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Beautiful conditions this morning on 15 meter AM

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« on: February 05, 2013, 01:48:29 PM »

I listened to Dave - W6PSS for a bit this morning and then fired up below him on 21.420 MHz. Within a few seconds of tuning up I received a very strong call from Ed - N5AEA down in Melissa Texas. We had a nice chat for about half an hour and then the band began to change around. At times Ed was S-9 + 15 dB. The recording shows a very deep fade about a minute and a half into it but Ed was easy copy in spite of the changing propagation.



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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2013, 06:38:01 PM »

Wow!  Band has been jumping all day today what with the AM Xmtr Rally and all. As I am typing this, WB6QKO in Santa Monica is strapping in well after sunset here in CT.  Had a lot of fun with the HT-37 and SX-71, 25 watts into a rotatable dipole. Going to have to hang out on 15 more often and get the SB200 going again  for a bit more strap with the old Halli...Larry had me about 4 S units down from my neighbor down the block Joe , N1VIV, who was running a FT100 and an amp at about 100 watts carrier into a hex beam.

Chris, AJ1G
Stonington, CT
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