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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2021, 0125 UTC »
4097.2 just showed up fading in and out. 01:21 UTC 14 JAN 2021
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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #16 on: January 15, 2021, 1945 UTC »
I have the 7999.2 version of this dasher here, fading in and out. No sign off its twin on 4097.2 right now. Maybe that is a name "twin dashers"... that is.... unless there are more of them lurking out there tied to these two. 19:45 UTC 15 JAN 2021
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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #17 on: January 16, 2021, 0006 UTC »
7992.2 very strong here on the longwire and Airspy HF+ Discovery, 4097.22 is also there but very weak right at the noise floor fading on the vertical and the Airspy HF+ (I run them at the same time on two different computers). They look the same signal wise comparing between either SDR or antenna. Right now what I am hearing and seeing is they are alternating, one keying when the other is off and vis versa. Could be just latency between the two SDRs and computers but it seems real consistent with no overlap between the two. 00:05 UTC 16 JAN 2021
« Last Edit: January 16, 2021, 0007 UTC by DYGradio »
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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #18 on: January 16, 2021, 1336 UTC »
Interesting logs, Ron. I'll have to give a listen with some Kiwi's around 0000z tonight.

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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #19 on: January 17, 2021, 0532 UTC »
Interesting logs, Ron. I'll have to give a listen with some Kiwi's around 0000z tonight.

Thanks, I will be interested in what you hear. This was the first time I could ever hear both of them at the same time. Got tied up this evening and didn't get to listen earlier. I have 4097.22 now weak and fading but there, no joy on 7992.2. 05:30 UTC 17 JAN 2021
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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2021, 0036 UTC »
Well, could hear 4097 via KFS very strong here, but nothing at 799x. WiIll try again later though as there's some Peskies up there now.
« Last Edit: January 18, 2021, 0202 UTC by syfr »
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Re: New Dasher 4097.22 KHz ?
« Reply #21 on: January 22, 2021, 2059 UTC »
7999.2 fairly strong. No joy on 4097.22 right now. 20:58 UTC 22 JAN 2021
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Vertical, longwire, homebrew shielded loops and other experimental antennas.