|Subject:||Re: [RTTY] 3B9C PSK31 28072.3 1440z Today|
|From:||"Anthony W. DePrato" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Fri, 02 Apr 2004 11:00:24 -0600|
At 07:10 AM 4/2/2004 -0800, you wrote:
Now there is a useful frequency for the West Coast.I found it good for the east coast also this morning..
not a peep on 28 and i need them on rtty not psk to me there is a differance.
but that is me..
14.195 long path 3b9c s9+5 into ky. worked ssb
21.083 3b9c rtty 3/3 calling cq a lot between qso's congrats to N9US he got them.. mostly they were working EU. man just think what a signal they would have had if they had dropped down to 14.080 oh well have another week.
QBE ZUT DE WA4JQS
ANTHONY W. (Tony) DePrato WA4JQS EXTRA - HEAVY Since 1962 CQ DX HALL OF FAME # 35 A1-OP FISTS # 10573 South Sandwich Island Dxpedition Group CALLS HELD: WA4JQS/ZS1, WA4JQS/KC4, WA4JQS/4K1 ZD8JQS, V31SS, VP8BZL, VP8SSI, 3Y0PI
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