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HF BEACON LIST RECEIVED FM 425 DX NEWS
Many thanks to Martin Harrison, G3USF for providing the following List of
HF Beacons (latest update 1 May 2002).
G3USF's Worldwide List of HF Beacons
Freq Call Town Loc ERPw Ant Direct Mode Status
1805 VO1NA St John's 1 Omni 24
1817 ZS1J Plettenberg BayKF15PF 1 1/2 Dip E-W A1 24
1840 OK0EK Kromeriz JN89QG 4 Vertical Omni A1 T NonOp
1845 OK0EV Near Prague JN79EV 100 25m Vert Omni A1 PT
3579 DK0WCY Scheggerott JO44VQ 30 Dipole A1 0700-0800
3585 ZS1J Plettenberg BayKF15PF 1 1/2 Dip A1 24
3600.0 OK0EN Kam. Zehrovice JO70AC 0.15 Corner Dip 90/270A1 24
5471.5 LN2A Sveio JO29PO 1kw Vert Monop Omni A1/F1 ITU24+
7025 ZS1AGI George Airport KF16EA 0.2 1/2 Dipole E-W A1 24
7871.5 LN2A Sveio JO29PO 1kw Vert Monop Omni A1/F1 ITU24+
10102.5 ZS1J PlettenbergBay KF15PF 1 1/2 Dip A1 24
10110 HP1RCP Cerro Jefe FJ09HD .5 Dipole N-S A1 24
10134 OK0EF Nr Kladno JO70BC .1/.2/.5 1/2 Vert Omini A1 24
10140 PY3PSI Porto Alegre GF49KX 1.6 dipole N-S A1 INT
10144.0 DK0WCY Scheggerott JO44VQ 30 Hor. Loop Omni A1 24zz
10408.5 LN2A Sveio JO29PO 1kw Vert Monop Omni A1/F1 ITU24+
14100.0 4U1UN UN NY FN20AS 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 VE8AT Eureka,Nunavut EQ79AX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 W6WX Nr San Jose CA CM87 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 KH6WO Honolulu BL11BK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 ZL6B Nr Masterton RE77TW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 VK6RBP 28k SE Perth OF87BW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 JA2IGY Mt Asama PM84JK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 RR9O Novosibirsk NO14KX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 VR2B Hong Kong OL72CG 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 4S7B Colombo MJ96 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP nonop
14100.0 ZS6DN Pretoria KG44DC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 5Z4B Kilifi KI95 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 4X6TU Tel Aviv KM72JC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 OH2B Karkkila KP20BN 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 CS3B Madeira IM12 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 LU4AA Buenos Aires GF05 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 OA4B Lima FH17KV 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14100.0 YV5B Caracas FK60NL 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
14396.5 LN2A Sveio JO29PO 1kw Vert Monop Omni A1/F1 ITU24+
18068.1 IK6BAK Montefelcino JN63KR 3 Inv Vee Omni A1 24
18101 VE3RAT Thornhill ONT FN03GL 1 Vertical Omni A1 24
18102 I1M Bordighera JN33UT 10 5/8 Vert Omni A1 24
18102 HB9AFZ Bellinzona JN46ME 5 Inv Vee ? A1 TNonOp
18108.6 HP1AVS Cerro Jefe FJ09HD 15 Dipole A1 24
18110 DL0AGS Kassel JO41NL 10 GP Omni A1 24
18110.0 4U1UN U. Nations NY FN20AS 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 VE8AT Eureka,Nunavut EQ79AX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 KH6WO Honolulu BL11BK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 ZL6B Nr Masterton RE77TW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 VK6RBP 28k SE Perth OF87BW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 JA2IGY Mt Asama PM84JK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18100.0 RR9O Novosibirsk NO14KX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18100.0 VR2B Hong Kong OL72CG 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 4S7B Colombo MJ96 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP nonop
