Reverse Beacon Network Test

Here’s a cool propagation demo using the Reverse Beacon Network. We sent out “TEST TEST TEST DE W8EDU W8EDU W8EDU” on three different bands. Lines are drawn from our location, where it’s sunset, to each station in the network that picked up our signals. The green lines are 80m (not going much of anywhere until the terminator passes us in a few hours); the orange lines are 40m (going primarily to the night side of the terminator); and the purple lines are 20m (going primarily to the day side.)

-Kristina KD8OXT

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P.S. – We’re still operating for School Club Round-Up tonight and tomorrow afternoon! Come join us.

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