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Thread: NZ4O HF/6M Radiowave Propagation Forecast #2012-15

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  1. #11


    All very interesting and useful in planning my radio activities.
    If they predict excellent conditions, I will be on my radio trying to make as many contacts as I can.
    If they predict poor conditions, then in that case, I will be on my radio trying to make as many contacts as I can!


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Stuarts Draft, VA


    You might be right; the peak may not be here yet. Nonetheless, I think we're looking at fleeting F2 openings at 50 MHz at best, almost all on north/south paths. And the polar openings last fall on 10 Meters will not likely re-occur, unless there is a similar spike during an equinoctial period. The current equinoctial period is a waste on 28 MHz.

    However, 17 Meters has been impressive during the last week over the poles.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    New Mexico


    The sun is estimated to be 4.5 billion years old. We've been "studying" it for less than 200. Enough said?

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