Beacon log for callsign DJ1ZB, with 5 total loggings, all band counted
|DJ1ZB||Ha-Jo Brandt||October 13th, 2009||23.05 UTC||0.5||579 fb||JN68GN||977||Nice signal, S-meter is moving!|
|DJ1ZB||Ha-Jo||10. June 2009||00.02 ||0.5||579||JN68GN||977||In summertime I have to wait until midnight UTC to hear your signal, but still 579 in peaks.
73 Ha-Jo, DJ1ZB|
|DJ1ZB||Ha-Jo Brandt||15. Sept 2008||00.00 ||0.5||469 Q||JN68GN||977||
Wire Loop 17 m circumference, northbound,
converter to 14 MHz, all homebrew
old TS-830s as receiver.
Congrats for new MF antenna and equipment from SM6BHZ
73 Ha-Jo, DJ1ZB
|DJ1ZB||Ha-Jo Brandt||7. Sept. 2008||23.45||0.5||349 Q||JN68GN||977||
So far You will have just a report on 10 MHz from me, but now I have read about your 500 kHz station on the RSGB LF Server, and I can report that I can hear your CW signals audible on 500 kHz but qrn is still high and QSB also deep, so that I miss many letters. I could copy your QTH as JO67KI. But in the following months night propagation will improve, and so I do hope I will be able to listen to You without any problems. Keep your beacon going!
73 Ha-Jo, DJ1ZB |
|DJ1ZB||Ha-Jo Brandt||22. Dec. 2007||13.17 UTC||10||569 v||JN68GN||977||569 is rapport by ear. In reality no movement of S-meter, but sufficient over the noise|