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Offline weaksigs

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Re: Fishing Beacon 1730 kHz
« Reply #30 on: October 19, 2011, 1457 UTC »
Wow! Sure love those northern noise levels (or lack thereof!) Nice!
Makes my reception environment look sick in comparison.
I need to throw a loop together and use it to check noise cancellation
whether its domestic or natural. Its mostly the natural down here as I've
recently complained.

I'll try and find some time this weekend as our temperatures, and
hopefully the noise level will follow as it will be in the high 40's.

Until then... keep up the good work!  :)
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Winradio Excalibur G31 & Kenwood TS-590


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Re: Fishing Beacon 1730 kHz
« Reply #32 on: February 02, 2012, 2118 UTC »
Here's a vote to NOT create a separate forum... most of us would be interested and it fits the description  and intent of this forum.
NRD525/TenTec Paragon lotsa wires and some beams