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Author Topic: 90dash/min beacon on 8000Khz  (Read 3178 times)


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90dash/min beacon on 8000Khz
« on: July 13, 2008, 2032 UTC »
[UDXF] UID beacon‏
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I just started hearing a 90dash/min beacon on 8000Khz my antenna is
broadside north-south from my Colorado location I dont have a clue as
of yet who is running this beacon...please let me know if you hear it...
it is not any of mine.

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Re: 90dash/min beacon on 8000Khz
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2008, 0316 UTC »
Their used to be an "S" beacon in the Mojave Desert on that frequency. I've heard it here several times and that's a long haul. Wonder if they've reprogrammed it?

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Re: 90dash/min beacon on 8000Khz
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2008, 1307 UTC »
All I hear on 8000 kHz is an African AM station, presumably Eritrea.
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