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Re: 9 cms antennas

Lou Blasco
 

Hi All,

Our group has a files section. It would benefit many if the drawings were made available there.

Regards

Lou
VK3ALB


At 11:38 08/12/2019, you wrote:
I’m interested as well, Ferdinand. Would appreciate a copy of the drawing.
73
Dave, ZL3FJ
 
 
From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [ mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of militaryoperator via Groups.Io
Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2019 11:42
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] 9 cms antennas
 
On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 11:30 AM, Ferdinand DC8EC wrote:
i built a 9cm Yagi at the kitchen table over 30 years ago. If you are interested, I can send you the drawing and a picture. Gain 15.2 dBd,
measured in the aerospace antenna laboratory at MBB Ottobrunn, my former qrl , together with Ulf DK2RV.
(I do not produce this yagi !! , hi)
73 de Ferdinand DC8EC
Ferdinand. Could you send me your drawings for 9Cm yagi please?  Thanks, Ben G4BXD

Re: 9 cms antennas

Dave Brown
 

I’m interested as well, Ferdinand. Would appreciate a copy of the drawing.

73

Dave, ZL3FJ

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of militaryoperator via Groups.Io
Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2019 11:42
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] 9 cms antennas

 

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 11:30 AM, Ferdinand DC8EC wrote:

i built a 9cm Yagi at the kitchen table over 30 years ago. If you are interested, I can send you the drawing and a picture. Gain 15.2 dBd,

measured in the aerospace antenna laboratory at MBB Ottobrunn, my former qrl , together with Ulf DK2RV.
(I do not produce this yagi !! , hi)
73 de Ferdinand DC8EC

Ferdinand. Could you send me your drawings for 9Cm yagi please?  Thanks, Ben G4BXD

Re: Rainscatter

Mark GM4ISM
 

Neil
Not too bad here but understood..
 
QRT now
 
Lest see what tomorrow brings
 
 
Mark GM4ISM
 

Sent: Saturday, December 07, 2019 11:24 PM
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] Rainscatter
 

Good chance of my SCAM12 being bent at right-angles Mark, blowing like a blowy thing here tonight. 26mph with gusts to 45 and getting worse. Dish is hiding in the lee of the barn for now.

Neil G4DBN

On 07/12/2019 22:33, Mark GM4ISM via Groups.Io wrote:
Anyone on this evening from Northern G?
Good possibility of RS
 
Mark GM4ISM IO85AR

Re: Rainscatter

Neil Smith G4DBN
 

Good chance of my SCAM12 being bent at right-angles Mark, blowing like a blowy thing here tonight. 26mph with gusts to 45 and getting worse. Dish is hiding in the lee of the barn for now.

Neil G4DBN

On 07/12/2019 22:33, Mark GM4ISM via Groups.Io wrote:
Anyone on this evening from Northern G?
Good possibility of RS
 
Mark GM4ISM IO85AR

Calling 10368.110

Mark GM4ISM
 

Calling on 110 , 135ETN at the moment  listening on Zello,  ON4KST
 
Mark GM4ISM
IO85AR

Re: 9 cms antennas

militaryoperator
 

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 11:30 AM, Ferdinand DC8EC wrote:
i built a 9cm Yagi at the kitchen table over 30 years ago. If you are interested, I can send you the drawing and a picture. Gain 15.2 dBd,
measured in the aerospace antenna laboratory at MBB Ottobrunn, my former qrl , together with Ulf DK2RV.
(I do not produce this yagi !! , hi)
73 de Ferdinand DC8EC
Ferdinand. Could you send me your drawings for 9Cm yagi please?  Thanks, Ben G4BXD

Rainscatter

Mark GM4ISM
 

Anyone on this evening from Northern G?
Good possibility of RS
 
Mark GM4ISM IO85AR

Scatterpoint activity reports wanted

John Worsnop
 

Any Activity/project reports for November/ December gratefully accepted by tomorow morning.
Anyone had any terrestrial QSOs? Built anything useful? It's all a bit EME- biased at the moment.

73 John 

Re: Tropagation

Nicholas Shaxted
 

It is a very complex system to understand that is for sure.

