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  • TdM LABs
    Apr 22 8:54 AM
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      Publish them, Joe. I would like to play with them.

      Jeremy
      www.w7eme.org

      Joe Taylor wrote:
      > Many thanks to all who sent reports of small antennas used to copy
      > KP4AO, and QRP systems used to work us.
      >
      > In case you haven't seen them, be sure to check out the OK1TEH reception
      > of KP4AO in JT65B with a "rubber ducky" antenna at
      >
      > http://ok1teh.nagano.cz/emepic/kp4ao_at_ok1teh_eme.png
      >
      > and also the AF1T/W1MKY "pickle dipole" at the end of the excellent
      > video at
      >
      > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZutOfYLPIMY
      >
      >
      > As I mentioned here before, we made recordings of the whole 432 MHz EME
      > sub-band for much of the time KP4AO was on the air. With appropriate
      > software (e.g., SpectraVue or Linrad) it's possible to "tune the band"
      > in these recordings, picking out callsigns. I spent an hour doing this,
      > last evening. Here's a sorted list of the CW calls I scribbled down as
      > I listened:
      >
      > 9A5SG 9H1BT AE6EQ DF1HF DF1VB DF3RL DJ1RPL DJ5BV DJ8MS DK2ZF
      > DK7AN DK9TF DL3HXS DL5RDI DL6SH DL7FF E73O F2CT F5SE/P F6BCU
      > G3LQR HB9BZA IK1HWG IK6EIW K1DS K1DY K2TXB K4RTS K6AAW K6TSK
      > K7NT K7XC K7XQ KB8U KE7L KH7Y KL7HFQ LA0BY LU1C N2NQI N4SCS
      > N8OL NA6MF OH3HLJ OH6NVQ OK1VVT OK1YK OK2GMO OK2UYZ OM5CM
      > ON5OF PA2CHR PA3DOL RW6AG SF6X SM7GEP SP3YDE SP6ITF UR6IWZ
      > UT5CW UT5JCW VE2JWH W1FKF W1MKY W2CNS W3EP W3KWH W3SZ W4DEX
      > W7CS W7IY WA2ODO WA3DRC WA3XX WA9KRT WB2SIH WB6JZY WW1M YL2HA
      > YL2OK YT2RA
      >
      > No double-checking has been done, and almost surely there are mistakes
      > or typos in this hastily-assembled list. But you get the idea...
      >
      > I probably will not have time to do more of this in the next week or so.
      > If anyone else is interested in listening to our recordings, perhaps
      > to see if your signal is there, let me know and I will post them for
      > public access. Fair warning: the files are *big*, about 1 GB each. And
      > you'll need to know how (or learn how) to use SpectraVue, Linrad, or
      > another such program.
      >
      > -- 73, Joe, K1JT
      >
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