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ANTENTOP- 03- 2003, # 004

History of LF-Bands
   
2002

 

 

18.12.02

First reception of Europe signal in North America on Jason (John W1TAG RX Jim M0BMU)

 

 

Nov. 02

 

In first Dexter W4DEX takes regular plots of HBG(HB Switzerland) on 75kHz reception of Europe signal in North America

 

 

Nov. 02

 

For a conference of 1-st region IARU in San-Marino for the first time is officially recommended Band Plan for the 136kHz band. Also there was an offer on amateur distribution about 500kHz. For this purpose the small Working Group was created with the purpose of consideration 10kHz of a site between 470 and 490kHz

 

 

4..5.11.03

First Indonesian CW beacon. YB3AQF in Surabaya has started 2-day's CW beacon tests in 137.0kHz

 

 

13.10.02

 

At the RSGB HF convention at Egham, Surrey, UK Jim M0BMU received the Nevada Cup for his innovation and general helpfulness to LFers in 2001-2002 season

 

 

27.09.03

First reception of Europe signal in Asia (RA9MB RX RU6LWZ)

 

 

21.08.02

LU Argentina gets 136kHz band - 1W EIRP

 

 

17.07.02

PY Brasil gets 136kHz band

 

 

14.03.02

Rudolf Hell (the inventor of Hellschreiberdies) dies at Age of 100

 

 

19.01.02

First 2-way Jason QSO (Wolf DL4YHF - Dave G3YXM)

 

 

 

2001

 

 

1.12.01

 

First reception of Oceania signal in North America on 136kHz (Dexer W4DEX RX ZL6QH beacon)

 

 

1.12.01

First beacon test on 137.7898kHz in DFCW120 from ZL6QH

 

 

13-14.10.01

 

At the RSGB HF convention at Old Windsor, UK Alan G3NYK received the Nevada cup for his innovation and general helpfulness to LFers in 2000-2001 season. Peter Bobek awards were presented to G3AQC, G3LDO and M0BMU (also to be sent to VE1ZJ, VA3LK and VE1ZZ) for their Trans-Atlantic successes

 

 

13.10.01

First repeater: RX 136kHz band to 145MHz USB TX. Crawley Club G3WSC - MB7LF

 

 

Oct 01

First ZL New Zeland, ZL6QH has received permission to transmit in 136kHz band

 

 

17.09. 01

At 40th WG FM meeting (Corfu): Implementation of Recomendations 62-01(Info & Report)

 

 

1.08.01

 

First reception of Oceania signal in North America on 184.4kHz (Steve VE7SL RX ZL6QH beacon)

 

 

21.11.01

 

First reception of Europe signal in North America on 73kHz in QRSS (John W1TAG RX Laurie G3AQC)

 

 

15.03.01

 

DARC, RSBG and AMRAD - the sponsors of the Trans-Atlantic Challenge have decided to present awards to Larry VA3LK, Laurie G3AQC, Jack VE1ZZ, John VE1ZJ and Peter G3LDO for their contacts

 

 

9.03.01

 

First reception of Europe signal in North America on WOLF (John W1TAG RX Jim M0BMU) WOLF - A new mode developed by Stewart KK7KA is being tried on 136 at present

   
   

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