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Author Topic: Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13  (Read 1292 times)

Offline clobdell

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Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13
« on: December 25, 2013, 2341 UTC »
Christmas Convoy  tune about S-5 in noise. Thanks for the show
Receiver: Eton E1, JRC NRD-525, 535 and 545, Icom IC-7300
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Re: Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2013, 2342 UTC »
S9 at 2342.
Chris Smolinski
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Re: Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2013, 0005 UTC »
At 0004utc 26 Dec (6:04pm cst 25 Dec) barely detect carrier in usb mode.
Drake R8, Kenwood R-2000, Panasonic RF-4900, Sony 2010, Realistic DX440, Grundig Satellit 500, 7mhz backyard dipole, Mt Prospect, IL 20miles (32km) NW of downtown Chicago. I have been using online receivers because of strong data hash interference in my neighborhood that I believe is caused by Uverse squeezing up to 100mb/sec through ordinary pairs of wires. I don't have Uverse but neighbors do. williamhassig@yahoo.com

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Re: Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2013, 0017 UTC »
Fair into NE Ohio with slight fades! 
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Re: Echo 1 6924.7 AM 2340- 12/25/13
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2013, 0051 UTC »
23:45Z   Very Weak, just above the noise floor on SDR-iq with long wire, slightly better on IC-706MKIIG with inverted L.

That inverted L seems to work very well as of late!  ;)
Just may have to install one for one of the two SDR-iq servers (KA1GJU on SDRSPACE.com).  ;D
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Seacoast of NH  RXR's =3 X SDR-iq's, 1 x SDRPlays, and 11 AirspyHF+'s . TXR's = 2 X TS-590S,  ANAN200D, 2 x IC-7300's, IC-7610, 2 X IC-7100. Antennas = Resonant wire dipoles, 120' end fed wires, or 2 X SteppIR 3 ele beam @ 70' fixed NE/SW directions. Also host Remotehams.com servers (RX/TX) as well as SDR Console servers V3.xx (RX Only) too!

 


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