18110.0 ZS6DN Pretoria KG44DC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 5Z4B Kilifi KI95 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 4X6TU Tel Aviv KM72JC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 OH2B Karkkila KP20BN 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 CS3B Madeira IM12 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 OA4B Lima FH17KV 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 LU4AA Buenos Aires GF05 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
18110.0 YV5B Caracas FK60NL 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
20948.5 LN2A Sveio JO29PO 1kw Vert Monop Omni A1/F1 ITU24+
21149 HB9AFZ Bellinzona JN46ME A1 TEST
21150.0 4U1UN UN New York FM20AS 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 VE8AT Eureka,Nunavut EQ79AX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 W6WX Nr San Jose CA CM87 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 KH6WO Honolulu BL11BK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 ZL6B Masterton RE77TW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 VK6RBP 28k SE Perth OF87BW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 JA2IGY Mt Asama PM84JK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 RR9O Novosibirsk NO14KX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 VR2B Hong Kong OL72CG 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 4S7B Colombo MJ96 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP nonop
21150.0 ZS6DN Pretoria KG44DC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 5Z4B Kilifi KI95 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 4X6TU Tel Aviv KM72JC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 OH2B Karkkila KP20BN 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 CS3B Madeira IM12 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 LU4AA Buenos Aires GF05 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 OA4B Lima FH17KV 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21150.0 YV5B Caracas FK60NL 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
21151.0 I1M Bordighera JN33UT 10 2 5/8 Vert Omni A1 24
21171 KA5FYI Austin TX EM10 1.25 1/4 Vert Omni A1 INT
21393 PY3PSI Porto Alegre GF49KX 4 Dipole N-S A1 INT
24915.0 IK6BAK Montefelcino JN63KR 10 Inv Vee Omni A1 24
24920.0 IY4M Bologna JN54QK A1 INT/ROBOT
24930.0 4U1UN UN NY FN20AS 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 VE8AT Eureka,Nunavut EQ79AX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 KH6WO Honolulu BL11BK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 ZL6B Nr Masterton RE77TW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 VK6RBP 28k SE Perth OF87BW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 JA2IGY Mt Asama PM84JK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 RR9O Novosibirsk NO14KX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 VR2B Hong Kong OL72CG 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 4S7B Colombo MJ96 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP nonop
24930.0 ZS6DN Pretoria KF44DC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 5Z4B Kilifi KI95 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 4X6TU Tel Aviv KM72JC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 OH2B Karkkila KP20BN 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 CS3B Madeira IM12 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 LU4AA Buenos Aires GF05 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 OA4B Lima FH17KV 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.0 YV5B Caracas FK60NL 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
24930.5 GB3... 100 A1 UC
24931 DK0HHH Hamburg JO53AM 10 Dipole Omni A1 24
24986 JE7YNQ Fukushima QM07 5 Dipole A1 24
28110 F5KCK A1 ROBOT
28125 KA5FYI Austin TX EM10 QRP A1 INT
28165 KA1EKS Millinocket ME FN55OO 4 A99 GP Omni A1 24
28175 VE3TEN Ottawa FN25 10 GP Omni A1 24
28176.8 HP1RCP Cerro Jefe FJ09HD 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28180.3 I1M Bordighera JN33UT 5/20 2x5/8 Vert Omni A1 24
