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Offline VE2TH

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New test beacon
« on: January 31, 2014, 01:56:28 UTC »
Hello all,

I'm listening tonite as usual,  on the old forty meter, and I'm hearing a beacon on 7,039.50 MHz.

DIT DIT DIT DIT  OK0EPB DIT DIT DIT, 4.1 DIT DIT DIT OK0EPB DIT DIT DIT , THEN TIME, UTC 0153.

I checked in QRZ & BUCKMASTER CALLBOOK  and found nothing.

Usually when I hear a beacon I listen for a while, and I send a QSL reception report or an e-mail with all the détails.

This time nothing to do  :-\ or someone else can give me some info about that.

Thanks for your help.

72 Michel VE2TH  QRP

P.S. 40 meters is very good here and it is always open 24/24 hours day with varying propagation, day/night.
I love QRP/QRPp & CW

Offline G0BVZ

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Re: New test beacon
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2014, 09:32:14 UTC »
Hello all,

I'm listening tonite as usual,  on the old forty meter, and I'm hearing a beacon on 7,039.50 MHz......


Hi Michel,

Does this help?

http://ok0epb.nagano.cz/index.php?page=Main+page

Vic /in the lamp house, enjoying the view.....


Offline VE2TH

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Re: New test beacon
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2014, 16:10:23 UTC »

Hello  Vic

 A "BIG THANK YOU" it is always very much appreciated.

I keep this link in beacon folder, and after more days of listening sent a complete report,
sure they will appreciate.

See you on the bands,

Michel/ now back to read this...

I love QRP/QRPp & CW