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- Buick Mackane
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And they've just received it 78 years later ?pete_uk wrote:In 1938 a bit of tropo sent the low band VHF TV signals across the atlantic.
Here's the video
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Still happens today when the atmosphere is being co-operative, look for US Fire Dept pagers between 33.42 - 33.98 MHz (20 kHz channels). Most likely in the afternoon here.
KEY : = channel/stud | ~ = CTCSS/DCS | ^ = transmitter site | ¯ = overhead | * = trunked
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They've never had decent TV since
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