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Author Topic: Pips network 04/13/2018  (Read 318 times)

Offline ka1iic

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Pips network 04/13/2018
« on: April 13, 2018, 2030 UTC »
Found a few pips as follows:

3760,  3820,  3880,  3940,  4000,  4060,  4240,  4300,  4360,  4430,  4500,  4570,  4640,  4710, 4780,  4850,  4920,  4990,  5060,  5140,  5220,  5300,  5380

off at 1954 utc  BTW the pips are approximately 3.7 seconds apart.  I am assuming these are all the same as the SDR in wide band mode show the 'pips' at the  exact same time on every frequency.  I may have missed some :-) 

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