NA MF heard in last 3 Months

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satnipper
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NA MF heard in last 3 Months

Post by satnipper » 24 Nov 2018 10:45

Attached are my full TA MF logs from the last three months dxing in the western coastal scouselands. Rig is Perseus SDR with Jag Pro V4 software. Antenna is a weird 10x1.8m Flag antenna.

Logs are in standard MWC format.

Stuart
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Re: NA MF heard in last 3 Months

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 24 Nov 2018 11:02

:) Wow!

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Re: NA MF heard in last 3 Months

Post by pe1etr » 24 Nov 2018 11:36

satnipper wrote:
24 Nov 2018 10:45
Attached are my full TA MF logs from the last three months dxing in the western coastal scouselands. Rig is Perseus SDR with Jap Pro V4 software. Antenna is a weird 10x1.8m Flag antenna.

Logs are in standard MWC format.

Stuart
A good haul indeed Stuart. I suspect you used Jaguar software and not Jap software ;)

Peter

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Re: NA MF heard in last 3 Months

Post by simbeav » 24 Nov 2018 15:16

Excellent Stuart. Well done on setting up a great receiving station.

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Re: NA MF heard in last 3 Months

Post by satnipper » 24 Nov 2018 17:22

"I suspect you used Jaguar software and not Jap software ;)"

Bugger! Changed it to Jag - thanks for pointing out Peter.

Thanks for comments guys - In guess it's location, location, location but the Jag software audio is excellent for pulling out weak ones. The stock Perseus audio is muffled in comparison and I've never liked the stock ssb mode.

You'll have noticed nothing on 1480/90 - unfortunately no dx has overridden the Splash from 1485 which is barely 5 miles line-of-sight from QTH and not really in a nulling direction.


Stuart

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