99.9 Spanish Preacher back in Lawrence after about a 6 year absence ??
Fri Oct 27 17:10:08 EDT 2006
I just use a couple radios that have signal meters. The best one is my
handheld ham radio (Kenwood TH-F6A). That has great expanded receive
capabilities, and once can hear the station without the antenna on, all I
have to do is look around at rooftops. Most antennas are very obvious now
that I know what I'm looking for. The station in Lawrence is using 2 stacked
folded dipoles strapped to a chimney.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephanie Weil [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 5:05 PM
> To: Jeff Lehmann
> Cc: 'John Bolduc'; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: 99.9 Spanish Preacher back in Lawrence after about a 6 year
> absence ??
> On Fri, October 27, 2006 17:01, Jeff Lehmann wrote:
> > I was up in Lawrence several weeks ago, and found this station. The
> > it's on is halfway up a hill, overlooking the city.
> Hahaha...talk about your pirate radio cliche - broadcasting from the hills
> on the outskirts of town. :)
> Did you get a view of the antenna? How did you manage to track the signal
> down to its source, just curious - direction finder?
> Stephanie Weil
> New York City, NY, USA
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