Homo Sapiens need to control then environment, whether water flow, agriculture or farming is likely to have a strong influence on that type of ecosystem too.

Ultimately I guess it all relates to global temperature rise and its causes.

 

Now that I have a decent reference signal in PI7ALK on 3cm I have the ability to monitor weather and sea surface effects over a decent 300km path.

The team at PI7ALK are almost ready to go with a 24Ghz beacon from the same location (albeit about 15dB lower erp). It might be interesting to see how signals vary with sea surface temperatures and note also the effects of weather scatter on the signals.

 

The Beaconspot database should be able to provide some raw data correlate with local and semi-local environmental conditions.

 

On the non-microwave bands the data is skewed a little by use of modern technology, but still should provide a decent resource to allow analysis of PMSE / Auroral effects

I’ll need to have a look and a think about how to use the data.

 

In the meantime the Parker Probe should provide some interest to sunspotters.

http://parkersolarprobe.jhuapl.edu/

 

regards

Nick

 

 

 

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io On Behalf Of John Fell via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 6, 2019 12:19 PM
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] Tropagation

 

Hot air in London ..... Westminster area source perhaps ?

 

My late Brother in Law was a PHD fresh water fish biologist who did extensive  work in Africa - I mentioned Sunspots to him and his reply was interesting .

 

There is a strong link between low Sunspot count and fish and animal activity in the records .River flow rates are modified , which implies that WX patterns are modified , which I guess means more or less rainfall and related tropo layer modifications .

The increase in temperature  probably also inputs to this .

 

73

John

 

On Fri, 6 Dec 2019 at 11:53, Nicholas Shaxted <nick@...> wrote:

Hi John,

 

<snip>” Whatever happened to the EU wide October Tropo events that were regular features of the 1970/80s - we used to joke that it was the lack of Sunspots - that may need a re-think ....?<snip>

 

I’m too young to directly remember those events 😊

Experience gained from my time in GM-land I have noticed a drop in widespread long term tropo events and an increase in extreme weather events. Across the European continent there is an increase in extreme temperature related events throughout the year

 

The last n-years has seen an absence of the usual stable Azores High in the summer months which is currently being attributed to “Climate Change”.

 

One also has to remember the huge change in technology along with reduction in amateur radio operator numbers over this time will also have a contribution to contact densities.

 

A Scandinavian High at the end of January for a couple of weeks would be quite good to start the year off. Sadly I suspect that will not be the case given the cold Arctic plunges affecting North America.

The thermodynamic data has been showing little variation (except for earlier this week)

The exception is of course London where the data in, Skew-T diagram form, tends to show a high frequency of hot air trapped at very low levels.

 

Frohe Weihnachten

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io On Behalf Of John Fell via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 6, 2019 9:58 AM
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

FB Graham - GB3USK is running at moment .

I monitor frequently and this was the first time recently that it was not there .10.10 cloud cover today but your wind generator should be generating - blowing well overnight locally .

 

Nick , interesting reports - tropogation has been particularly lacking here for several weeks now on 10GHZ .

I was working 10GHZ EME at G4RFR yesterday pm till 21.30 and even the EME path was poor !

 

 

Seasons Greetings .

 

John

G0API

 

 

On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 14:25, Graham G3TCT <g3tct@...> wrote:

Hi John

I'm afraid the batteries are at absolute minimum and the beacon is going on and off randomly at present. If the voltage code is at 200 or less, it's likely to fail very shortly. So no need to worry about weird propagation, i guess.
Thanks for the reports.
73
Graham

Re: Tropagation

John Fell
 

Hot air in London ..... Westminster area source perhaps ?

My late Brother in Law was a PHD fresh water fish biologist who did extensive  work in Africa - I mentioned Sunspots to him and his reply was interesting .

There is a strong link between low Sunspot count and fish and animal activity in the records .River flow rates are modified , which implies that WX patterns are modified , which I guess means more or less rainfall and related tropo layer modifications .
The increase in temperature  probably also inputs to this .

