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one second dit stations
« on: September 28, 2019, 0421 UTC »
Dit Stations slightly out of sync 3 different frequencies:

6801.38 khz,  6803.38 khz and 6805.38 khz.

The 6803.38 khz being the strongest in signal and the 2 others much weaker but about the same as each other in signal strength.

Frequencies #1 and #3 appear to be in sync with the #2 signal a little later (as in a few mili-seconds).

Hope this might be helpful.

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Vince KA1IIC
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