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Re: Teotwaki's Evening Beacon Log
« Reply #375 on: May 13, 2019, 0334 UTC »
2097.310 KHz  Beacon "A". Fair signal with deep fades.
4096.364 KHz  Haystack. Fair signal.
4102.835 KHz  Windy. Peaks 10 dB over the noise . Slight breeze. Temp 78 Battery 12.7v
Jim
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Re: Teotwaki's Evening Beacon Log
« Reply #376 on: May 22, 2019, 0604 UTC »
2097.310 KHz  Beacon "A". Signal 15-20 dB over the noise floor, some quick fades
4096.365 KHz  Haystack. Fair signal.
4102.850 KHz  Windy. Peaks 15 dB over the noise with deep fades . Slight breeze. Temp 57 Battery 12.6v
Jim
NRD-525, Elecraft KX3 and Elecraft PX3 Spectrum Display
76' end fed long wire & 66' off-center fed dipole for 10/20/40 meters
Orange County, SoCal, The better half