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24. May 2022

Sporadic E




DF1NP, Willi - JN58OV
Rig:
2 x 10 el, 500 W
ODX:
2468
Log:
14:58 UA6HJT LN14LC -10 FT8
hrd UZ6DD
Comment:
First contact on Es this year
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Willi
OE3FVU, Franz - JN78VE
Rig:
IC9700 - 4x14 ele - 400 Watt and IC275H - 100W - 9 ele
ODX:
14:52 RJ7M KN97KE FT8 1726km
Log:
1Worked:
14:36 UC6A KN84PV FT8 1680km
14:51 RU7L KN97LN FT8 1724km
14:52 RJ7M KN97KE FT8 1726km

Hrd FT8:
R7LP KN96uw (QSO not complete) 1798km
RK6MF KN97cc 1775km
RZ6DD LN04MX 1959km

PSK Reporter also flagged me at UA6LJV (KO85ss - 1706km) and R6BY (KN84PV 1683km)
Comment:
First Es opening this year. Es is quite rare this year.

Not a single signal heard on 144.300 SSB or 145.500 FM (I monitor both alongside FT8).

Annoying is that with each Es Opening a discussion is started on the ON4KST chat by some people who try to explain that an FT8 QSO is *not* real QSO. I would like to see the energy that these people put in trying to spoil the fun of others in working Es/FT8, being put in calling CQ on 144.300 SSB or 144.050 CW. Anyway I rather work Es FT8 than listening to the eternal noise fields on 144.300....
OE4WHG, Hans-Peter - JN87DC
Rig:
TS-2000X
ODX:
1916km, RZ6DD
Log:
14:36 RZ6DD LN04
14:38 R7BN LN05
RJ7M, Sergey - KN97KE
Rig:
FT-847+PA 1xGI7B 16 el Yagi
ODX:
2080
Log:
14.42 IK4GNG FT8 JN64 2080 km.
14.54 OE3FGU FT8 JN78 1725 km.
Comment:
My first Es in 2022 season.