[pskmail] Re: Introduction

  • From: Per Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 06 Nov 2008 21:55:29 +0100

Hi William,

Nice to see you here and very nice to have you qrv from EA5.
When Rein was there we had plenty of sessions on 30 meters, condx
changes of course so perhaps another band could be good too now.
There is an expedition to Togo in November so I have altered my scanning
a bit for that. If you look at the prediction for my server you may want
to try the other bands as well, that page is here:

73 de Per, sm0rwo

tor 2008-11-06 klockan 17:52 +0100 skrev William:
> Le 08-11-06 à 15:26, Rein Couperus a écrit :
> >
> > I normally can work SM0RWO on 30 meters during the day time from  
> > your qth.
> Good to know. One difference may be that the house is in the lower  
> part of
> the casco antiguo, backing onto the hill. I know this affects my  
> radiation
> pattern, but I normally can see Northern Europe quite well.
> > Maybe you can put a beacon on 10148 so we can check the logs to see if
> > you are getting through. I can hear IS0GRB-3 here very well, but
> > DK4XI-0 is too close to work. At the moment SM0RWO-9 is booming in  
> > here
> > with a fish pole antenna (S9+). You should listen in the first 5  
> > minutes of the hour for
> > the beacons. You can check the on-line logs from PI4TUE and SM0RWO  
> > to see
> > if your beacons make it (www.pskmail.it).
> Ok, I've put a beacon on, callsig VE2WSW and /EA5 in the comment as
> suggested. Not much daytime left though.
> Later this evening I'll try adjusting the coils on the antenna (antenna
> http://irl.styx.org/~va3udp/ea5_ve2wsw.shtml) to see if I can get a
> better match for 30m, potentially without a tuner.
> A+
> 73 de William EA5/VE2WSW
> va3udp /@/ rac.ca

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