28182.0 SV3AQR Amalias KM07QS 4 GP Omni A1 24
28188 JE7YNQ Fukushima QM07 50 Stack Dip Omni A1 24
28189 XE1SRF 50k S Mexico C EK09LA 20 5/8 4.2db Omni A1 24
28189.3 A47RB Oman LL93FO 50 AR-10 Omni A1 NonOp
28190 VA3XCD Ennismore ON A1 OP?
28190.2 LU4XS Tierra/d/Fuego FD65PA 5 Inv Vee Omni A1 24
28191 GB... 100 A1 UC
28191 VE6GTE Bassano AB DO30HW 25 R7 Vert Omni A1 24
28192 LU0ARC qrp A1 ?
28192 LU2DT GF11FX A1 IRREG
28192 LU2FFV 5 GP Omni A1 IRREG
28193.2 VE4ARM Austin MB EM09HW 5 GP Omni A1 24
28195.1 IY4M Bologna JN54QK 20 5/8 GP Omni A1 24
28195.5 VA2MGL La Malbaie PQ FN47UQ 2 Inv
Vee Omni A1 24
28195.7 WA2NTK Horsehead NY FN12NE 5 Vertical Omni A1 ?
28196 LU4JJ Concordia ER GF08XO A1 IRREG
28196.0 LU6DTS La Plata GF15AE 5 GP Omni A1 IRREG
28197 LU7WW Chabut State FE77LF 5 6-el A1 IRREG
28197 LW9DAH A1 IRREG
28197.0 VE7MTY Vancouver BC CN89 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28198.0 HB9AFZ Bellinzona JN46ME 10 3-el A1 TNonOp
28199.3 LU1FHH El Trebol SF A1 24
28200.0 4U1UN UN New York FM20AS 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 NonOp
28200.0 VE8AT Eureka,Nunavut EQ79AX 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 W6WX Nr San Jose CA CM87 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 KH6WO Honolulu BL11BK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 ZL6B Nr Masterton RE77TW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 VK6RBP 28k SE Perth OF87BW 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 JA2IGY Mt Asama PM84JK 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 RR9O Novosibirsk NO14KX 100=0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 VR2B Hong Kong OL72CG 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 4S7B Colombo MJ96 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP nonop
28200.0 ZS6DN Pretoria KG44DC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 5Z4B Nr Mombasa KI95 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 4X6TU Tel Aviv KM72JC 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 OH2B Karkkila KP20BN 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 CS3B Madeira IM12 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 LU4AA Buenos Aires GF05 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 OA4B Lima FH17KV 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.0 YV5B Caracas FK60NL 100-0.1 Vertical Omni A1 IBP cycle
28200.7 SV8J Tinos I. KM27 2 1/4 Vert Omni A1 24?
28201 WA4SZE Manchester TN 15 GP@190ft Omni A1 UC
28201.5 N3PFF Muncy PA FN11OE 25 A99 Vert Omni A1 UC
28202 ZS1J Plettenberg BayKF15PF 5 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28202.9 WB5UAA Ft Huachuca AZ DM41 5 A1 24?
28203.5 K6LLL Laguna BeachCA DM13CN 3 Vertical Omni A1 24
28204.5 N3NIA Nr Ridgway PA FN01PK 5 Dipole A1 24
28205.0 DL0IGI Hohenpeissenb'gJN57MT 150 1/4 Vert Omni A1 24
28206 KB0LHB Zimmerman MN EN35 2 R5 Vert Omni A1 TNONOP
28206.1 VA3GRR Brampton ON FN03 1.75 1/2 Vert Omni A1 TNONOP
28207.5 S55ZRS Mt Kum JN76MC 10 1/4 GP Omni A1 24
28208.1 JR0YAN Nr Toyama PM86JW 25 GP Omni A1 24
28208.5 WN2A Budd Lake NJ FN20 3 A1 24
28209 EI0TEN Poer Head,Cobh IO51UU 25 1/4 V.Dip Omni A1 24
28209 W4JE Hayesville NC EM85EB 7 Horiz. Dip N-S A1 24*
28209 KH6AP 20 3/8 Vert Omni A1 TEMP
28209.8 AF4OD EM72 A1 INT
28210 W5SXD Mineral WellsTX A1 ?
28211.2 LA4TEN Sotra I. JP20LG 250 Vertical Omni A1 24
28211.5 KK7PG Buckeye AZ A1 ?
28212 W3AW Springfield IL 1 A1 OP?
28212.5 K0KP Fredenberg MN EN36 0.5 A1 ?
28213.5 W5AB Missouri CityTX A1 OP?
28214 LU7DQP Buenos Aires GF05TH A1 INT
28214 N3BUB Kresgeville PA FN20FV 5 Omni A1 NONOP
28215 KA9SZX Champagne IL EN50VD 1 CX 1000 Omni A1 24
28215 GB3RAL Nr Didcot IO91IN 25 1/4 GP Omni F1 24
28217 WB0FTL Alden MN 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28217 WB9VMY Calumet OK EM05 A1 24
28217.9 W6GY Roseda CA DM04 1 A1 24
28218.5 W8MI Mackinaw C. MI EN75 0.5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28218.5 KA0PSE Duluth MN EN36VT 4 Inv V @35' Omni A1 24
