[SCCC] What are everyone's plans for June VHF Contest This Weekend?
timgep at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 9 13:07:09 EDT 2020
I will look for you.
Answers to your questions:
1. Very little 2m FT8. I use it for long-haul shots up north. Coordinate with the gang at www.n6sjv.org<http://www.n6sjv.org> to make skeds. You should be able to hit Sacramento on 2m FT8.
2. Yes, bring a handheld for 222, 440 and 900 and 1296. I have 222 FM, and many others here will want to work you on the higher bands.
Be safe out there hiking.
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Tue Jun 9 12:18:05 EDT 2020
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I plan on hiking up to Throop Peak (9,100 ft) in the San Gabriel mountains. It has great visibility west, north and south. I’ll be on HF first as its a SOTA peak and then from 11am until the batteries die on 2m etc.
I’m planning on lugging my 857D and as many batteries as I can hike in and a 2m HO loop.
Questions for this experienced group;
1) What level of 2m FT8 activity should I expect in this event (none, some, lots?)
2) Is 222, 440 and 900 and 1296 on FM via a handheld of any value?
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