Exactly the same problem from the W east coast area that I experienced at
XZ0A the first good opening of the DXped. DON'T all call on the same freq.
Everyone has a MUCH better chance of being heard/worked when the sigs are
spread out over a couple/three kHz of spectrum.
After getting the word out through the XZ0A pilot station (coincidentally
Dick, N6FF), the success rate was MUCH better.
Spread it out and increase your chances. 73 and the best of holiday
greetings to everyone.
Milt, N5IA -- Topband operator at XZ1N and XZ0A.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rod WC7N" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2001 5:24 PM
Subject: Topband: XU7ACB
> Dick asked me this morning if I would pass on to top band station calling
> him to please spread out just a little. He will tune up and down about 1
> kc. This morning east coast time he said the frequency sounded like a
> of chimes.
> Rod WC7N
> XU7ACB Pilot