Dutch 35cm band pirates

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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby neil-c » 18 May 2013, 19:24

RadioPixie wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKvirbm1UBg

All that technology and his uses a ye olde turntable - Excellent :D


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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby kr0ne » 18 May 2013, 20:34

Recorded in vinyl, decoded by magnet and transmitted by microwave!

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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby variant » 02 Aug 2013, 07:51

The changes are that tonight there will be a lot off activity on the 35 cm pirate band ...
It would be great if some off these signals would be received and logged by any UK listener ...

Tonight at 2300 ours dutch time i will start broadcasting towards the South/Western part of the uk ...
Logs can be send to.............. variant860@gmail.com ...

Greetings from a very warm north part off the netherlands !!!


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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby acl777 » 06 Aug 2013, 22:05

Hi Variant. Could you keep us up to date with all your transmissions and other Dutch transmissions. I live on the east coast of England and Dutch FM stations are received as scatter stations every day. I'm after as much Dutch dx as possible and run an Icom 8500 for VHF and UHF. Cheers Alex

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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby variant » 02 Oct 2013, 05:35

Hi Alex!!

Excuse me for the late reply ... much things going on here ...

With my 10 elements fm radio antenna , i also often hear fm transmissions from the UK ..
99.30 bbc is heard almost every day ...

what kind off antenna do you use for receiving 35 cm signals ??

i would be pleased with a signal report , so i,ll keep you and others posted !!

Kind regards

Gert .... [ Variant [

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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby 26TM800 » 13 Dec 2015, 15:16

I'm still trying!
aerial here is CLP 5130 Log Periodic aerial

I probably have more chance of hearing this from the Hill where I heard a Dutch Pirate on 108.0 but that will have to wait til spring
which are the popular frequencies and who has the best signal?
ps, love the radio romeo hotel website!
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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby 26TM800 » 13 Dec 2015, 16:09

you all use Vertical Polarisation on 35cm right?

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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby hennik » 13 Jan 2016, 09:56

In general Horizontal Polarisation is used on 35CM.

See also http://www.basementfm.tk/ see under antenne

There is also a Forum http://dxrapporten.nl/.

Greetings from the Eastside of The Netherlands


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Re: Dutch 35cm band pirates

Postby hennik » 13 Jan 2016, 09:59

In general Horizontal Polarisation is used.

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