Mike and all.
The pancake-day tests.
I'll use 71.950 TX.
Listening co-channel (noise permitting) and 136.7 for CW, 137.720 for QRSS3.
I will call for CW on the hour (xx00) and for QRSS3 on the half-hour (xx30)
Finishing when something catches fire or nobody comes back!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Dennison" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 2:17 PM
Subject: LF: 73kHz
I am now set up on 73kHz and have 1A into the antenna. I will beacon this
evening 1800-1900 in case anyone wants to check their receivers.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, I will call CQ on 71.750kHz on the following schedule:
0900 CW QSX 71.750, 136.900
0930 CW QSX 71.750, 136.900
1000 QRSS3 QSX 71.750, 136.900 (for CW calls)
1030 QRSS3 QSX 71.750, 137.700 (for QRSS3)
1100 CW QSX 71.750, 136.900
1130 QRSS10 QSX 71.750, 137.700 (for QRSS3)
1800 QRSS3 QSX 71.750, 136.900 (for CW calls)
1830 QRSS3 QSX 71.750, 137.700 (for QRSS3)
1930 QRSS10 QSX 71.750, 137.700 (for QRSS3)
When replying on 136kHz please allow a few seconds for coil changing. My
signal is likely to be much weaker than G3YXM, but my QRSS3 has been
received as far away as DL, HB and I in previous years.