28219 K2KL Monsey NY FN21WC 3 Horiz Dip Omni A1 24
28219.9 KB9DJA Mooresville IN EM69RO 35 GP Omni A1 24
28220 5B4CY Zyyi KM64PR 26 GP Omni F1 24
28220.7 PY2XW Campinas SP GH68LK A1 Nonop
28221.7 W6TOD Ridgecrest CA DM15 10 dipole A1 24
28222 F8NBX JN05 5 OP?
28222.8 KC6UFE Chico CA 10 A1 24?
28225.2 KW7Y Marysville WA CN88SD 4 Vertical Omni A1 24
28225.4 KD5ITC TX EL17 3 Vertical Omni A1 24
28227 PY3IBZ Porto Alegre GF49KW 20 Vertical Omni A1 24
28227 KC0W MN EN34 5 A1 OP?
28228 ZL3TEN Rolliston RE66 20 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28228 9A0TEN JN85OO 50 A1 OP?
28230 WH6P Kanohe Bay HI BL11CK 10 R7 Vert Omni A1 INT
28230 WI9X Belleville IL A1 ?
28230 N9BPE Tuscola IL 2 Vertical Omni A1 24
28230.2 W4GFA Walhalla SC 5 A1 NonOp
28230.4 PY3ARL Port Alegre GF49JW 5 GP@287m Omni A1 24
28231.4 HP1AC Cerro Azul FJ09HD 5 1/2 dipole Omni A1 24
28232 W7JPI Sonoita AZ DM41QP 5 3 el Yagi 045 A1 24
28233.5 N9RET Broadside IL EN61 7 A99 Vert Omni A1 24
28236 VE3GOP Mississauga ON FN03GD 0.2 A99 Vert Omni A1 TNONOP
28235.2 VE1CBZ Fredericton NB FN65 3 Vertical Omni A1 24
28237.6 LA5TEN Nr Oslo JO59JV 10 5/8 GP Omni A1 24
28239.5 KC8QNO Matville MI
28240 YO2X Timisoara KN05PS 3/.3/.1 Dipole A1 24
28241.0 VA3SBB Thunder Bay ON EN58JJ 3 Antron99 Omni A1 24
28241.0 VE9MS Fredericton NB FN65 5 Loop F1 NonOp
28242.6 W2IK Islip NY FN30GR 25 Vertical Omni A1 24
28243.3 F5TMJ Nr Toulouse JN03SM 5 Horiz Loop Omni A1 24
28243.5 WA1RAJ Hollis NH A1 24
28244.0 WA6APQ Long Beach CA DM13 30 Vertical Omni A1 24
28244.8 VE9BEA Crabbe Mtn NB FN66 3 Vertical Omni A1 24
28246.0 KG2GL Nutley NJ FN20 5 R5 Vert Omni A1 24
28246.2 EA3JA Barcelona JN11BI A1 24
28247.5 KG7RS Mesa AZ 1 Vertical Omni A1 24?
28248.2 N1ME Bangor ME FN54PS 5 A1 24
28248.5 N7LT Bozeman MT DN45LQ 4/.4/.04 1/2 GP Omni A1 24
28249.3 PY5ND Curittba PR GG54IN A1 IRREG
28249.7 PI7BQC Haarlem JO22HK 2 A1 24
28250 PY3PSI Cidreira GF49VU 10 GP Omni A1 PT/0EXP
28250 K0HTF Des Moines
IA 2.5 A1 OP?
28250.1 Z21ANB Bulawayo KG47 25 GP Omni F1 24
28252.5 W6PC Mt Woodson CA DM13NB 10 Dipole Omni A1 24
28253.5 VK3SIX Nr Hamilton 24
28254.7 W4STT Hastings FL EL99GQ 20 Vertical Omni A1 12-2400
28255 N0AR St Paul MN EN35KB 0.125 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28256.5 VK3RMH 25kNEMelbourne QF22OH 20/2 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28257.5 DK0TEN Konstanz JN57NP 40 GP Omni F1 24
28257.8 WY5I Jupiter FL EL 5 7db Coll. Omni A1 07-2200LT
28259 F5KMD Boussieres 59 JO10SI 5 3dbi Vert Omni A1 24
28259.5 W6ZIP VictoriavilleCA DM23 2 Indoor Dip A1 24
28259.8 KA1NSV/4Green Bay VA FM07 25 Vert.Dip. Omni A1 24
28269.3 VK5WI Nr Adelaide PF95GD 10 GP Omni A1 NonOp
28260.4 PY3PAG RS A1 IRREG
28261 KF4OTI North TempleME A1 IRREG
28261.8 VK2RSY Sydney QF56MH 25 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28262 WB8KRN Lexington OH EN80QQ 3 1/2 Vert Omni A1 TNONOP
28263.0 VA3ODX Meaford ON EN94 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28264.0 AB8Z Parma OH EN91DJ 5 5/8 Vert Omni A1 24
