From: Neil Whiting
> If you look
on http://www.beaconspot.eu you can see
that the spots show the
> frequency has been drifting down over the
last few months.
> It was last reported on 1296.846, so looks like your
frequency is good.
> I can't hear it at present so can't
> Try this link - hopefully it will work for you:
for that. I had not thought of looking there so it was appreciated.
had quoted an approximate frequency that was displayed when the keying gave a
reasonable tone. I can only read Morse when I know what I am receiving and
speed is very low!
I just tried again and tuned for zero beat
when it was not keying. It now shows
1296.845.8 which is very close to the
frequency given on that web page. I am now
more confident than I was
before that my calibration seems to be as good as I
need it to be as I
only use SSB on that band.
I am now hoping to be able to get more QSOs
with some of you on 23 cms. I have
worked a few G stations on the band and
during VHF NFD was getting a very strong
signal from EI9E/P which I also
worked on 6 m, 2 m and 70 cms. Best DX so far
has been DB6NT, out of 6
countries worked, but I am still looking for a GW as
that should be
relatively easy if someone is in a good location.