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Offline Teotwaki

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Re: Teotwaki's Afternoon Beacon Log
« Reply #405 on: March 15, 2022, 2038 UTC »
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6700.530 KHz  Hexie2K fair signal
Jim
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Re: Teotwaki's Afternoon Beacon Log
« Reply #406 on: May 03, 2022, 0018 UTC »
4095.70 KHz  Desert Whooper, 150 Hz whoop, telemetry BAT 14.4  oTMP  89  iTMP 100  PV  299 strong sig
4095.92 KHz  Drifting dasher, poor frequency stability, good sig
4097.28 KHz  Fast dasher, good sig
4109.35 KHz  Coast Slider, slow 400 Hz wide whoop, fair sig
6627.20 KHz  fast dasher beacon, almost 1 KHz wide, faint signal
6700.50 KHz  Hexie2K, fair sig
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