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Offline ThaDood

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Sporadic E on 10M last night!
« on: April 29, 2019, 1657 UTC »
           Nice QSO to Fayetteville and Tommyville, AR on 28.420USB at 03:15UTC, 4/29/2019 from WV. Signals peaked to S7. I 1st heard it on 11M CB CH 38LSB and the Superbowl CH 6 going nuts. Hey, I'll take it, with the lower bands crammed with lightning crashes. Both were about 100W coming back to me, and I was around 62W going back. I'm now using a 10M Ringo tuned to 1:1 VSWR at 28.400MHz. 
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Re: Sporadic E on 10M last night!
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2019, 1145 UTC »
I had similar conditions one night a couple of months back. In my case the path was from my QTH in Florida to Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.


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