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Re: Topband: That 1.9 MHz radar signal...

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Subject: Re: Topband: That 1.9 MHz radar signal...
From: Michael Walker <>
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2014 19:32:46 -0500
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We may be able to exclude Nova Scotia, New Brunswick or PEI as it isn't
being heard on groundwave by ve9aa who is the middle of Nova Scotia.
Correct me if I am wrong please.

There is a military base in the middle of Labrador (literally the middle of
no where).

That may leave all of Labrador or Northern Newfoundland to have a listen.

Mike va3mw

On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 7:22 PM, John Kaufmann <>

> >  Stay tuned, and any additional reports are welcome...I think we have
> narrowed it down to something in the Maine/New Brunswick.Nova Scotia areas.
> >
> > 73,
> > Doug K1DG
> I would also put Newfoundland in the region of interest.  From my location
> in the greater Boston area, the direction of arrival is more east than
> northeast (around 75 deg as I said earlier).  I get the same heading every
> time I measure the signal and I'm confident in my ability to resolve
> directions with my RX array.  The F/B I see on this signal with my array
> suggests the signal is not particularly high angle.  The area around St.
> John's, Newfoundland area would be right in line with my estimated
> direction
> of arrival.
> 73, John W1FV
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