28264 VK6RWA Nr Perth OF78WB 20 Vertical Omni A1 24
28264 JA5ZQM Tokushima PM74GA 10 1/2 GP Omni A1 24
28264.1 N8WLC Lexington OH EN80RQ 5 180' dip E-W A1 TNONOP
28264.5 K7NWS Seattle WA 1 GP Omni A1 24
28265 DF0ANN Montzberg Hill JN59PL 5 Dipole E-W A1 24
28265 N7SCQ Sacramento CA 3 A1 24
28268 OH9TEN Pirttikoski KP36OI 20 1/2 GP Omni A1 24
28268.3 VK8VF Darwin PH57KP 40 Vertical Omni A1 NonOp
28269.5 W3HH Pittsburgh PA EN90 8 sl/dip A1 24
28270 VK4RTL Townsville QH30JS 5 F1 24
28270.3 W8BEP Sault S MarieMIEN76 A1 24?
28271.7 W4TIY Dallas GA 4 1/4over5/8
Omni A1 24
28273 KA2GKA Apopka FL 30 Vertical A1 IRREG?
28275 ZS1LA Still Bay KF05QK 20 3-el Yagi N F1 QRT
28277 KD4MZM Sarasota FL EL87 1 Vertical A1 24
28277.6 DF0AAB Kiel JO54GH 10 GP Omni F1 24
28280.0 K5AB Austin TX EM10DH 20 5/8 GP@45' Omni A1 24
28281.2 KG8CO Clinton MI EN71 0.5 1/4 GP Omni A1 24
28282.6 OK0EG Hradec Kralove JO70WE 10 GP Omni F1 24
28282.5 W0ERE HighlandvilleMOEM36IW 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28283 N9BPE Tuscaloosa IL 2 Dipole A1 ?
28283.7 K8PY Whitehall MI EN63 A1 ?
28284 KJ7AZ Rawlins WY DN61JS 5 Vertical Omni A1 24
28285.0 VP8ADE Adelaide I. FC52WK 8 Vertical Omni A1 24
28285.0 N2JNT Troy NY FN32DR 1 GP Omni A1 24
28286 N5AQM Chandler AZ DM43AH 2 Vertical Omni A1 24
28286.6 WA8YWO Nr Richwood WV EM98 0.1 Slope dip A1 24
28287.3 NQ2RP Brockport NY FN02 0.25 2xwire A1 24
28288.0 WA7LNW Hurricane UT DM37ID 5 FWave LoopEU/PAC A1 24
28289.0 WJ5O Cor. Christi TXEL17 2 Yagi NE A1 24
28289.8 VR2TEN Hong Kong OL72 5 1/4 GP Omni A1 24
28290.3 N8NSY Brighton MI EN82CN 2 A99 Omni A1 24
28290.4 SK5TEN Strengnes JO89KK 75 GP Omni A1 24
28290.3 WB4WOR Randleman NC FM06BT 3 Vertical Omni A1 24
28291 VE3LZ Hamilton ON 24
28292.0 N7GSU McMinnville OR CN85IF 0.250 Vertical Omni A1 24
28292.5 KM4GS TN EM56 0.5 A1 24
28292.5 WD8AQS Fremont MN EN73 A1 ?
28292.5 SK0CT Taby JO89XK 10 Windom A1 24
28293 K8FLY Muskegon MI EN63 30 Vertical Omni A1 OP?
28295.1 SK2TEN Kristineberg JP95HB 5 Vertical Omni A1 OP?
28295.8 W3VD Laurel MD FM19NE 10 Vert Dip Omni A1 24
28296 KA7BGR CentralPointOR CN82 A1 24
28297 NS9RC Winnetka IL EN62DC 8 1/2 Vert Omni A1 24
28298.1 SK7TEN Eksjo JO77LS 10 Horiz Dip E-W A1 24
28298.0 V73TEN Roi Namur I RJ39RJ Horiz OA50 Omni 24
28298.9 K4JDR Raleigh NC A1 24
28299.3 SK3TEN Osterfernebo JP80FD 50 2x6el Yagi West A1 OP?
28300 KF4MS Tallahassee FL EM70VM 1 10m Ringo Omni A1 24?
28301.0 PI7ETE Amersfoort JO22QD 0.5 Vertical Omni F1A 24
28302.2 UA4NM Kirov LO48UO INT
? Activity pattern uncertain
Schedule of IBP/NCDXF Beacon Transmissions
Country Call 14100 18110 21150 24930 28200
United Nations NY 4U1UN 00.00 00.10 00.20 00.30 00.40
Northern Canada VE8AT 00.10 00.20 00.30 00.40 00.50
USA (CA) W6WX 00:20 - 00:40 - 01:00
Hawaii KH6WO 00.30 00.40 00.50 01.00 01.10
New Zealand ZL6B 00.40 00.50 01.00 01.10 01.20
West Australia VK6RBP 00.50 01.00 01.10 01.20 01.30
Japan JA2IGY 01.00 01.10 01.20 01.30 01.40
Siberia RR9O 01.10 01.20 01.30 01.40 01.50
China VR2HK 01.20 01.30 01.40 01.50 02.00
Sri Lanka 4S7B 01.30 01.40 01.50 02.00 02.10
South Africa ZS6DN 01:40 01.50 02:00 02:10 02:20
Kenya 5Z4B 01.50 02.00 02.10 02.20 02.30
Israel 4X6TU 02:00 02:10 02:20 02.30 02:40
Finland OH2B 02:10 02:20 02:30 02:40 02:50
Madeira CS3B 02.20 02.30 02.40 02.50 00.00
Argentina LU4AA 02:30 02:40 02:50 00.00 00:10
Peru OA4B 02.40 02.50 00.00 00.10 00.20
Venezuela YV5B 02:50 00.00 00:10 00:20 00:30
W6WX is not currently licensed for 18 or 24 MHz.
