Two friends of the MRHS have combined forces to make a feed of the KPH 4247.0kc signal available on line. Up to 32 listeners can be accommodated.
Hearing the signal directly off the air is best of course but if you're not in a position to do that on Night of Nights VIII direct your browser to:
This is a feed from a RACAL receiver in San Francisco tuned to the above frequency.
The Transmitting Department (Steve Hawes) and the Operating Department (me) did final arrangements and testing last weekend in our respective areas.
Steve will figuratively shoveling coal into the boilers in Bolinas to keep the heavy iron running. I'll be more like the man behind the curtain, throwing carious switches and trying to remember which call sign to use as I control KPH, KFS and KSM from Position 1. Meanwhile QSL Mistress Denice has been busy arranging food and drink for those who will be at the receive site.
VY 73 and Good Listening,
Chief Operator, MRHS
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Night of Nights 2007 Net Audio Feed
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