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Author Topic: Possible Drift Net Beacon 1620 UTC 07 SEPTEMBER 2019  (Read 2474 times)

Offline JCMaxwell

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Possible Drift Net Beacon 1620 UTC 07 SEPTEMBER 2019
« on: September 07, 2019, 1650 UTC »
2010.013 kHz

Very faint CW, cannot decode, then followed by just carrier, then CW repeats.

First noticed around 1620z.  Still JBA as of 1650z.  This is between noon and 1 pm local time.
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Re: Possible Drift Net Beacon 1620 UTC 07 SEPTEMBER 2019
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2019, 0016 UTC »
Listened for it a few times, nothing but thunder crashes. Just finished a remodeling project (upside was a new shack & new antennas, downside is now I'm broke). Next up are the 160m antennas. Planning a loop-on-ground & earth-mode dipole for receiving. Drift net season is just around the corner.
Scott / WB4YZA
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Re: Possible Drift Net Beacon 1620 UTC 07 SEPTEMBER 2019
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2019, 1343 UTC »
I sure hope I can catch one or two DNBs this time around!
Jim
NRD-525, Elecraft KX3 and Elecraft PX3 Spectrum Display
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