OZ1KMR Received by G3XDV
during his QSO with OK1FIG
on 12 September 1999

 The QSO was using normal speed CW, but Spectrogram was set to 0.3Hz bandwidth, so the dots and dashes are not visible. However, the sidebands caused by the keying are clearly there. It is possible that OK1FIG's signal is the fuzy line about three-quarters down the screen as it looks wider than a plain carrier (or a Loran line like the thin parallel ones) and does appear to stop when OZ1KMR is transmitting. Hardly enough to claim the first OK heard in Britain, but it just may be.



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