We have worked a new one last night VU2CPL on CW and played a little in
Russian-160 contest. Few NA folks were there as well. So the band is alive and
well. We don't care about FT8 junk.
>Воскресенье, 17 декабря 2017, 15:53 UTC от K1FZ <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>Been wondering what is going on with 160 meters.
>I expected meteor showers to add ionization that would be beneficial for
> VHF and UHF hams do find their tails useful to make contacts .
>Over the years I have noticed a reduction of DX signals on 160 meters
>during these times.
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73, Victor Goncharsky US5WE/K1WE (UW5W in VHF contests, ex UB5WE), P.E.
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