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Big 6M opening to North America on 6M


Posted: July 29th, 2016 under 6M, DX, Hamradio.

On June 13th, I noticed on ON4KST that Europe was running North-America on 6M. I turned the yagi and started listening. To my surprise, I could hear several stations. I heard several stations on CW and SSB. I gave a few stations a call on SSB. Among them was VO1KVT in GN29. That was a […]


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Gridmaker for DX Atlas


Posted: July 14th, 2016 under Hamradio, Software.

As I enjoy programming, I sometimes make small tools that may be useful to other people. Most of them have been hamradio related. I decided to make my own tool for extracting gridsquares and fields from ADIF-files and make files for use in DX Atlas. DX Atlas has a nice map, and worked/confirmed gridsquares can […]


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#149 worked on 6M with S01WS


Posted: July 12th, 2016 under 6M, Hamradio.

On June 12th, 6M opened again. S01WS was spotted in big parts of Europe. I have never heard them before, and I know several LA’s have worked them. I also missed them when several LA’s worked them on F2. I started hearing bits and pieces on SSB, but I struggled with some intermittent noise on […]


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VE1PZ worked during an aurora on 6M


Posted: July 8th, 2016 under 6M, Hamradio, Soundclips.

On June 5th, I noticed we had an ongoing aurora on 6M. I turned the yagi to the north and started listening on the band. I worked LA1NG in JP66 on SSB. He was very strong, and didn’t have the characteristic aurora on him. Instead it was more like auroral-e. LA4IX in Tromsø called me […]


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Timeplotter


Posted: July 5th, 2016 under Hamradio, Software.

This idea came into life after I read about MD0CCE plotting the time for all his contacts with USA on 6M. G0JHC wondered which tool he used. MD0CCE had done it manually. So I thought to myself that a tool like this is quite like my Distance Statplotter. I modified my code, and here is […]


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