Heard on VHF/UHF from the mobile this week

Last week’s map of what I’d heard from the mobile seemed to cause a little interest (thank you!), so I thought I’d keep a mental note of what I heard over the week and put a map together. It gives an idea of what conditions have been like, which I hope you find of interest

View Heard this week 12/11/10 in a larger map

A couple of ‘spots’ that I didn’t hear last week. GB3LW in Central London came through on 433.150 (same as GB3DI near Didcot) a couple of times, with good signals. GB3SN on 145.725 was weak but audible this morning and GB3WR was consistent through the week, but a little louder than usual this morning.

Something as yet unidentified is coming through weakly on 145.750. I will keep an eye on this one and see what it turns out to be.

Most active repeater in the morning when I’m listening seems to be the GB3FN Farnham box with a good number on their commuter net. Rob, G4XUT and I do our best on GB3TD!

Tim Kirby, G4VXE, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Oxfordshire, England. Contact him at [email protected].

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