GB3LER

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Iain, MM0TFU

Fri Oct 03 2008, 11:42PM
Does anyone know if GB3LER is back operational?
I saw a cluster spot by EA3TI reporting having heard a MS burst from LER at 1658 on 18 Sept.
Has anyone else heard it recently?

Iain.
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Dai, G8FXM
Thu Oct 30 2008, 11:55AM
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Have you discovered any more on this Iain?
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Iain, MM0TFU
Thu Oct 30 2008, 07:25PM
Iain, MM0TFU
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Dave,
I have had no other response to the original post.
I think that the beacon keeper is GM4SWU, but I cannot find an email addess for him, to clarify the current status of LER.
I appreciate that there may be a whole variety of reasons why it has been off, and I am not complaining about this, but I do miss LER. It was a great help when listening for Au. and with JX7SIX also non-op at present, there is a bit of a "hole" to the North.
Anyone up in Shetland or Orkney have any more info?

Iain.
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Iain, MM0TFU
Sun Apr 26 2009, 03:47PM
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The GB3LER beacon is QRV again as of today 26 April.
(Thanks to GM4WMM)

Iain.
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Paul, GW8IZR
Mon Apr 27 2009, 06:15AM
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Yesterday during the afternoon it was there in dsp as a very weak tropo trace with lots of scatter. Nice to see (and hear) it.
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Christoph, DF9CY
Mon May 04 2009, 07:58AM
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Oh ja,
received a lot of short MS pings when trying. It seems to be there. Fine !
Christoph

[ Edited Mon May 04 2009, 08:02AM ]
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