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Offline DYGradio

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Re: PCO
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2024, 2147 UTC »
Turned DYG off for a while this afternoon to check 22 meters. PCO is weak but there with moderate fading. Getting up on top of the ever present CODAR which is fading up and down as well. There are a few other glimmers in the band but PCO is the only one I can pull out. 13563.50 14FEB24 21:45z Airspy HF+ Discovery 60ft SE/NW longwire
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Re: PCO
« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2024, 0051 UTC »
PCO came sliding up from under the noise around 00:30. Weak but there and fairly solid. 13563.50 16FEB24 00:30z Airspy HF+ Discovery 60ft SE/NW longwire.

Nothing else much in the band this afternoon other than CODAR, the usual constant data stream at 13560.8, and the Russian RTTY station in and out on 13558 KHz. Quite strong.
Ron
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Re: PCO
« Reply #17 on: March 08, 2024, 0157 UTC »
PCO with a very nice signal making it well above the CODAR and competing with what appears to be OTH radar bursts. Very little fading, best I have heard it in some time as local sunset takes place. 13563.55 08MAR24 01:57z Airspy HF+ Discovery 60ft SE/NW longwire
Ron
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