tshoppa at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 09:48:01 EDT 2017
3C0L had superb signals on 160M last night and a ginormous pileup.
Their signal started out an hour before my sundown, on my NE-facing K9AY
loop, but began showing QSB there an hour after my sundown. I then checked
and was surprised their signal was so much better on my transmit antenna.
This is something I've noticed several times on African DXpeditions.
I wonder if "Looking to the NE" makes sense before sundown because this my
shortest path to the most darkness, but the further after sundown a more
direct E or even southerly path makes more sense.
On Tue, Oct 17, 2017 at 3:45 AM, Victor Goncharsky via Topband <
topband at contesting.com> wrote:
> Sorry fat fingers, 3C0L, of course... great operation by two men crew with
> one dead K3!
> >Вторник, 17 октября 2017, 7:41 UTC от Victor Goncharsky via Topband <
> topband at contesting.com>:
> >Last night 3C0R have shown once again (remeber EP2A and S21ZED-E) how 160
> meter DX operation, this time from Africa, has to look like. Respect to
> Juris and Kaspars!
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