Humber Coastguard

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Re: Humber Coastguard

Postby ACL » Fri Mar 31, 2017 8:54 pm

Thanks Chris. There are so many contradictory websites out there though. I've bookmarked "coastal radio uk " and that says Walton and Bawdsey are under Dover ( which now encompasses Thames ) and not Humber.
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Re: Humber Coastguard

Postby deadite66 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:03 am

Must have been good lift conditions last night, got a recording of Dover CG weather announcement.
not bad from great yarmouth, i did make a new dipole out of copper last week so it has helped my RX.
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Re: Humber Coastguard

Postby ACL » Wed Jun 21, 2017 6:37 am

Well done on Dover. I'd like to receive from Farnham and Solent but it would take a good lift for that. Plenty of Dutch, Belgium and German repeaters about this morning on 70cm.
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