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Offline Ary-B

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Beacon logs
« on: February 09, 2013, 1251 UTC »
Cool ! I finally heard several amateur beacons myself via a remote receiver in California. I often heard about them but they are too weak to copy them here in The Netherlands.

4079.0  TMP BEACON, SW ARIZONA      1123   9-2-2013   TMP38      
4096.3  DASHER, JOSHUA TREE NP         1131   9-2-2013   DASHER      
4102.3  WIND BEACON, SE CALIFORNIA   1133   9-2-2013   WIND BEACON "W" + dots      
4094.4  "P" BEACON, ARKANSAS         1140   9-2-2013   "P"      
4095.9  DAHSER, VIRGINIA?              1143   9-2-2013   DASHER   

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Re: Beacon logs
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2013, 0229 UTC »
Nice Job ARY-B!
I hear these only rarely even here in Florida!
So, don't be disappointed that you can't hear them from
across the "pond".

Nice to see you used the remote receivers to finally hear these guys!

Its good hearing a report from the Netherlands regardless of the method!

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