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Author Topic: Over The Horizon Radar OTHR  (Read 422 times)

Offline TheGhost

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Over The Horizon Radar OTHR
« on: February 23, 2022, 1924 UTC »
following on the conversation About OTHR signals
Had a quick look about the bands  and Logged  the following, Location: Scotland  Time: 19:00 -19:15 UTC  Date:23/02/2022 , SDRPlayRSP pro ,11Mtr Endfed
8.9060 Strong
6.4720  Weak
6.550   Weak , 20Hz bandwidth
and  6720  weak
Because of the nature of OTHR,s  They will use the best  frequency for Propagation, so may jump about 
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Offline NQC

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Re: Over The Horizon Radar OTHR
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2022, 1607 UTC »
Hey Ghost,

I do see what appear to be ionosoundes sweeping by , but they could be anybody’s.

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