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Author Topic: A couple of 8 MHz loggings and others  (Read 24 times)

Offline DYGradio

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A couple of 8 MHz loggings and others
« on: February 16, 2019, 1751 UTC »
Have the "crying" sounding dasher this morning quite strong here. Some deep fades but good signal on the upswing. Also another dasher (T?) in the same neighborhood.

16FEB2019 17:33 8000.5 CW "crying" sounding dasher
16FEB2019 17:34 8495.29 CW dasher "T"

Also
16FEB2019 17:42 6700.4 CW HexY2K fair strength, in and out with fading

The A beacon on 2097.3 has also been very strong and solid here the past few days day and night along with a collection of drift net beacons in the evenings around the A beacon.

Ron
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Ron
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Re: A couple of 8 MHz loggings and others
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2019, 1956 UTC »
As of 19:51z Rainy has appeared on 6626.3 along with some real raindrops here.

"Crybaby" dasher still in there with a very good signal on 8000.5.

HexY2K still in there and stronger.
8495.29 dasher "T" now gone.
Ron
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San Tan Valley, AZ
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Icom IC-R8500/IC-718/Airspy HF+/Hammarlund HQ-180A
Vertical, longwire, homebrew shielded loops and other experimental antennas.