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Author Topic: HO-68 CW beacon 435790MHZ 1530UTC 07/08/2014  (Read 2269 times)

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HO-68 CW beacon 435790MHZ 1530UTC 07/08/2014
« on: July 08, 2014, 1547 UTC »
HO-68 CW beacon =>435790MHZ 1530UTC 07/08/2014

Of course I had to follow the CW signal downward on the approach of the bird.  Fair signal considering my horror able receiving antenna... the 20 meter vertical  ::)

Just goes to show you really don't need a fancy antenna to at the least hear the CW beacons  ;)

73 Vince
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Re: HO-68 CW beacon 435790KHZ 1530UTC 07/08/2014
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2014, 1653 UTC »
error error...

I did it again...  the header should read 435790KHZ....
73 Vince
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Troy, Ohio. 20m Vertical & low long wire E/W, Yaesu FT-187ND, SDRplay 2, Ratt Shack 2 meter rig, and other little bits of electronics I'm not talking about, homebrewed and otherwise... so there bleech!