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Offline syfr

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Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« on: January 10, 2021, 0104 UTC »



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img tags don't seem to work for me, so:

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4094 and DW and The Dasher via the KFS Omni
« Last Edit: January 10, 2021, 0109 UTC by syfr »
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Re: Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2021, 1251 UTC »
Image Tip: Put the URL of the image itself (with the.jpeg .png or whatever extension) between the img tags:

[ i m g ] https://i.imgur.com/0C8Wavj.jpeg [ / i m g ]

(without the spaces I had to add so you could actually see the text of course)

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Re: Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2021, 0157 UTC »
Some strong Saturday Night Beacon Fever

4094.0 ditter
4095.6 Desert Whooper  BAT 13.0  TMP  51  PV 0.0
4097.2 dasher
4102.8 Windy acting normal with decent wind dits, B 11.9  and T  55

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Re: Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2021, 1819 UTC »
Wind(y) sure puts in a very strong signal to your receiver!
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Re: Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2021, 0410 UTC »
Wind(y) sure puts in a very strong signal to your receiver!

I truly wish I owned the KFS SDR site and all of the antennas too!

TCI 530 Omni LP 6 dBi gain -- TCI 532 LP, 12 dBi gain -- TCI 532 LP, 12 dBi gain -- TCI 537B LP, 15 dBi gain @ 135

Until I can set up my VHF/UHF LP yagi and it's rotator I don't have an anchor point for my longwires. That means not much HF reception at home so I use the "free" online SDRs for now.
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Re: Saturday night trio-- the 4094 joins the party
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2021, 1349 UTC »
Ahhhh!

Yes, those gain numbers shown at that site are remarkable !

All it takes is a priceless site and a multi million dollar custom engineered antenna ! :)
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