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Re: [RFI] More 80m noises

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Subject: Re: [RFI] More 80m noises
From: Pete Smith <n4zr@contesting.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 08:58:10 -0400
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Sorry, I forgot to mention that both noises were recorded in broad 
daylight, so skywave seems unlikely.

73, Pete

At 08:52 AM 10/13/2007, Pete Smith wrote:
>It's been a few months since I listened seriously to 80m, but it has sure
>turned into a mess while I've been gone.  The whooper I heard a couple of
>days ago (a cw recording is at www.pvvrc.org/n4zr/80mwhooper.mp3) has been
>replaced, at least for the moment, by another noise
>(www.pvrc.org/n4zr/80mwhooper2.mp3).  This one, also recorded in CW, is
>every few hundred hz across the band, mostly below S-meter range but a few,
>roughly 5 KHz apart at S3, which on this radio means only about 12 db down
>from S9.
>Any thoughts on the source?  Unfortunately I don't have a portable RX with
>a BFO, and it isn't audible on AM.
>73, Pete N4ZR
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