Teggs nose, cheshire 15/8/18

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Tim Bucknall
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Teggs nose, cheshire 15/8/18

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while someone will point out this isn't VHF, the other sub forum says short wave broadcast bands and its not in a BCB

tried hilltopping here http://www.teggsnose.co.uk/ i guess you can't get lucky every time

awful flat condx either side of mid day.
over the horizon radar permanently stuck on 27.285 mhz for the 2+ hours i was there

Pocsag Pager noted 27.250 this is supposedly from the former eastern Bloc

usual RF welders on 27Mhz
Rx: Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1, Elad FDM-S2, Airspy HF+ w/ HS Publications 6 Element R3 -R5 Yagi on rooftop rotator V/H polarization options. Pira P275 RDS analyser

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Re: Teggs nose, cheshire 15/8/18

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keep ear on 27.355 lsb its the aussie/pacific call ch and most use that now , i usually keep my 3 el pointed that way or over the long path and tbh up here if find aussies etc easier on the lp , David
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Tim Bucknall
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Re: Teggs nose, cheshire 15/8/18

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nice one
Rx: Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1, Elad FDM-S2, Airspy HF+ w/ HS Publications 6 Element R3 -R5 Yagi on rooftop rotator V/H polarization options. Pira P275 RDS analyser

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