These are spectrum-vs.-time displays, as captured by 'Argo'
. 'Argo' is the premier tool for rendering visible very-low-speed Morse code (QRSS) with dot-lengths of between 3 and 120 seconds (QRSS3 - QRSS120) and sundry boutique modes such as HELL. Depending on the expected signal format, the 'Argo' screen can represent between a couple of minutes and a few hours of captured time. The entire 'Argo' display is shown, since much valuable information for aiding interpretation is on there.
Transatlantic and others from 136kHz.
VA7LF fragment captures, Oct. 6th., '05
VA7LF fragment captures, Oct. 4th., '05
CT1DRP, G3AQC and G3LDO
Crossband QSO with G3AQC
'Part 5' and others from the 137.780 kHz 'watering hole'.
A Night at the Part 5 Opera
Five Part Five
XFX, XES, and XDW
'Lowfer' (160-190kHz) and others.
NC HiMedfer, with a propagational puzzle . . .
'LEK' and the rest of Minnesota
'BRO' and six accomplices
185.3kHz - six signals
IP, YK and NC
'NC' on 510.510kHz
TMO, WA, NC and USA
WEOH, UWL, YK, Wm, NC, TAG
WEOH, UWL, YK, VD, Wm, TAG
Other 'Argo' 'Grabbers'
Bear in mind most of these are NOT 'live' continuously; they are on either by request or when a special operation of some sort occurs. * Indicates usually on continuously. The intent of this list is to allow one to 'bop' backwards and forwards easily between all known 'grabbers', which could be useful if a major operating event is taking place.
Brian, CT1DRP - Oporto, Portugal *
Ralph, W5JGV - Louisiana *
Sam, RN6BN - Krasnodar, Russia *
Laurence, KL1X/5 - Oklahoma
Dave Pick, G3YXM - Brum, England
Dex, W4DEX - North Carolina
John, W1TAG - Massachussets
Jay, W1VD - Connecticut Bryce, KI0LE - Duluth, Minnesota *
Markus, DF6NM - Nuernberg, Germany *
HA6PX / HG6N - Ronafulu / Karancs, Hungary
. . . and of course
W3EEE 'Watering Hole' 'Grabulator' *
W3EEE 137.780kHz 'Grabulator II' *
© Steve Dove, W3EEE, 2003,4