WA6MHZ as W1AW/6

Discussion in 'SKED - QSO Scheduling' started by KC9UDX, Feb 7, 2014.

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  1. WA6MHZ

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    MOVED to 3808
     
  2. WA6MHZ

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    Now on 3802.5, trying to evade spanish QRM
     
  3. N0NCO

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    Heard your call on 3802.5 just above the noise & tried to get back to you. But now I'm hearing a group of DX stations on 3803 that are booming in at 10 over 9 here, so I can't hear you at all anymore. The band seems to be rather crowded tonight.
     
  4. N0NCO

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    I've tried to come back to your call a number of times in between the DX that's 500 Hz above your freq, but I guess you're not hearing me. The low end of 75 is usually full of DX at night over here.
     
  5. WA6MHZ

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    I am just starting to hear some Midwest stations. On 3804.5 now
     
  6. WA6MHZ

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    I have some oscillation noise in the radio that drifts around and is KILLING 3802 now, and bothering 3804. Trying 3805
     
  7. N0NCO

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    Finally made it on 75m! :) Crowded band tonight, too. I see that you got a bunch of contacts right at the end of your stint. Funny how that works sometimes. BTW - how was my sig compared to others tonight?
     
  8. WA6MHZ

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    I know!!! For the first 3 hours, It was tough to scare up anyone! Right as my shift ends, The band opens up!

    Anyway, here is the madhouse sked for Tomorrow, (actually today Zulu)

    1400-1800Z 15 SSB
    1800-2200Z 15 RTTY
    2200-0000Z 15 SSB
    then, Sunday
    0000-0400Z 75 SSB (I might just DITCH that, as it was pretty much a bust tonight. Only about 20-30 contacts for 4 hours of operation!!!)
     
  9. N0NCO

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    1400-1800Z on 15m ought to work for us. And we'll probably be able to work each other at the beginning of your second shift, as well. BTW - I just had a nice QSO with a guy in Italy on 40m phone. Booming sig here at 20 over 9. He's running a full-size homebrewed 4-el monobander @ 75'!
     
  10. N0NCO

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    I'm hearing you fairly well on 15m right now. Tried to call you a few times.
     
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