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Author Topic: Big switch up there ?  (Read 384 times)

Offline Ray Lalleu

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Big switch up there ?
« on: May 07, 2020, 1700 UTC »
1658 UTC

For almost 2 hours now, the conditions seem strange,
with sometimes very good propagation, and a few minutes later almost  nothing,
very deep fades.

Sorry, not the place, but you will see that.
D/E/F/G/It/Sp : Dutch/English/French/German/Italian/Spanish
+/- : about 0.02 offset, ++/-- 0.03/0.04 offset
Balanced wire antennas, wire lines and ATU

Online n4mxzimbabwe

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Re: Big switch up there ?
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2020, 0458 UTC »
Who's turn is it to pay the propagation bill??  ;D
Radios:
Kenwood TS-950SDX, Flex SDR-1000, Flex-5000A, RTL SDR Dongle w/ NooElec upconverter for work below 400 kHz using homebrew preselectors; 130 kHz to 30 mHz, and a special series box of my own design - from 150 kHz down to about 3 kHz.

Antennas:
135' Inverted L vertical (98 feet vertical),  192' N4MXZ Big Zapper horizontal doublet, 496' end fed wire for 630 meters, 750 ft OCFD  @ 40/710'