73
John

On Fri, 6 Dec 2019 at 11:53, Nicholas Shaxted <nick@...> wrote:

Hi John,

 

<snip>” Whatever happened to the EU wide October Tropo events that were regular features of the 1970/80s - we used to joke that it was the lack of Sunspots - that may need a re-think ....?<snip>

 

I’m too young to directly remember those events 😊

Experience gained from my time in GM-land I have noticed a drop in widespread long term tropo events and an increase in extreme weather events. Across the European continent there is an increase in extreme temperature related events throughout the year

 

The last n-years has seen an absence of the usual stable Azores High in the summer months which is currently being attributed to “Climate Change”.

 

One also has to remember the huge change in technology along with reduction in amateur radio operator numbers over this time will also have a contribution to contact densities.

 

A Scandinavian High at the end of January for a couple of weeks would be quite good to start the year off. Sadly I suspect that will not be the case given the cold Arctic plunges affecting North America.

The thermodynamic data has been showing little variation (except for earlier this week)

The exception is of course London where the data in, Skew-T diagram form, tends to show a high frequency of hot air trapped at very low levels.

 

Frohe Weihnachten

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io On Behalf Of John Fell via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 6, 2019 9:58 AM
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

FB Graham - GB3USK is running at moment .

I monitor frequently and this was the first time recently that it was not there .10.10 cloud cover today but your wind generator should be generating - blowing well overnight locally .

 

Nick , interesting reports - tropogation has been particularly lacking here for several weeks now on 10GHZ .

I was working 10GHZ EME at G4RFR yesterday pm till 21.30 and even the EME path was poor !

 

 

Seasons Greetings .

 

John

G0API

 

 

On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 14:25, Graham G3TCT <g3tct@...> wrote:

Hi John

I'm afraid the batteries are at absolute minimum and the beacon is going on and off randomly at present. If the voltage code is at 200 or less, it's likely to fail very shortly. So no need to worry about weird propagation, i guess.
Thanks for the reports.
73
Graham

Tropagation

Nicholas Shaxted
 

Hi John,

 

<snip>” Whatever happened to the EU wide October Tropo events that were regular features of the 1970/80s - we used to joke that it was the lack of Sunspots - that may need a re-think ....?<snip>

 

I’m too young to directly remember those events 😊

Experience gained from my time in GM-land I have noticed a drop in widespread long term tropo events and an increase in extreme weather events. Across the European continent there is an increase in extreme temperature related events throughout the year

 

The last n-years has seen an absence of the usual stable Azores High in the summer months which is currently being attributed to “Climate Change”.

 

One also has to remember the huge change in technology along with reduction in amateur radio operator numbers over this time will also have a contribution to contact densities.

 

A Scandinavian High at the end of January for a couple of weeks would be quite good to start the year off. Sadly I suspect that will not be the case given the cold Arctic plunges affecting North America.

The thermodynamic data has been showing little variation (except for earlier this week)

The exception is of course London where the data in, Skew-T diagram form, tends to show a high frequency of hot air trapped at very low levels.

 

Frohe Weihnachten

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io On Behalf Of John Fell via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 6, 2019 9:58 AM
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

FB Graham - GB3USK is running at moment .

I monitor frequently and this was the first time recently that it was not there .10.10 cloud cover today but your wind generator should be generating - blowing well overnight locally .

 

Nick , interesting reports - tropogation has been particularly lacking here for several weeks now on 10GHZ .

I was working 10GHZ EME at G4RFR yesterday pm till 21.30 and even the EME path was poor !

 

 

Seasons Greetings .

 

John

G0API

 

 

On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 14:25, Graham G3TCT <g3tct@...> wrote:

Hi John

I'm afraid the batteries are at absolute minimum and the beacon is going on and off randomly at present. If the voltage code is at 200 or less, it's likely to fail very shortly. So no need to worry about weird propagation, i guess.
Thanks for the reports.
73
Graham

Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

John Fell
 

FB Graham - GB3USK is running at moment .
I monitor frequently and this was the first time recently that it was not there .10.10 cloud cover today but your wind generator should be generating - blowing well overnight locally .