IBP = International Beacon Project beacons transmit for ten seconds on each
frequency in turn in the sequence shown above. They send callsign at 22 wpm
and 100 watts, then four 1-second dashes at 100w, 10w, 1w and 0.1w.
Equipment is TS-50, Cushcraft R-5 multiband vertical and a Trimble
Navigation GPS receiver to ensure sychronization, with a control unit built
+ LN2A is operated for the ITU field-strength measuring programme.
Schedule is: LN2A
5470 08-12 28-32 48-52
7870 12-16 32-36 52-56
10407 16-20 36-40 56-00
14395 00-04 20-24 40-44
20945 04-08 24-28 44-48mins
NOTE These are the nominal frequencies. Morse IDs will be heard at 1650Hz
ABOVE nominal, and that frequency is the one given in the listings above.
zz Normal transmission: DK0WCY beacon (x3) + 4 secs dash During auroras:
DK0WCY beacon (x3) aurora + short dashes or DK0WCY beacon (x3) strong
aurora + 9 secs dash
At every full 5 minutes basic solar/geophysical information and forecast on
cw. 3.5 MHz may not operate on contest weekends and is 1 hour earlier in
Please notify errors/changes to Martin Harrison G3USF, HF Beacon
Coordinator, Region 1 of the International Amateur Radio Union,
(Hf.Beacons@rsgb.org.uk) 1 Church Fields, Keele, Staffs ST5 5HP, England.
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Re: K1B on 15M
Bob thank you!
Got him, haven't heard him until now.
N1ZZZ/MM is on 15M at 21072.2 khz now.
K1B on 15M
K1B is on 21.070 lookng for QSOs Call up 1khz
Re: DX 070 Club Mitglieder bitte lesen !
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 6:47 AM
Subject:  All DX 070 Club members please read!
An unsere DX 070 Club Mitglieder - Fï¿½r jene, die daran interessiert sind,
das neue LONP Diplom zu
beantragen, bitte schickt Eure Log-Daten nach Mï¿½glichkeit per E-mail und
sorgt Euch zu diesem Zeitpunkt nicht um die Gebï¿½hr von 1US$, da die
Portokosten hï¿½her sein werden als 1US$. Ihr kï¿½nnt die Gebï¿½hr zu einem
anderen Zeitpunkt schicken, wenn es
passender ist, entweder an K8IJ, N3DQU oder KA3X mit der Angabe, daï¿½ es fï¿½r
das LONP Diplom bestimmt ist und das Geld wird fï¿½r das LONP Diplom
Danke und 73 de JAY N3DQU
All DX 070 Club members please read!
To our DX 070 Club members - For those interested in applying for the new
LONP Award, please submit your log data via email if possible and do not be
concerned abt the $1 fee at this time, as the postage costs to you will
probably be greater than the $1 enclosed! You may send the fee at a time when
it is more convenient and cost effective for you to either K8IJ, N3DQU or
KA3X with a note that it is for the LONP Award and you will be credited for
the payment....p.s. Erika pse translate es repost...Tnx es 73 de Jay N3DQU.
Sean (G4UCJ) <g4ucj.shack@...>
Hi All, just returned from the eQSL web site with the news that the ARRL is NOT accepting eQSL's for credit! To this end the eQSL guys have returned the inbox to the old style (making it much quicker and easier to use). Seems the ARRL will only be accepting electronic stuff from the logbook of the world programme.
73 Sean G4UCJ
News fm N1ZZZ
Costas Krallis SV1XV <sv1xv@...>
Hi, yesterday I received my card for a PSKFEST QSO with
ZD8JA (OP: N1ZZZ). There is also a note by Jeremy on it,
saying that QSL cards for N1ZZZ/MM shall be available in
73 Costas SV1XV
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Re: New Award
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I had almost exactly the same experience: ended up with
55 contacts. Several of those I had to delete (by mere
days) were european contacts made on 10M. I haven't heard
hide not hair of them since! Unfortunately, 10M isn't
what it was last year. I hope they're still around in 11
Well, enough sniveling and whining.....
