All About Sporadic-E Propagation

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by N5HZR, Jul 15, 2019.

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  1. VE2TH

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    Yes I agree with you, it really looks like this now on other bands as well.

    Hi!

    Thank you very much for sharing with us, this very good presentation.

    Sporadic-E propagation is really the bread and butter on bands from 15 meters up to 2 meters.

    I use it every year at home but particularly when portable, on those bands antennas are much smaller while they are standard lenghts.

    If you want to know much more about that phenomena, you should read all the documents and huge research and works of:

    Pat J Dyers WA5-IYX (SK) at: the following link:

    https://www.qsl.net/pjdyer/

    By the way, I'm one of the few who has the ARRL WAS, # 1280, mixed CW/SSB on six meters But I still need Rhode Island only for WAS on ten meters!!!! 49/50.-
    On 15 meters I still need: Indiana, Rhode Island, and Vermont. for WAS, So I really need short skip Sporadic E, to achieve it for WAS.

    Over the years I got Alaska on six meters, with "Aurora Es" propagation, and with the same mode I got Yukon, VY1, N.W.T, VE8, and Nunavut VY0.-

    One of these day, I should share my statistics of 55 years of activities on those bands.

    I wish you a very good Es season to all,

    72/73 Mike VE2TH
     
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  2. K5CKS

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    We have had an outstanding season this year on 6M. From Western Arkansas I have worked both coasts and much of the central states. Much to my surprise I have worked Spain, the Canary Islands and Portugal... twice! I have two states left for my 6M WAS. Yup... Alaska and Hawaii. I have heard Hawaii but did not make the QSO... yet.
    73,
    Rory, K5CKS
     
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  3. KM4DYX

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    In another thread I was asking for comments about my ability to hear 20 Meter NCDXF beacon 4U1UN (New York) at my QTH in central NC, a distance of 470 miles. Someone suggested sporadic E. It's booming today, solid 589 and I can copy the 100 mw dash.
     
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