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Author Topic: XPA2 13438 USB 1539 UTC 19 Mar 2017  (Read 399 times)
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« on: March 19, 2017, 1541 UTC »

A very strong signal here, S9 on peaks.
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« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2017, 1554 UTC »

Copied all three scheduled transmissions here in Denver, signal was best at 1500 (S9+20), but all three transmissions were loud and clear. Using Rivet, I decoded all three times as well. Null message.

1500 16338 U
1520 14438 U
1540 13438 U

04922 00001 00000 10144
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Grundig Satellit 750, Tecsun PL-600, SDRPlay RSP2 Pro.
two homebrewed mag loops (10' and 15' circumference).
Soon to include RA0SMS mini-whip, but need mounting before that goes online.
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