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LF: Isle of Man Operation.

To: "RSGB L.F. Group" <[email protected]>
Subject: LF: Isle of Man Operation.
From: "Graham Phillips" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 23:52:24 -0000
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Hi all L.F-ers,

I am still suffering from Ferry-Lag symptoms, having arrived home at 04.45
on Tuesday morning, and STILL experiencing the dreaded "Morse in the Brain"
phenomenon (this must be similar to tinitus, except that I have to keep
concentrating on the noise, to try and decode it !)

The GD group were, I think, very pleased with the results of our long
weekend operation. I have about forty digital pictures, and a reel of
"proper" film to show what went on. I am sure that complete details will
appear in due course.

The most amazing result for me was the effects of experimenting with lengths
of earth leads, and finding the difference obtained by moving the
transmitter site nearer to the ocean.

I think we worked about 50 stations, my own GD3XTZ/P log shows the following

19/11/99        21.44           G3XDV
                22.44           MM0ALM
                22.55           OH5UFO
                23.18           PA0BWL
20/11/99        10.55           G4GVC
                11.05           GW4ALG
                18.33           GD0MRF
                18.40           DK8KW
                18.52           G3LDO
21/11/99        09.53           GI3PDN
                10.01           G3KEV
                10.07           PA0SE
                10.13           G3LNP
                10.18           PA2NJN
                12.59           EI0CF

I will be QSL'ing as soon as I have some suitable cards finished. The
correct QSL address is:

Graham B. Phillips. G3XTZ.
Christmas Tree Cottage,
27 Stanley Road,
Ashford, Middlesex.
TW15 2LP.

The suggestion has already been made ... "where to next" !   I feel that the
group effort worked so well that I would be pleased to join David, G0MRF and
Dave, G3YXM to any DX location.

73 de Graham, GD3XTZ/P and G3XTZ.

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