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Author Topic: 13560 kHz Time Signal ? 0100 UTC 15 Jan 2018  (Read 2093 times)

Offline Mixer

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Re: 13560 kHz Time Signal ? 0100 UTC 15 Jan 2018
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2018, 0426 UTC »
Token: I just took a listen to your web SDR. What I hear right at the moment on 13.560 USB sounds closest to what was coming from the gas pumps at the convenience store. (Very fast pulses).

Indeed, a mobile SDR expedition with the ability to see signals as well as hear them could prove interesting.
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Re: 13560 kHz Time Signal ? 0100 UTC 15 Jan 2018
« Reply #16 on: February 01, 2018, 1503 UTC »
I was hoping this forum would relate to actual Beacons with IDs  ...
Maybe this thread would best be put in the mystery signal area.

Also, if a person is going to put the effort into putting a beacon on the air it's general
location would be important for listeners so they could determine propagation paths...

Maybe I'm alone in my thinking. That won't be the first time. LOL