DFing Carrier on 75m AM Window

Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation' started by KA4KOE, Apr 10, 2016.

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  1. KA4KOE

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    Duplicate, so I deleted it.
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2016
  2. W7TFO

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    So, does that mean the interference is gone, too?

    Just ribbin' you, OM....

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  3. KA4KOE

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    Nope. Fraid not. My Jedi powers are not developed.
  4. K4KYV

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    I got up earlier than usual this morning, and listened, about 1300 GMT. The 3888 kHz carrier was fairly strong, so it pretty well eliminates Europe, since that would be a 4,000 mile path in full daylight all the way.
  5. KA4KOE

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    I made a report to the ARRL Band Intruder folks, for whatever that is worth.
  6. AC0OB

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    Before turning in last night about 11:30PM CDST, I checked and the carrier was still there into Iowegia.

    Not there this morning.

    It only seems to be there in the evening.

    AC0OB - A Place where Thermionic Emitters Rule!

    Besides, when you're a Ham, you experiment with and improve boat anchors - that's what you do.:)
  7. KD6OS

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    Hello Philip, good to work you on 20 M last evening, for the first time i think, I had 10 check-ins on my list, best band cond. I have for a loooong time. 73, de kd6os
  8. KA4KOE

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    The TX is persnickety up on 20M. Even with the NOS bandswitch it's temperamental.
  9. WA3VJB

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    The online receivers ought to be able to discern, in a blunt, crude sort of way, what propagation area is covered at a given time by this rogue signal.
  10. K4KYV

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