

I've also heard GR, the other Green Bay NDB, clearly again tonight.  No sign of most of the Canadians I'm used to at my home QTH, but AQ in Appleton is loud and clear, as is OS in Oshkosh - no surprise.  I really need to take an EMF detector to this house and find whatever the source of the horrible electrical interference is.  Man oh man, it's bad. 
Madison, WI, U.S.A. 
Tecsun PL-660, Yaesu FT60R handheld, and Realistic DX-398 (back up and running!) 
QSL's appreciated 

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Re: new NDB catch, 4/1
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2013, 1218 UTC »
With such QRM/N, best bet is to haul a laptop around with a spectrum program.

I do that when travelling to see beacons despite hotel electrical rubbish ;)



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