Nick , interesting reports - tropogation has been particularly lacking here for several weeks now on 10GHZ .
I was working 10GHZ EME at G4RFR yesterday pm till 21.30 and even the EME path was poor !

Whatever happened to the EU wide October Tropo events that were regular features of the 1970/80s - we used to joke that it was the lack of Sunspots - that may need a re-think ....?

Seasons Greetings .

John
G0API


On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 14:25, Graham G3TCT <g3tct@...> wrote:
Hi John

I'm afraid the batteries are at absolute minimum and the beacon is going on and off randomly at present. If the voltage code is at 200 or less, it's likely to fail very shortly. So no need to worry about weird propagation, i guess.
Thanks for the reports.
73
Graham

DC-20 GHz, 1 dB compression point +25 dBm amplifier.

 

This is an interesting chip. Although rated to 20 GHz, the data sheet shows 15 dB gain at 24 GHz, falling to 0 dB at 30 GHz. 


I don’t expect they are cheap. 

Dave
--
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Kirkby Microwave Ltd,
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https://www.kirkbymicrowave.co.uk/
Telephone 01621-680100./ +44 1621 680100

Registered in England & Wales, company number 08914892.
Registered office:
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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

Nicholas Shaxted
 

Hi John

I had a similar thing happen on 3cm today.

Sub-refraction was noticeable on the normal path from here to GB3MHz and GB3PKT.

PI7ALK was what is best described as “watery” a considerable amount of phase and amplitude variation attributable to either surface or very low ducting (usually tops of fog banks).

PI7ALK disappeared for a while and DB0GHZ appeared 😊

 

The High pressure has slipped away and is still influencing European continent activity (OE5VRL with 149km at 47GHz).

Latest ionosound data suggests that there is still an inversion affecting Paris, Brussels and Luxembourg.

Helgoland, Copenhagen and Brest show normal temperature drop with height.

Wee bit of a temp increase with height at London and Manchester, confined to below 500m, r but that will have disappeared with the advanced rain front…

 

As I write this I have PI7ALK a little below normal strength. I am just looking at 10368.920 for DB0VC. My signal integration/correlation process is showing a weak smudge on the waterfall for the last half hour.

Chances of seeing that grow in strength for positive identification are receding as the cloud increases.

 

 

Regards

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io On Behalf Of John Fell via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, December 5, 2019 12:33 PM
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Thanks to all who replied .

 

GB3USK is at nominal level still here but I may have sussed why it was missing earlier ...

 

Shortly after the posting to Phil , I drove down the North side of the 200Ft asl "hill" I live on top of , down into the Stour Valley.

 

At approx 50FT lower I could look across a pure white mist/Fog blanket and at this point the river turns in the direction of the USK beacon .

Possibly I was above the thermal layer and locked out .

On bore sight of my 39el DL6WU at 6m agl USK is normally 35dB above noise floor in 6HZ RBW .

 

As I mentioned earlier , all other normal UK beacons were present , but these are all to the East/NE of me and apart from G8MBU , a lot further away than USK .

Other than that the bands are extremely flat with me - where has the Tropo gone ?  Que pressure drop ..........

 

73

John

G0API

 

On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 12:00, Ralph via Groups.Io <Ralph.Bird=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

GB3USK 1296.870 539 Here close to Plymouth over the top of Princetown Dartmoor.

Only 529 this morning.

 

73

Ralph

 

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From: John Lemay
Sent: 05 December 2019 11:47
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Beacon is audible in JO01.

 

Phil - be careful what you wish for - I believe that rather a lot of wind is forecast for the coming few days !

 

John G4ZTR

 

-----Original Message-----

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Guttridge G3TCU

Sent: 05 December 2019 10:07

To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io

Cc: Graham Kimbell (G3TCT)

Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT

will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &

wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

 

73, Phil G3TCU

 

 

 

On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:

> Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?

> Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .

> 73

> John

> G0API

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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

Graham G3TCT
 

Hi John

I'm afraid the batteries are at absolute minimum and the beacon is going on and off randomly at present. If the voltage code is at 200 or less, it's likely to fail very shortly. So no need to worry about weird propagation, i guess.
Thanks for the reports.
73
Graham

Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

John Fell
 

Thanks to all who replied .

