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160M "Trans-Atlantic" tests to proceed again tonig

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Vortex Joe - N3IBX

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« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2005, 12:00:20 PM »

Hello All,
           I just wanted to let everyone know that we're resuming our Trans-Atlantic 160M tests tonight at midnight, EST. Last Saturday, Steve, KL7OF was in there and a many of us were able to have a QSO with him. I heard from Steve and he informed me that he'll be in there again tonight. Not only will we be doing the "Trans-Atlantic tests again, but also "Trans-Continental" tests as well.

There is some sort of corntest going on in the Netherlands this weekend so there may be a change in the rx frequency. More about this later.

Since we had a fairly large amount of people on last weekend, we'll be transmitting for fifteen minutes and listening for 15 minutes.

Same frequencies as last time unless the European receive frequency changes due to corntest QRM:

US TX: 1930KC Minnight EST to 12:15
US RX on 1880KC from 12:15AM to 12:30AM
US TX on 1930KC from 12:30AM to 12:45AM
US RX on 1880KC from 12:45AM to 1:00AM

Henk, PE1MPH will be using a new receive antenna (vertical with a helical resonator) that may increase his chances of hearing us.

Hope to hear you in there tonight!

Joe Cro N3IBX

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