You went qrt too early and missed all the action.
I had a QSO with VE1ZZ at 0117utc I was on 502.5 khz and VE1ZZ 3534 khz.
Good copy in both directions. This past few days propagation has been good
on 500 khz and I heard WD2XSH/17 at 559 on 505.65 khz after my qso.
73 de Mal/G3KEV/IO94SH
----- Original Message -----
From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Cc: "LF Group RSGB" <[email protected]>
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 12:35 AM
Subject: LF: Re: MF WE2XGR/2 and /6
> <[email protected]> schrieb:
> > Ha-Jo,
> > Listen around 506.5 for WE2XGR/2 and 507 for WE2XGR/6.
> > WE2XGR/6 is running more than 1.2kW into a top loaded tower, big signal
reports from VE7 to GI4.
> > --
> > 73 Warren K2ORS
> > WD2XGJ 136-140kHz
> > WD2XSH/23 505-510kHz
> > WE2XEB/2 160-189kHz
> > WE2XGR/1 505-515kHz
> > FN42hi
> > http://www.w4dex.com/wd2xgj.htm
> Dear Warren,
> I have listened around 506,5 kHz and 507 kHz last night and this night
> until 00.10 UTC but heard nil, sri, just a beacon "Z" on 507,1 kHz.
> I guess I should have been located at the coast of western Europe to
> hear WE2XGR/2 and WE2XGR/6.
> Even on GM4SLV's grabber I have seen just a few dots on 507 kHz.
> But heard GI4PDE beaconing with interruptions around 23.52 UTC on 501,4
> kHz, RST 579 with QSB.
> And at 00.23 UTC I heard G3KEV calling VE1ZZ on 502,6 kHz, RST 569 but
> also with deep QSB.
> Already around 16.00 UTC I heard G3KEV with good signal in QSO with
> GM4SLV, but at this time his signal has had a rather long QSB period.
> GM4SLV remained unheard, but I have got that he has repaired his MF
> Now, at 00.30 UTC, I go to bed.
> 73 Ha-Jo, DJ1ZB in JN68GN, eastern Bavaria.
> > -------------- Original message ----------------------
> > From: [email protected]
> > > Dear all,
> > >
> > > this night, 12. November 2007 I had an xband qso with Peter, G3LDO.
> > > contact started at
> > > 22.33 UTC; I gave him 449 and received 579 on 3533 kHz. Then Peter's
> > > signal fell into deep qsb, so I hoped for a comeback of his signal and
> > > told him I would wait.
> > >
> > > Meanwhile on 3533 I heard F2JB in Rennes working G3LDO. During this
> > > Peter's signal came up again 559, and I could copy his QTH and locator
> > > which he sent to F2JB.
> > >
> > > After they had finished I called Peter again for final exchange and
> > > saying goodby. At the end at 22.54 UTC his signal again dropped and
> > > became almost unreadible.
> > >
> > > Until Thursday I hope to be listening every night around this time for
> > > further attempts on the 500 kHz band.
> > >
> > > 73 Ha-Jo, DJ1ZB
> > >