30 June, 2019 at 14:17 #7704Raimund DonaliesParticipant
Hello, it was a good signal in nort west Germany. I use a FD4 Antenna, a Datong convewrter and my TS480 to listen for SAQ today morniung and just before. Good Signal 15 dB above noise.73 de Raimund DH8RD in JO44PE. Also watched the livestream on Youtube Looking forward fo christmas this year.
12 July, 2019 at 00:27 #7756Whitham ReeveParticipant
I received both transmissions on 30 June 2019 at Cohoe, Alaska USA and filed the online reception report.
Will QSL cards acknowledging the reception be mailed out like last year?
18 July, 2019 at 09:33 #7758AlexanderSAQKeymaster
Yes, all reception reports from the Alexanderson Day June 30, 2019, filed to us via online form or by Email will receive a QSL.
We are currently putting together the complete listeners reports list which will be published any soon.
After that we will issue the QSL cards.
Fredrik / AlexanderSAQ
18 July, 2019 at 17:41 #7759Whitham ReeveParticipant
Dear Fredrik – Thanks very much for the update! Looking forward to receiving the card.
By the way, I wrote a brief report about my reception on 30 June 2019: http://www.reeve.com/Documents/Articles%20Papers/Reeve_SAQ-Jun2019.pdf
And, I also wrote about my reception on 1 July 2018: http://www.reeve.com/Documents/Articles%20Papers/Reeve_SAQ-Jul2018.pdf
3 July, 2019 at 19:23 #7755Wolfgang Palme (DL8ABH)Guest
Glad about best reception of SAQ-Alexanderson Day Transmission ever: RST 489, Qth: Barsinghausen /N. Germany
Gear: Dressler Ara 60, Refcom LF Converter, Ten Tec Omni V
mni tnx for keeping on running SAQ
73 Wolf DL8ABH
2 July, 2019 at 10:28 #7748Aleksander Cieszkowski SP9ERYGuest
Dear SAQ Team and all SAQ listeners,
I have been listening the SAQ for the first time on 30th July this year, and it was a great adventure for me.
My equipment was:
1) an upconverter to 4 MHZ using ferrite antenna and a FRG-7 receiver,
2) simple regenerative 3 transistor receiver also with ferrite antenna.
Signal was strong enough- with 1st set it was S7-8, and with 2nd set signal was weak but readible.
I’m looking forward to hear SAQ in winter.
Best 73’s and regards,
1 July, 2019 at 20:47 #7745Bernd RiethGuest
very strong signal (-68 dBm) in JN39PQ (Idar-Oberstein)
Equipment: W&G SPM-3, Ant 9m Vertical.
1 July, 2019 at 11:43 #7739Steven BAERT, ON4SLBGuest
I was able on 30 june to receive SAQ at 14 h local time, here in Belgium, St.-Martens-Latem, RST 599, all FB
Setup : longwire 40m, 12m high, homebrew upconverter (2 x BF981 (RF and mix) and 5 MHz LO), receiver Yaesu FT817.
Keep Her running,
hear you on 24 of december.
30 June, 2019 at 20:29 #7727Rupert BullockGuest
Excellent strong signal from SAQ received here in the South of England during the 1200UTC transmission today. My receive set up was a 1957 Racal RA17mk1 with an RA37 LF adapter and a Wellbrook ALA1530LF RX loop aerial. Thanks for the very pleasant listening experience.
30 June, 2019 at 19:20 #7725Walter KrafftGuest
I have organized an saq-fieldday JO54BH. We habe had over 20 OM, who has listened saq with a very very strong Signal 599 with differnt homebrew an Commercial Receivers.
I have built up an NVIS-antenna and we have contact with our callsigns DL0KF an DN4AZ without any Problems.
tnx Walter, DL6HAK and Gerlinde, DO5GK and the rest of the vistors of our saq fieldday.
30 June, 2019 at 19:06 #7724Jose MagiGuest
Very good copy today both SAQ transmissions in Catalonia Spain near Barcelona.
Equipment: Rohde Schwarz ESH3 receiver with Active Loop Antenna HFH2-Z2
73 from Catalonia
Jose – EA3JAA
30 June, 2019 at 17:23 #7720David S51DAGuest
Beautiful signal in Bohinj JN66XG with MiniWhip and SAQrx_V098.
73 de s51da
30 June, 2019 at 17:07 #7719Rabbe FogelholmGuest
At the top of Väsjöbacken, 100 m above sea level, 59°27′12″ North, 17°58′21″ East, just north of Stockholm, Sweden. Very clear reception with a 25 m extension cord laid out on the dry ground, a laptop with the SAQrx program (https://sites.google.com/site/sm6lkm/saqrx/), and headphones.
30 June, 2019 at 16:05 #7715
30 June, 2019 at 15:54 #7714Peter Eijlander (PA0PJE)Guest
Second transmission received with an “up-converter” (SO42P+10 MHz osc.) and a Racal RA-17 on 10 MHz. Good sigs, easy copy! Thanksfor the nice transmissions. Best 73 from Edam. Peter – PA0PJE at the Fort bij Edam.
30 June, 2019 at 15:49 #7713ManfredGuest
Hello SAQ enthusiasts,
after 3 years of noise and statics i received today a low (10-15 dB over noise) but good audible signal here in south Bavaria close to Munich (Loc. JN57WV)
Conditions RX: Rohde & Schwarz EK 895, Ant: 10 to 100 kHz Loopantenna 8m over Ground
All the best to the SAQ family all over the word and stay “radioactive”!
vy 73 de DL1BAY Op. Manfred
30 June, 2019 at 14:44 #7710Jo dl3aviGuest
Very good copy both transmissions in Eisenach jo50dx. Antenna FD4 and SAQ Panoramic VLF Receiver v0.6 by Lenovo, RST 579.
73 jo dl3avi
30 June, 2019 at 14:32 #7709Christopher BowneGuest
No joy here again on Stonington Point Connecticut USA for the second transmission. I’ll be back again on Christmas Eve! Hopefully a lot less static then, noise levels today were more than 20dB higher than when copied the Christmas Eve 2018 transmission from here. Equipment was a Wandell und Goltermann AT-611 Selective Level Meter and a 100 foot “trailing wire” lying on the rocks about 10 feet from the ocean.
30 June, 2019 at 14:32 #7708Andreas AdlerParticipant
Hej Alexander fan’s,
Today I received the first time the SAQ transmission
using the original “SAQ Receiver kit” from Grimeton.
The SAQ signal was much better than expected with 569.
73 from north Germany JO53BI
30 June, 2019 at 14:26 #7706Klaus…dj5orGuest
Very good receiving near Frankfurt/Main with longwave converter into my old FT 757gx and 80 mtr.Dipol Antenna
30 June, 2019 at 14:19 #7705Bob AckxParticipant
Very good copy In Boskoop / Netherlands of both transmissions. RST 5 7/8 9 on a Telefunken ELK-639 receiver with a
horizontal wire of abt 30 metres.
73 Bob PA5V