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Author Topic: wherein I go 10 meter beaconeering 06/09  (Read 1515 times)

Offline Chanter

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wherein I go 10 meter beaconeering 06/09
« on: June 10, 2014, 1020 UTC »
Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but as these are ham beacons I figured they count as licensed rather than unlicensed, so belonged here.  Anyway, after two or more days of some really rubbishy conditions, last night the band went a bit wild!  I came home from work, tuned in on a whim while not expecting much of anything, and boom!  So many QSLs going out from this lot.  :) 

28208.8, 2258-2300Z - N8PVL, Livonia, Michigan, RST 339 

28214, 2302-2305Z - N4PAL, Longwood, Florida, RST 349 

28216, 2305-2307Z - K3FX, Neptune City, New Jersey, RST 339 

28254.5, 2328-2332Z - K4JEE, Louisville, Kentucky, RST 459 

28249.5, 2328-2331Z - KA3JOE, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, RST 239 
Madison, WI, U.S.A. 
Tecsun PL-660, Yaesu FT60R handheld, and Realistic DX-398 (currently down for maintenance) 
QSL's appreciated 

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Offline BoomboxDX

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Re: wherein I go 10 meter beaconeering 06/09
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2014, 1452 UTC »
Good catches.

The 10 meter beacon band is often the only part of 10 meters that seems to have signals.
An AM radio Boombox DXer.
+ GE SRIII, PR-D5 & TRF on MW.
The usual Realistic culprits on SW (and a Panasonic).