I had the opportunity to work the GD-dxpedition yesterday night shortly
after they commenced operation. Looking into our local DX-cluster (DB0FC),
I noticed, that GD0MRF was heard by SP1DPA.
137.0 GD3YXU/P 2209 19.11 G0FYD cq
136.9 GD3YXM/P 2212 19.11 G0FYD cq\
136.9 GD9MRF 2212 19.11 SP1DPA QSO with DK8KW
136.9 GD0MRF 2213 19.11 SP1DPA sri corrct call
137.8 GD0MRF 2253 19.11 DK8KW ufb Signal!
136.2 MM0ALM 2316 19.11 DJ5BV
137.0 OH1TN 2354 19.11 DJ5BV
136.9 PA0BWL 0020 20.11 DJ5BV
They really had an excellent signal over here, approximately -94 dBu which
makes them one of the strongest U.K. stations I ever heard (even 2 dB
stronger than Dave, MM0ALM).
Did they fire up their GPS system in the meantime to evaluate their
QTH-locator? David mentioned something like this in our QSO yesterday. It
must be very close to 1000 km, if not even a couple of km more ...
Geri, DK8KW (W1KW)