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05. Jan 2019

Tropo



EA1HRR, Fidel - IN83JJ
Rig:
IC-7100 50w ant:DK7ZB dual yagi 5ele. 2mts/8el.432
ODX:
GM G PA EI F ON all
Log:
07:42 FT8 G3YDY JO01fq
07:46 FT8 G0KSC JO01
08:07 FT8 G0MGM IO91
08:48 FT8 F6IFX JN07
08:57 FT8 G8XYJ IO82
09:02 FT8 G0HVQ IO81
09:04 FT8 G4BRK IO91
09:12 FT8 G0JCC IO82
09:20 FT8 G8JLY IO82
09:49 FT8 EA2DLX IN83
09:54 FT8 M0TFO IO81
09:56 FT8 G8XWR IO91
10:05 FT8 G4TRA IO81
10:07 FT8 G4APJ IO83
12:23 FT8 EI3KD IO51
13:47 FT8 F0FKO IN96
14:18 FT8 F4HRD JO00
14:39 FT8 GM3SEK IO74
14:44 FT8 G4SFY JO02
14:59 FT8 G4HSK JO01
15:00 FT8 M0PNN IO82ts
15:05 FT8 GM0NRT IO87
15:05 FT8 G4IJE JO01
15:12 FT8 G4DHF IO92
15:14 FT8 G1MHU IO93
15:17 FT8 GX3WSC IO91
15:21 FT8 G4CDF IO91
15:22 FT8 G4YHF IO92
15:27 FT8 G0CER IO82
15:34 FT8 G4KUX IO94bp
18:10 FT8 G4CDN JO02
18:44 FT8 G0NNF IO92
18:50 FT8 PA3CMC JO21
18:52 FT8 G8HGN JO01
19:03 FT8 PA1BVM JO21bs
19:20 FT8 G8EKG IO92
19:57 FT8 EI19RE io53
20:00 FT8 ON5PU JO21
20:01 FT8 PA2CHR JO20vv
20:33 FT8 PA3PCV JO20
20:33 FT8 PA4VHF JO32je 1217
20:35 FT8 PE1LJS JO22
20:41 FT8 F5IDK JO20
20:49 FT8 PH4X JO22
21:02 FT8 M0TAZ JO01
21:06 FT8 ON4KHG JO10wk
21:09 FT8 G0JCC IO82
21:19 FT8 G6EIH IO92
21:34 FT8 G3TCG JO00
21:42 FT8 G8ECI JO03
Comment:
good day to enjoy on 144 mhz, qrm local, of change of period, lost calls, pil-up G F ..working N Ne dir.

73 to all sri fr my errors..on qso..complet.& incomplet.

50w +ic7100 + tropo +yagi 5elem is perfect...pse no use power qro..mode FT8 narrow mode.

all enyoy this mode. 73 FELIZ 2019
M0HOM, Martin - IO93QO
Rig:
FT-736R + PA 100W, LNA + 10EL
ODX:
F2CT IN93 - 1138KM
Log:
18:07 F2CT IN93GJ
Comment:
Yagi on temporary pole @ 5M AGL.
General lack of activity especially on SSB/CW
I was watching an EA2 on 144174 FT8 for a long time, signal up to S7 on my meter at times, would easily make the 1100KM QSO using 'old school' methods.
ED1ZAG and ED1YCA beacons were heard well.