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Offline UtilitySeattle

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10/11 Meter activity 2/3/2022
« on: February 03, 2022, 2304 UTC »
27.695 LSB several SS OMs sound Mexican. S5-S9 into the PNW. Signals all over the waterfall well into 10M band. Heard one RTTY station in 10 M
Band is warming up.
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Re: 10/11 Meter activity 2/3/2022
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2022, 2355 UTC »
25153kHz usb un-id SS 2340z 3 Feb /22
Most times & frequencies posted are only an approximation.
Wishing the 1980's PopComm was still around.

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Re: 10/11 Meter activity 2/3/2022
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2022, 0013 UTC »
Thanks for posting. 10/11 Meters was really hot from time to time over the last 3/4 months. I worked European stations on 10M and that's something I hadn't done in many years. Worked a couple of UK stations on 12 meters also, last week. Looking forward to good sunspot counts. It's awesome also for Techs to be able to work real DX with small antennas if they have the equipment to do so.