I'll be interested in hearing how you like the GAP Titan.
This is really fun I have contacted 99 members NOW after the List been checked I
Re: New Award
you are not alone... it's the same here and worse, I have deleted some
contacts because I had worked them before on the same band and no qsl was
necessary and now it turned out the deleted contacts were the ones that
would count for the new award. Nevertheless, I have just 5 to catch now.
Re: LONP Rules
Bob Balint <rbalint@...>
To 070 Club,
Thanks for LONP What is the Start Date?
73 Bob KF3AA # 124
Re: New Award
This is really fun I have contacted 99 members NOW after the List been checked I only have 57 and the most of the ones I had to remove from my contact list were by days. some I contacted the day before they recived membership, I was really suprised how many members I had contacted within 5 days of them getting there membership some before and some after.
I just be sitting on my pitty pot here and now that I have said that I am off to contact all the members (again) so looking for all of you out there. And I just ordered a GAP Titan DX vertical so I should be a lot better on 40 and 80 meters very soon.
Re: LONP Rules
In a message dated 4/28/2002 11:04:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time, rbalint@... writes:
To 070 Club,
The start date is on your 070 Club certificate hi! Jay N3DQU
Re: New Award
In a message dated 4/28/2002 7:07:04 AM Eastern Daylight Time, G4TGK@... writes:
Well, we had considered posting the dates up on the website, but sometimes downloading data off the web can be a pain, so we decided just to offer the info to those interested in the LONP award rather than make clutter up the website with the extra data. Everyone who asks Chas for a list will be put on an email list, and will automatically get updates fm him as he receives the data fm KA3X....Jay N3DQU.
Is it not possible to put alongside the callsigns of the members on
the PODXS website the date they joined. We could then print off the
list and have a checklist to refer back to. I presume retrospective
contacts are eligible? Perhaps this is too easy though.
Keep up the good work all you volunteers - it is much appreciated.
de Jungle Telegraph
My statement was only a generalization with respect to antenna height etc. People
spend a awful lot of money on flash transceivers, fast computers, and not their antennae!
Of course site restrictions come into the equation as well.
Some people don't take criticism well either....It is a blow to one's ego!....
My intention was not to criticise but to encourage.....
If you are happy with all your 'set-ups', happy with what you achieve, then I am
glad! You are having fun...it is a hobby after all!
But we can listen...take in advice...sift the chaff from the wheat...learn. Just
be cautious! Not everybody is correct, some need filters on their mouths, or in our
case, their keyboards.
For an example, I once talked to a guy about 9000 miles away across the World...said
he was QRP? I was intrigued!
His signal was nearly as good as one of those 'Kilowatt Kids'...so I asked him, after
I gave him a 57 report, how much power was he running? He said, "As much as I can
get out of two D size torch cells!"
I then asked him what was his antenna? His answer summed it up, and I then believed
him...A six element Quad on 20M!
We guessed his power at about 100mW, home brew QRP transmitter about as big as a
How often have you heard, "Your 10 watts and your dipole are doing a great job!"
When they should have said, "Propagation is definitely favouring us, because I can
hear your QRP signal very well!"
If there is no propagation, all the power in the World, and the biggest antenna,
at the greatest height, will be useless. These all will help in poor conditions...
See ya! 73s Duncan
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Re: Survey Results
11. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being very good, how would you rate
You mean 15 ain't between 1 and 10 ?
73, Bernie / KF4FHS
PS: I know you followed me around during the whole Rumble, just so
you could keep track of my score, and beat me by the narrowest of
margins. For shame, for shame.
I received 41 responses to the survey I posted a few weeks ago.
Thank you to all who sent me something. Following are the results,
including some of the more interesting comments.
1. Is PSK31 the primary mode of operation at your station? If no,
what is your primary mode?
73% said PSK31 was their primary mode. Five of the others stated
CW, four of the others stated SSB, and one said "anything
2. Do you run other "soundcard" modes besides PSK31? If yes,
Almost exactly the same number (72%) run some other sound
card mode(s). Other modes mentioned, and the fraction of these
"other sound card operators", were:
3. Have you tried PSK31/QRP? If yes, are you QRP most of the
time? All of the time?
