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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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#148 worked on 6M with 3B9FR


Posted: June 27th, 2016 under 6M, DX, Soundclips.

The 6M sporadic-e season started out pretty early for me this year. Usually the good openings starts well into May. On May 4th, I worked UB7K on 6M CW. Since Russia hasn’t been allowed on 6M, except for a few special cases, this was the first contact with Russia that had a valid licence. UB7K […]


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Not so delayed dx report…


Posted: June 20th, 2016 under DX, Soundclips.

Here is the DX report from April till today. The 6M report will come in another post. On April 1st, I worked VK0EK on 40M CW for a new one on 40M. I haven’t worked them on any higher bands, and the conditions hasn’t been too good for propagation to that area from my QTH. […]


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