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DNB 01 & 02 April logs...
« on: April 02, 2019, 1124 UTC »
Logs of 01st and 02nd April 2019, would appreciate if these are heard from Asia or western coast of North America please post a report, the "status" indicates when first heard last month.

A total of 134 different DNB's were logged for the month of March 2019 between 1.700 and 2.700MHz.



Freq   Mode   UTC    Call   Report    Status (first heard)

1.865  CW   0834z  GE0        539     since 20th March
2.070  CW   0837z  XK4        559     since 21st March 
2.110  CW   0800z  NF7        519     since 19th March
2.121  CW   0803z  CX1        519
2.151  CW   0752z  CY9        559     since 16th March
2.153  CW   0754z  AFEE       529    since 20th March
2.205  CW   0759z  TEEE       519    misfiring, since 22nd March
2.235  CW   1155z  XY1         529
2.280  CW   0810z  SX3        539
2.395  CW   1214z  IJ8          539
2.315  CW   0825z  IW6        529
2.395  CW   0750z  IJ8          539
2.413  CW   0756z  ZW8       529
2.553  CW   0813z  AT0        519
2.565  CW   0735z  DN3        519    since 21st March
2.572  CW   1340z  CP4        519     since 22nd March
2.600  CW   0801z  RZ0       419      since 18th March
2.639  CW   0713z  ZN9       539      since 23rd March
2.689  CW   1157z  VM6       549     since 20th March
« Last Edit: April 02, 2019, 1257 UTC by Looking-Glass »
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