KU4XR - DFCW-180 on 160 meters tonite

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KU4XR - DFCW-180 on 160 meters tonite

Message par F4DTL » 29 mai 2010, 21:13

Hello all:

If the weather does not turn bad, and my rig holds up. I hope to
be transmitting DFCW-180 starting at 23:00 UTC for 3 hours maybe.
The DFCW will send the letters " XR " and there will be a CW ID
sequence inserted between some of the characters at 20 wpm, full
callsign " KU4XR " at about 10 minute intervals, this is only for
our FCC ID requirements. I plan to transmit on 1.812 MHz, adjusted
if the frequency is occupied here. I will be transmitting at
25 watts output to the antenna, a crossed 80 dipole/160 Windom at
32 feet AGL. I will greatly appreciate any stations across the
Atlantic who might try to see the signal, and any reports will be
appreciated.

Thank you, and 73 to all ::


Andy - KU4XR - EM75xr - Friendsville, TN. USA
LOWfer Beacon " XR " @ 185.29875 KHz ( QRSS-60 )
Coordinates: N: 35º 43' 54" - W: 84º 3' 16"
http://www.myspace.com/beaconxr
http://webpages.charter.net/ku4xr/

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