8.27 KHz across the ocean.

Discussion in 'The Low Bands - 630/2200 Meters - VLF' started by W8AAZ, Jan 15, 2021.

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  1. W8AAZ

    W8AAZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Just saw a notice from RSGB that VO1NA was received by DK7FC on 8.271 KHz with a 50 character EbNaut message, running 10 mW ERP. No date given.
     
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  2. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    That IS highly impressive
     
  3. KK4CUL

    KK4CUL Ham Member QRZ Page

    He must have yelled REALLLLLLY loud! /s

    That's cool, and a LONG-arse wavelength! -- ~22.5 miles for yanks, 36.25Km.
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2021
  4. KT1F

    KT1F Ham Member QRZ Page

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  5. KJ6KK

    KJ6KK Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    If only my audio input cable was not shielded -- I could have picked up that tx !!
     
  6. PA3LS

    PA3LS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Impressive!
    Makes me think if it may be an idea to ask the authorities if the amateurs could share 17,1-17,3khz with SAQ Grimeton on the days they don't transmit. Apart from SAQ, i've never heard anything on that frequency.
     

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