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Offline zackers

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OK beacon?
« on: February 19, 2014, 2048 UTC »
A couple years ago I was routinely hearing this beacon on 3449.8 kHz. Then it went away, came back for a while and went away again. Is this beacon now defunct for good? I suspect it was a lot closer to me than the 4 MHz beacons.

I haven't been able to hear much this winter for some reason. I thought I heard about a second of the TMP beacon on 4079.6 kHz the other night but it never came back again over several hours.
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Re: OK beacon?
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2014, 2106 UTC »
OK has been gone for at least 2 plus years, would be very surprised to see it return.  Though like several others I do listen on the freq range from time to time just in case.  It was usually heard here 20 out of 24 hours a day. 

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