I suggest you leave the schedule as published for the time being. Testing
with QRSS30 is more realistic if the path is a contender for trying a
.... With winter approaching you,
perhaps QRN will be lower and under favourable conditions
you might be able to copy my signals.
ZL is classed as being in a "temperate climate". While I would take note
of measured data, in the mean time my own opinion is that the LF QRN in ZL
does not vary much with season, and that there can be low or high QRN nights
any time of the year. What I would look for is the maximum duration dark
path and that needs further study. It would be nice to have some software
that calculated the duration rather than induvidual sunset and sunrise
Nothing seen last night, and I'm away from home for the next two nights.
When I say "night", it is the ZL early evening, so is fairly easy to arrange
for monitoring DX signals coming from an easterly quarter. Monitoring
signals from a westerly quarter are the "dawn breakers".
73, Bob ZL2CA