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Offline ke8dnu

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DNU hifer beacon
« on: September 03, 2018, 1926 UTC »
Good afternoon! I finally assembled the amazing Black Cat Systems 22 m beacon and have officially placed it on the air as of 16:24 utc, 09-03-18

The frequency is approx 13.561.6 and the callsign is the suffix of my amateur call, DNU.

I will be attempting to keep this on as full time as possible.


I would love sone paper qsl reports, but digital is FB as well.


73, Adam.
Amateur Extra, ARRL Accredited VE

Offline Ed H

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Re: DNU hifer beacon
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2018, 0014 UTC »
I'll listen out when next at the radio bench.

Also have some nice printed QSL's for my beacon (PVC), and would be overjoyed to receive a report and send one off in the mail.

Cheers

Ed

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Re: DNU hifer beacon
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2018, 0018 UTC »
Hey ed!

I was listening all day and heard absolutely nothing hihi

If I ever do hear yours I will certainly qsl!


I will be re-working the antenna over the course of the week...i'm on a small city lot in a very urban area and the dipoles are taking over!!


All the best, 73

KE8DNU
Amateur Extra, ARRL Accredited VE