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Old 07-05-2007, 07:21   #9
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6th May, Part II

A small treat for thirty minutes in the early evening. I believe the DRM power is about 80 Watts and the antenna is probably a vertical with a ground plane consisting of three radials. Would be nice to get that confirmed.

Just for fun I let the receiver monitor the frequency during the night. Needless (?) to say, there was nothing in the log this morning.

Anyone has a clue in what way the signal reaches Europe? The signal is clean, sometimes with slow Fading. Could it be related to tropospheric bending over such a large distance? Has anyone else tried out this frequency?
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