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Author Topic: Radio Totse 6925 07:14z-08:35z 08-04-13  (Read 5750 times)
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« Reply #15 on: August 07, 2013, 1403 UTC »

My QRP power levels aren't favorable to being heard in North America. I use a 10W Corsair on 6925 and have usually transmitted anywhere from an hour before local sunset (currently 0930z) up to an hour after that. I broadcast when the opportunity arose, it was very sporadic. The last time I broadcast was around the new year.

Dak says he'll be back "on air this weekend. Probably around 10:00 utc on Saturday and Sunday."


1000z may be a little late for the eastern USA, however, as the Sun is already rising, but I will certainly try to listen as well!  One suggestion - If he could send a few SSTV pictures during the show, it might provide additional opportunities for listeners to receive them and verify that they are indeed hearing the station.


Chris Smolinski
Westminster, MD
eQSLs appreciated! Send to: csmolinski@blackcatsystems.com
JRC-NRD 545 / RF Space netSDR / 670 ft horizontal loop / 500 ft beverage / 43mb sloping folded dipole
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