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DNB three on one frequency.
« on: May 21, 2019, 0416 UTC »
Great opening for the DNB's last night with many new loggings and some old favourites that have been active since March noted too.

Of special interest was a "three on one" situation, not heard for many months 20th May (UTC date):

2.305  DZ3  1221z  559 report  last heard 19th April.

2.305  GX6  1222z  539 report a new logging.

2.305  UI6  1224z  529 report last heard 26th March.

GX6 was virtually "tail gating" DZ3 and UI6 followed around a minute later after GX6 had keyed off. Never heard three beacons on the same frequency so close together before.

Little irregularities like that make it all the more fun and interesting this way... ;)
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