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Offline MDK2

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« on: March 25, 2019, 1611 UTC »
In the past I was under the impression that I could copy RMW on 9996 (easily the strongest of its three frequencies for me) only in the early part of the evening hours, when I could get it at all. It's been a seasonal copy in spring and early summer in my experience. However I have been getting it in the morning hours at my QTH recently, c. 1500 UTC. Perhaps the recent little burst of solar activity is helping.

Today's log is RMW on 9996 kHz CW, 1407-1448z, SIO 333. Still there as I type this at 1611z but just above the noise now.
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