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Author Topic: Tracking Morse code on 40 meters  (Read 577 times)

Offline Jasper26

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Tracking Morse code on 40 meters
« on: April 06, 2018, 1847 UTC »
04/06/18   7056MHz @ 18:34:18 - 18:35:24 USB solid S3
Then it moved to
7033MHz & repeated @ 18:37:25 - 18:38:33 again USB at a solid S3
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Re: Tracking Morse code on 40 meters
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2018, 0020 UTC »
These are ham radio operators.
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Re: Tracking Morse code on 40 meters
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2018, 2005 UTC »
Thanks admin. I listen to 40 meters alot & just noticed it recently, I've been off the HF for the last 21 months. My apologies
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