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Archive for 'EME'

2 new worked on 6M with CE3SX and TJ3SN


Posted: June 10th, 2015 under 6M, EME, Soundclips.

The season is here again. By that I mean the 6M sporadic-e season. My first 6M qso this year was made on May 14th. We were lucky to catch some sporadic-e linked to tep into southern Africa. I worked Bernie, ZS4TX/6 with a good signal. That was a new square on 6M. A few hours […]


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LX1DB and HB9MOON on 23CM EME


Posted: December 19th, 2009 under EME, Hamradio.

Take a look at this video. Quite an amazing signal for eme. This video reminds me of LA8AV Egil's 23CM setup. I visited him once during an eme contest in 2006. I remember he worked LX1DB on CW and then LX1DB asked Egil to go on SSB too. Signals were amazing, but no wonder when […]


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GJTracker 2.02 released


Posted: September 2nd, 2009 under EME, Hamradio, Software.

Lance W7GJ released a new version of his moontracking software a few days ago. He has included a map which shows the moon terminator. This can be quite useful to determine who has moon and who hasn’t. Lance saw the need for this on his E51SIX expedition, where he had no internet access most of […]


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GJTracker by W7GJ


Posted: July 31st, 2009 under DX, EME, Hamradio, Software.

After getting my new 6M yagi up in the air, I have wanted to try it on eme to see how it performs. To see the times that are best to the different stations, I found GJTRACKER to be an excellent program. The program is written by Lance W7GJ and was originally a dos version. […]


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6M aurora, eme and new grids


Posted: July 23rd, 2009 under EME, Hamradio, LoTW.

Sunday wasn’t over after the last report. Instead of editing my last post a third time, I decided to save it for this post. I noticed LA5UF spotting KP4EIT on SSB, but I was too late. A few hours later, the band suddenly opened to northern OH. I heard and worked OH8UV and OH7HXH. Finally I […]


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