I just needed to copy your report for mine, as we worked mostly the same
stations with the exception that I worked WW1M and my neighbor across
the lake in NH, WA1T, then N1LHP in Wilmington, MA.. WW1M was actually
the first station worked with my new Q5 transverter. As a result, Bruce
won a free beer from Dave at the Fall VHF Conference, as long as he
proves that he is not a working stiff, in which case, he would have owed
me a beer for the chance to be the first contact on the new transverter.
SIgnals on some paths this evening were above average. Other paths were
flat. I did note that the KO1I/b on 222.064 was very loud off the back
of my beam. It was as loud as when I point directly at it, so things
were up to the NE from me. WA3EOQ was pretty weak over the 500 mile
path to the SW, but it is always a good day when a contact can be made.
No complaints to the SW. WA2LTM and WA3NUF were both very good copy on
SSB. Fading was not much of a problem this time. It was a nice enjoyable
On 6/21/2022 9:01 PM, Ron Klimas WZ1V wrote:
Had fun on 222 tonight, logged 13 QSOs SSB-CW:
WA3NUF FN20, K1WHS FN43, VE2XX FN25, N1SV FN42,
KE1LI FN41, K1PXE FN31, WA3EOQ FM09, N2SLO FN30,
N1YCQ FN41, N1GJ FN41, W1AIM FN34, K1DS FN20,
and WA2LTM FN20. Worked N1YCQ, N1SV again on FT8.
73 TNX Ron WZ1V FN31RH
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