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Author Topic: Sept 12, 2023 beacons logs  (Read 570 times)

Offline stendec

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Sept 12, 2023 beacons logs
« on: September 12, 2023, 1527 UTC »
The following beacon loggings were made at 1300Z (6am pacific) using the KFS Omni SDR:

'A'                     2097      S2
(slow dasher)     4069.4   S3
Desert Whooper 4095.6   S6
Coast Slider       4109.5   S5

and these daytime beacons at 1500Z (8am, 1 hr after sunrise)
Gendarme(?)     6623      S1
Hexy2K             6700.5   (looked for, but not heard)


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Re: Sept 12, 2023 beacons logs
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2023, 2009 UTC »
Nice logs!

Gendarme is a big whooper roughly at 6627 KHz. Maybe you heard Rainy at 6623 KHz?

Instead of using the omni try using the SE and SW kiwis instead to get better signal strength.
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