Peter's January Es season video log

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Peter's January Es season video log

Post by pe1etr » 03 Jan 2016 19:00

FMDX Es part 1 03 01 2016
Great winter Es :)
FCD Pro+ with an FM Ring Dipole in the loft
Italy Algeria France (More to come in the next videos)
https://youtu.be/7HkihQ19_Rw

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Re: Peter's January Es season video log

Post by pe1etr » 03 Jan 2016 22:34

Part 2
https://youtu.be/t2vtEufW2O0
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Re: Peter's January Es season video log

Post by pe1etr » 03 Jan 2016 23:02

Part 3 of my Winter Es FMDX
Algeria with a PI code (last clip in the video)
https://youtu.be/_WIEkLprc8E

FCD Pro + FM omni in the loft
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Re: Peter's January Es season video log

Post by Andrew Webster,Wigan » 06 Jan 2016 13:55

Excellent video's Peter of a good opening for the time of year and that halo is not doing a bad job.

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Re: Peter's January Es season video log

Post by Tim Bucknall » 06 Jan 2016 13:59

best mid winter e season since 6th Jan 1995 imo


it almost vanished in the last 20 years
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