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Author Topic: Pips network up, multiple frequencies, Feb 08, 2014, 1616 UTC  (Read 961 times)

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The Pips Network is up again today, Feb 08, 2014, starting before 1616 UTC.  Mostly the same freqs as yesterday although seeing higher freq stuff.  Could just be conditions.  At this time (1815 UTC) all freqs are still up and active.

A listener in CO is hearing all the way down to the 3450 kHz freq very weak, probably indicating one of the TX sites is in his general region.

Looking at the double pulse on 16725 I am able to peak one on about the 070 and the other on about the 095, reinforcing two transmit sites.

I will post a list of freqs here after I have a chance to review the recordings, but it looks about the same as yesterdays list here:   http://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,15259.0.html

T!

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A quick shot at the freqs seen here today.  Others were reported by other listeners, but this is what was heard here.  I am sure more will show up as I sift the recordings.

28800, 27450, 26650, 26500, 26150, 24050, 23100, 22600, 22450, 22300, 22050, 21150, 20250, 20175, 20100, 19650, 19300, 18675, 18625, 18450, 18050, 17975, 17950, 17650, 17475, 16725, 16550, 16000, 15625, 15100, 14400, 13875, 13325, 13250, 12025, 11300, 11225, 11150, 11025, 10575, 10050, 9225, 9050, 8975, 8825, 8275, 7700, 6725, 6550, 6225
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