Goin’ out in Mother Nature!
Not much listening yesterday evening and last night. Instead I prepared for a little 24h “mini-pedition” to the Skagen Peninsula, which is the northern part of Vardøya Island. Skagen is easily accessed by car, and the weather this morning is indeed very nice. Very little wind and even parts of blue sky. I will use my ICF-2001D (ICF-2010) and two BOG’s, 200m in 330 degrees and 200m in 50 degrees. Both fed via 9:1 baluns into a coax switch and a step attenuator. It will be interesting to listen in an environment which is free from man-made noise. Nearest building structure populated by Homo Sapiens is almost 900 meters away. Hope that the rather low A- and K–indexes remains. I’m getting back tomorrow afternoon with the results of this little visit in Mother Nature.