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Re: [HCDX] LW Morse Code transmissions
From a search on :
I found the following beacon listed, which may be what you heard:
KHz ID LSB USB 'Name' and Location
W. Curt Deegan
Boca Raton, (Southeast) Florida
David Harries wrote:
>I am in Bristol, Southwest England. The LW (Longwave)
>band on my Shortwave radio (Roberts R809) is quite
>expansive and goes up to 519khz.
>Above 270khz, I get a few interesting transmissions.
>As at 2117hrs UTC I am getting a bit of morse code on
>According to my sources:
>--- = O
>.. = I
>-. = N
>--- = O
>..-. = F
>So ---..-. makes "OIN" or "OF".
>Does anyone know:
>a) which is correct
>b) where this transmission is from?
>Cheers, and '73s
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