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The "Mid-Latitude Sporadic-E (Es)" resource is listed in dxzone.com under 1 categories. Its main category is Sporadic E propagation (Sporadic E propagation). Listed in our web site directory since Sunday Dec 7 2008, as a result, till today this link has been followed 244 times. So far no one has rated yet, so be the first to rate this resource !

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