Same estimated heading (~75 deg) from the Boston area and same as last
night. The relatively big signal strength suggests something in NA rather
than EU. But that would place it almost out a sea from here, or possibly
very southern VE1 or FP8. Is there anyone from that area that can give a
report or heading? If it's Europe, it would point to the CT/EA area, or it
could be northern Africa (CN, EA9, etc.). The heading is definitely too
far south for the signal to have its origins in places like TF or OX.
73, John W1FV
From: Topband [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Don Kirk
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2014 8:50 PM
To: Michael Walker
Cc: K2RS; Mike Waters; topband
Subject: Re: Topband: Unknown Pulse Signal Wiping out 1900-1925 kHz
Copying the signal again this evening from Indianapolis area at 8:45pm EST
Heading is again approximately 75 deg.
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