24 of you, about 58% of respondents, have at least tried QRP
PSK31operation. But only four of you are QRP most of the time,
and only two are QRP all the time. (Thanks, Dave, for keeping me
4. What bands do you regularly operate PSK31 on?
Not surprisingly, 20/15/10 dominated this response. One
respondent said "all bands," but there were no other responses for
either 160m or 2m and above. Totals were:
5. Have you ever tried to operate PSK31 on 6m or above?
Eight respondents (20%) have at least tried to operate 6m. A few
others said "not yet, but soon" or something to that effect. A few
others stated that they either had no equipment, or were not
licensed for 6m operation in their country.
6. Do you chase PSK31 DX?
85% of you chase DX on PSK.
7. Do you have PSK31 wallpaper other than 070 Club certificates
on the wall? If yes, please list.
Only 32% of you have radio wallpaper issued by someone other
than the 070 club. Other responses, and the number of responses
for each of them, were:
various contests 4
WorldRadio 31 on 31 3
QRP ARCI 2
A few mentioned that they were working towards some of these
other awards, but had not yet applied or received the certificates.
8. Do you actively work towards obtaining upgrades and
endorsements offered by the 070 Club?
87% of you responded in the affirmative. (That means "said yes.")
There was also one weird response from someone who was upset
about the DX-DL endorsement, and his inability to earn this due to
"diodes in my antenna." I never figured out what he meant by this.
9. Do you participate in PSK31 contests? Have you participated in
the 070 Club contests (PSKfest, Three Day Weekend)?
85% participate in PSK contests. Of those that responded to the
second question, 91% specifically participate in the 070 contests.
10. Do you pass the word about the 070 Club (on the air, local
93% tell others about 070 in one or more ways (on the air, web site
referrals, club meetings, etc).
11. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being very good, how would you rate
the 070 Club program? What do you like the best? What do you
like the least?
The average response here was 9.5, with a range from 8 to 10.
(Note that I downgraded one respondent who didn't follow
directions, and gave a response of 15! I used a 10 in the average
calculation for this math-challenged person.)
Things that were liked the best, and the number of you who
mentioned it were:
Friendships/email reflector/camaraderie/etc 9
070 is a service/help to hams 3
"Easy enough for most to earn awards" 2
Active and creative leadership 1
(Note to the person who said this last one: no matter how much
you flatter the PODXS leadership, you still have to earn every
award yourself! No cheating! And I'm not going to tell them who you
There were fewer responses to the "things I liked least" question:
Internet (web site) problems 3
Room on the certificate for all the endorsements 2
Not enough PSK on the air 1
Not enough contests 1
Credit given only after 1 June 2000 1
The DX-BV endorsement was too hard 1
No award for working 070 members 1
Concern about growing pains as the club grows 1
Not having Jay as my first name 1
3-day contest is too long 1
12. Feel free to add any supplemental information, suggestions, or
A bunch of you submitted general compliments (thanks, well-done,
don't change anything). There were a few specific suggestions.
The only one mentioned more than once was "education on good
signals and operating practices."
Other subjects mentioned, each only once, were:
A DXCC endorsement
More contests (Note that there seemed to be a theme on this
person's response. Every other answer focused on contests.)
Club-organized bulk QSL cards
An organized Dayton effort (e.g., block of hotel rooms)
A one-hour Christmas day sprint contest
A PODXS DXpedition
A PODXS vacation trip (no radios allowed)
Fix the "black-on-green" style of the web page to improve readibility
An 070 club logo to put on QSL cards
And now, a few closing comments from the survey-taker.
A. I find it interesting that there were two suggestions for
"education on good signals and operating practices," especially
since that was a subject of discussion on the email reflector this
past week. I think it would be useful to have some sort of writeup
placed on the web site, describing good and bad signals (including
screen captures like Ludek and others submitted), and what to do
B. Last night's announcement of the LONP award fills the stated
need for a "worked all 070ers" type of endorsement.
C. Jay 'DQU has a separate endorsement page available for those
of you who have run out of space on your 070 certificate.
Thanks again to everyone that responded. If anyone has any other
questions, please ask.
Re: HF antenna
Just another thought ... the best wire antenna I ever had was an inverted v ... 65 feet each leg fed with homemade openwire feed line with about 4 inch spacing... worked well on all bands. At the same time a TA 33 at 35 feet worked better for 10, 15, and 20. Had the TA 33 at 50 feet once ... it was no better than at 35 feet ... hurricane reduced its took it down. For me it is a compromise between height and survivabililty when the hurricane force winds blow. So now it is a Force 12 at 33 feet.... satisfied with its performance and hoping it will survive the next hurricane.