how many -30 hams

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  1. KE5SCY

    KE5SCY Ham Member QRZ Page

    That's what I was eventually gonna get to is DXing because that is one of my main interests. I planned on getting my general and extra when I feel like I'm ready. I wanna learn the basics and get some local QSL cards for now.
    I made my first communication today at 18:53 UTC on 441.375 MHz

    KE5SCY
     
  2. KI4PRK

    KI4PRK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Good stuff on your first QSO, KE5SCY! Glad to hear you're going to get into DXing! I wrote a popular (not to brag, but it's true) article on Eham.net about beginning in DX. If you want, you can see it at: http://www.eham.net/articles/18080/ .

    I have 192 DXCC entities. It really is fun, simple, and can be easy if you're only doing it casual (but it can sometimes get tough too, believe me!)
     
  3. KU0DM

    KU0DM Guest

    I LOVE 15 meters, my favorite band.

    No one looks over there, so when it opens and I hear Pacific stations, less people to have to get over! [​IMG]
     
  4. KI4PRK

    KI4PRK Ham Member QRZ Page

    15M FOREVER!!!!!!!!!

    Yeah, I like it too. Good DX includes: 5T5DY, Mauritania; TZ1T, Mali; T32MO, Eastern Kiribati; V51AS, Namibia; YW0DX, Aves Island; 9G???, Ghana; 3DA0ZA, Swaziland; and VK9DNX, Norfolk Island.

    You CANNOT beat the late morning/early afternoon path on 15M for African QSO's. Period. Even at the bottom of the cycle. The mid/late afternoon path is pretty good for Pacific stations, I agree, but a better one exists on another FB+ band, 17M at a slightly (15 or 30 minutes) later time.

    BTW, just for the record, here are the best Pacific band/times for Central and Eastern US time zones: 40/80M, around 8–12:30 UTC; 20M, around 16–20:30 UTC;12M around 19–21 UTC; 17/15M around 18:30–23:00 UTC; 20M around 1–5 UTC.

    Hope this helps up your DXCC score. 73, de Brennen KI4PRK age 13
     
  5. KB3LAZ

    KB3LAZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I know only 2 other hams in my area under 21!
     
  6. LBPETREY

    LBPETREY QRZ Member

    9 Year Old Ham

    My son passed element 2 this past month. He is 10 now, but was 9 when he passed the test. Still waiting for his callsign though. Any day now.
     
  7. WA5CXY

    WA5CXY Guest

    congrats to your son!^^^^
    22 here!
     
  8. K0DXC

    K0DXC Ham Member QRZ Page


    SSB dxing is very bad during this spot of the sunspot cycle. It seems that I can never break pileups on ssb. I love CW because I hear dx on CW every day and can work multiple countries a day. SSB dxing should improve as does the sunspot cycle though
     
  9. KE7JFA

    KE7JFA Guest

    Both my kids got their tickets.
    My son 14 years old and my daughter 11 years old.
     
  10. KC8VSZ

    KC8VSZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    ham age...dosent matterr we r all kids when we get a new radio

    im 26 in my local club www.iarc.ws there are only i think 6 ppl younger than me... dunno its important to try to find a hook for ppl to get started no matter the age..
     
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