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Offline tesla

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A New Hifer Beacon OH is back on the air
« on: January 04, 2018, 0033 UTC »
HiFer "OH" is back on the air as of 3 Jan18 at 1400 UTC. Frequency should be about 13,555.20 KHz.

Another Hifer beacon is back on the air and during the low part of the Sun spot cycle. Wow

Thanks goes to Chris for allowing the 22 Meter page to come into being.  HFU  has a lot of viewers strung out all over the world.


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Re: A New Hifer Beacon OH is back on the air
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2018, 1616 UTC »
All;

Tom posted an update to his frequency to .....13.556.673 MHz. QRSS10.  I looked for his signal last night without success. I am trying again today and in order to do that I must shut the WM Hifer down.  My outages will be for short duration's while captures are being made. I will be trying both posted frequencies.

Mike 73

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