SAQ Grimeton Transmission on June 30th, 2019

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  1. G4TUT

    G4TUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    SAQ Grimeton Transmission on June 30th, 2019

    The annual transmission on 'Alexanderson Day' with the Alexanderson alternator on VLF 17.2 kHz with the call SAQ will take place Sunday, June 30th, 2019.

    Two transmissions are scheduled as follows:
    1. Startup of tuning at 10:30 (08:30 UTC) with a transmission of a message at 11:00 (09:00 UTC).
    2. Startup of tuning at 13:30 (11:30 UTC) with a transmission of a message at 14:00 (12:00 UTC)
      Both transmission events will be broadcasted live on our YouTube Channel.
    NEW ! ONLINE RECEPTION REPORT FORM TO REPLACE E-MAIL REPORTS
    We are introducing a new online SAQ reception report form to be used by listeners to report reception of any SAQ transmissions. We are kindly asking listeners not to send SAQ reception reports via E-mail.

    QSL-reports to SAQ are kindly received via:
    - Reception report form at alexander.n.se/receptionreport
    - or via: SM bureau
    - or direct by postal mail to:

    Alexander Association
    Radiostationen
    Grimeton 72
    SE-432 98 GRIMETON
    S W E D E N

    The Amateur Radio Station with the call “SK6SAQ” will be QRV on the following frequencies:
    - 7.035 kHz CW or
    - 14.035 kHz CW or
    - 3.755 kHz SSB

    QSL-reports to SK6SAQ are kindly received via:
    - Email to info@alexander.n.se
    - or via: SM bureau
    - or direct by postal mail (see address above)

    Two stations will be on the air most of the time.

    The station will be open to visitors between 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. WELCOME!

    World Heritage Grimeton Radio station and The Alexander Association

    For further details, se grimeton.org or alexander.n.se


    http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2019/june/saq-grimeton-transmission.htm

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  2. KM1H

    KM1H Ham Member QRZ Page

    Ive copied it 4 times in the past so far using a National HRO-500/LF-10 and a 750' Beverage which is a tiny piece of wire at those frequencies.

    Carl
     

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