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Offline 45auto

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Thanks R4002 & Chris!
« on: November 08, 2019, 1951 UTC »
 I wish to thank R4002 and Chris for their service.   Long time lurker, looking to contribute to this forum :-)
      Esp in the 10/11 meter arena - 45auto in Upstate NY

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Re: Thanks R4002 & Chris!
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2019, 2241 UTC »
Welcome to the HFU!
Chris Smolinski
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eQSLs appreciated! csmolinski@blackcatsystems.com
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Re: Thanks R4002 & Chris!
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2019, 1414 UTC »
Glad to have you on the board!

11m has had some nice sporadic-E openings over the past few weeks.  I managed to work some DX on 27.385 MHz LSB channel 38 LSB 27385 LSB last week with a barefoot Superstar 3900 doing about 15w PEP on SSB with a cheap mag mount mobile antenna.  Noted some activity on the lower channels as well, namely 26705 AM and 26715 AM.  26915 AM and the other American low band CB freeband freqs had some chatter on them as well. 

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