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Heathkit

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Dasher 4081.75
« on: May 05, 2021, 1444 UTC »
Just caught a dasher on 4081.75 on VE7GL SDR whilst spinning through the band. Abruptly off at 1438Z

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Re: Dasher 4081.75
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2021, 1724 UTC »
I can occasionally copy this slow dasher mornings around 1630Z at using either the KFS and KPH omnis. Not very strong, maybe S1-S2, and plainly visible on the waterfall. Also hear it weakly on the Crooked River SDR in OR, but even weaker. But nothing heard on any other SDRs in WA, NV or So Cal. Any info on this one? I don't see it in the active beacon list.

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Heathkit

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Re: Dasher 4081.75
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2021, 1640 UTC »
Thank you! So I wasn't hearing things  ;D

I've actually had such bad luck SDR and SWL'ing lately I've given up until later this winter ::)

Anyone else catch this?

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Re: Dasher 4081.75
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2021, 0537 UTC »
I attempted to post a screenshot (hosted on imgur) of the waterfall but couldn't make it work. Any tips on how to post screen shots?

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Re: Dasher 4081.75
« Reply #4 on: November 20, 2021, 1554 UTC »
I attempted to post a screenshot (hosted on imgur) of the waterfall but couldn't make it work. Any tips on how to post screen shots?

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