All About Sporadic-E Propagation

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

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  1. KI6PMD

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    I love 6# meters ! When its open it is MAGIC ! when its not its TRAGIC ! so far we have have a few real nice S2 openings. See you on 6# 73'Phil KI6PMD..
  2. AC8SW

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  4. KJ8O

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    My furthest station on FMBC (3 meters) was KGNZ 88.1 Amarillo Texas to Detroit Michigan at approx. 1,400 miles in July 2006. The opening was so big, it was even mentioned in the QST World Above 50 MHz article. The station was so loud, I though I was hearing a local, on my car radio no less.
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  5. KJ8O

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    Correction, Abilene, not Amarillo.+
  6. KQ6XA

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    I'm thinking of Sporadic E clouds as if they are like the "Pacific Garbage Patch" of tin cans in the thermosphere.
    Those asteroid tourists tend to leave their trash all around as they party on through!
    The flotsam and jetsam collects in the eddies.

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  7. N4SL

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    Welcome to the Sufferin’ Sevens!
    Living in the NW corner of the US (WA & NW MT), 6m does open but we’ll also go a few years sometimes without. Last summer was good, this summer quite iffy.
  8. 2E0FYR

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    [QUOTE="KQ6XA, Q: What do you call a female radio operator?.[/QUOTE]
    A: popular
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  9. KL7AJ

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    This is a very good point. Often, I'll see a GREAT sporadic E layer on our local ionosonde, but it doesn't help (unless you happen to be interested in NVIS 6 meters. :)
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  10. KL7AJ

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    This is more than Gravity Waves are very well documented.
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