2017.08.11

For those interested in DX - submit your VHF-LO band skip and tropospheric ducting reception reports and comments here.

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2017.08.11

#1 Post by ecps92 » 11 Aug 2017 10:37

Yup
http://aprs.mountainlake.k12.mn.us/
the enjoyment continues, altho not at RED as yesterday was

Cape Cod National Sea Shore, is coming in stronger than the NPS Boston units
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#2 Post by Dave2582 » 11 Aug 2017 10:55

I'm new to this particular area. Does this mean I can hear Vermont freqs if I plug them into my hh?
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#3 Post by ecps92 » 11 Aug 2017 11:10

Could be, all depends on the direction the Openning is flowing.
Additionally, Your Location vs their Location, Antenna, Height and of course this map is meant for VHF High, but might impact UHF, UHF-T, 700, 800 and 900 at times

Yesterday folks were getting NYC T-Band for NYPD
Dave2582 wrote:I'm new to this particular area. Does this mean I can hear Vermont freqs if I plug them into my hh?
Bill Dunn N1KUG
Cruise Ship Frequencies
http://scanmaritime.com

"The tougher it is to find a frequency, the more it makes me want to work to find it. - I've learned to use the SEARCH Button"

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