GB3USK is at nominal level still here but I may have sussed why it was missing earlier ...

Shortly after the posting to Phil , I drove down the North side of the 200Ft asl "hill" I live on top of , down into the Stour Valley.

At approx 50FT lower I could look across a pure white mist/Fog blanket and at this point the river turns in the direction of the USK beacon .
Possibly I was above the thermal layer and locked out .
On bore sight of my 39el DL6WU at 6m agl USK is normally 35dB above noise floor in 6HZ RBW .

As I mentioned earlier , all other normal UK beacons were present , but these are all to the East/NE of me and apart from G8MBU , a lot further away than USK .
Other than that the bands are extremely flat with me - where has the Tropo gone ?  Que pressure drop ..........

73
John
G0API


On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 12:00, Ralph via Groups.Io <Ralph.Bird=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

GB3USK 1296.870 539 Here close to Plymouth over the top of Princetown Dartmoor.

Only 529 this morning.

 

73

Ralph

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: John Lemay
Sent: 05 December 2019 11:47
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Beacon is audible in JO01.

 

Phil - be careful what you wish for - I believe that rather a lot of wind is forecast for the coming few days !

 

John G4ZTR

 

-----Original Message-----

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Guttridge G3TCU

Sent: 05 December 2019 10:07

To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io

Cc: Graham Kimbell (G3TCT)

Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT

will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &

wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

 

73, Phil G3TCU

 

 

 

On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:

> Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?

> Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .

> 

> 73

> John

> G0API

>

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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

Ralph
 

GB3USK 1296.870 539 Here close to Plymouth over the top of Princetown Dartmoor.

Only 529 this morning.

 

73

Ralph

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: John Lemay
Sent: 05 December 2019 11:47
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Beacon is audible in JO01.

 

Phil - be careful what you wish for - I believe that rather a lot of wind is forecast for the coming few days !

 

John G4ZTR

 

-----Original Message-----

From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Guttridge G3TCU

Sent: 05 December 2019 10:07

To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io

Cc: Graham Kimbell (G3TCT)

Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

 

Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT

will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &

wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

 

73, Phil G3TCU

 

 

 

On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:

> Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?

> Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .

> 73

> John

> G0API

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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

John Lemay
 

Beacon is audible in JO01.

Phil - be careful what you wish for - I believe that rather a lot of wind is forecast for the coming few days !

John G4ZTR

-----Original Message-----
From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io [mailto:UKMicrowaves@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Guttridge G3TCU
Sent: 05 December 2019 10:07
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Cc: Graham Kimbell (G3TCT)
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT
will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &
wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

73, Phil G3TCU



On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:
Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?
Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .

73
John
G0API


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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

John Fell
 

Hi Phil,
Tnxs for the report -it is back at normal level here now .Perhaps I looked too early and it was still on overnight standby .
Seasons Greetings 
John
G0API

On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 10:07, Phil Guttridge G3TCU <p.guttridge@...> wrote:
Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT
will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &
wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

73, Phil G3TCU



On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:
> Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?
> Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .
>
> 73
> John
> G0API
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Re: GB3USK -1296.870MHZ

malcolm johnson
 

Hi John,

good signal here too, with the mast down.

73

Malcolm G0UHY



From: UKMicrowaves@groups.io <UKMicrowaves@groups.io> on behalf of Phil Guttridge G3TCU <p.guttridge@...>
Sent: 05 December 2019 10:07
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io <UKMicrowaves@groups.io>
Cc: Graham Kimbell (G3TCT) <g3tct@...>
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] GB3USK -1296.870MHZ
 
Yes, it's about a normal signal here but I don't know if Graham G3TCT
will be able to keep it going for normal hours much longer, it's solar &
wind powered and there isn't much of either at the moment!

73, Phil G3TCU



On 05/12/2019 09:37, John Fell via Groups.Io wrote:
> Not hearing GB3USK - anyone else copy it ?
> Usual UK beacons are at nominal levels .
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