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Offline K4JYS

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ODX Heard in NC
« on: July 26, 2020, 2215 UTC »
I haven't done any listening in a while, so this afternoon I shut down WAS for a short while and made a few passes across the band. Nothing heard but ODX. He was at about a RST 439 on peaks between 2132Z & 2138Z, 7/26/20. Agn about the same from 2151Z 'till around 2155Z. A good amount of QSB was noted during those times.

WAS is now plugged back in, but with its extremely slow restart (if at all) when powered back up, may be tomorrow before I get time to take it down from the wall, open it up and give it a massage.

73 de Bill K4JYS in NC

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Re: ODX Heard in NC
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2020, 0206 UTC »
I hear ODX and KAH quite a bit. Try listening to some Kiwi radios in Texas, Utah and Colorado. You signal may come in. I been tuning to these betweeen 9pm and 10 pm Est. I hear my beacon along with KAH and ODX. Iím quite surprised the propogation at night recently.



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