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yes it runs all of the time. I runs about 80mW to a wg horn.
the antenna is ponting NW if I recall but I can move if that would help.
I am clear to the west an north and have a good view of the Blackhill
an Shotts masts. I can hear the kilsyth beacon/repeater all of the time just above the noise but itis quite strong a lot of the time on RS. I can run about 1W to a 30 cm dish from home. Just looked you up on qrz.com and realised ou are quite local.
--- In email@example.com, "Chris" <chris.yln@...> wrote:
Hi Brian is your beacon on now
----- Original Message -----
From: Brian Flynn
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 12:46 PM
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Re: Activity List for the First 5.7/10/24GHz Cumulative - Sunday 31st May 09:00-20:00 UTC
PS My personal beacon is on 10,368.080 +/- a bit of drift and should be audible in Livingston if you find a clear spot to the east.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Brian Flynn" <brian.flynn@> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> I could try 10 G and even 24 G if you are onTuesday or Weds
> I am in Edinburgh (io85jv) but have a very clear take-off towards Glasgow
> Brian, GM8BJF
> --- In email@example.com, Dave Ackrill <dave.g0dja@> wrote:
> > Eddie G0EHV wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > Both Rob (M0DTS) and myself (G0EHV) will be out /P on Sunday.
> > Not looking good for me I'm afraid to say.
> > Having thought I might be OK, as we wont be having my grand-daughter
> > over to stay that weekend, it's now less likely as my partners youngest
> > daughter has decided to 'organise' a party for Kate's birthday (which is
> > on Friday) involving various members of the family and Kate's
> > Grandchildren coming to our place over the weekend.
> > As with all of these sorts of chaotic events organised by someone else
> > at short notice I'm now not sure what's going to happen on Sunday.
> > However, I may persuade Kate that what she will want to do is have a lie
> > in on Sunday to get over the events and I'll nip out for a few hours to
> > play radio.
> > However, it's likely to have to be a local spot and not a commanding
> > altitude.
> > I also hope to do a trial of the larger dish in the week on a trip for
> > work up to Ayr, on Tuesday evening, and a place between Edinburgh and
> > Glasgow on Wednesday evening if I can get the gear sorted out on Monday.
> > Dave (G0DJA)
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