Beacon log for callsign 9A2CU, with 3 total loggings, all band counted
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CALL  NAME  DATE  UTC  MHZ  RST  LOC  KM  REMARK 
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9A2CUTom20190805103010559JN83HE1595Clear frequency, QSB -110 to -99 dBm No QRM My RIG: Elad FDM DUO transceiver (SDR) Antenna: Trap GP for 14 and 10 MHz, feedpoint @ 6 meters above ground (4 elevated radials) QTH: Mala Rudina, Hvar island, Adriatic sea 73 & GL
9A2CUTom2016 08 22124010448JN85AU1296Hello! The frquency of your beacon had contstant drifting between 10132.950 and 10132.980 (10132.965 plus/minus 15 Hz). There was also a QSB so that signal strenght was variable between S3 and S5, with a lot of QRN. My receiver (actualy DDC/DUC SDR transceiver) is ELAD FDM-DUO, and the antenna is the HyGain 12AVQ vertical for 14, 21 and 28 MHz. My QTH is Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. If you wish, you can read a few lines about me (and also find some photos) on www.hamqth.com/9A2CU. All the best and 73! Tom
9A2CUTOM (Tomislav Sudarevic)2015.09.2100:50 - 00:5510419JN85AU1296My QTH is Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia. You can see my exact location on Google Earth: 45.835544 N 16.060777 E My RX (actualy a SDR transceiver) is "Elad" model FDM-DUO. My antenna is a 2x5m wire-dipole (for 14 MHz) about 4 meters high above the flat concrete roof of the 6-floore building (total height about 21m). There was strong QSB, the beacon signal strength maximum was near -125 dB (or about 10 dB over the noise level) and mostly readable. Exact frequency of the beacon was 10132.979 kHz (I believe that it is the correct value - Russian RWM is 9996.000 on my receiver).