Inverted L 600M and 160M

Discussion in 'The Low Bands - 630/2200 Meters - VLF' started by KB1FGC, Feb 21, 2021.

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  1. WB8VLC

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    http://websdr1.sdrutah.org:8901/index1a.html?tune=5330.5usb?zoom=1

    Out here on the west coast there is some ssb activity, if you listen to this lowfer 630meter sdr receiver above which is located in utah it has some 476 KHz usb activity with a few hams in california that I have been listening to for the past 2 weeks.

    ssb activity on 476 is active around 0400 to 0500 utc.

    It defaults to 5MHZ ON startup so just select the 630 meter receiver and click on 476 KHz to monitor the west coast activity.
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2021
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  2. N6SPP

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    K8JD- For decode/rcv only, you might try this: Using WSJT-X go to the WSPR mode (rig in USB), use your "longest or lowest band hf antenna". Place your antenna tuner in bypass to achieve max noise. Tune to the 474.2 or 136 KHz WSPR channel, and let the program run overnite. You should see stations, a few states out. Start with 474KHz. This works for me here in the SFO Bay area. Side note-I have a WA3ETD 80m>630m transverter that I plan to put on the air at some point.. 73,n6spp-cm98
     

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