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Subject: Re: LF: VO1NA
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Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2013 21:50:22 -0330 (NST)
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Hi Stefan,
Been calling you on qrss3 but no reply.  Your sigs were variable so I
doubt the path is good at the moment.  The exciter is not frequency agile
yet -- sorry.  This will be a project soon.   We can try again tomorrow.
QRSS at 0000-0100.

73 and thanks

On Sat, 14 Dec 2013, Stefan Schäfer wrote:

Hi Joe,

I just found the latest spot in the 630m DX cluster. You are already QRV? Can we make a sked please? Can you listen on 472.2 kHz? Or suggest another frequency. I will try to listen for you. Or, send some QRSS-3 on 476.180 or so. My grabber is running at
73, Stefan/DK7FC

PS: There is local QRM on 477.7 here, at least for CW this is not odeal for me...

Am 10.12.2013 20:40, schrieb [email protected]:
Hi Stefan,

The band is fairly clear.  Only a few carriers and WD2XSH stations
were heard so far; there is no preferred frequency so just let me know
where you will be.  476.17 is fine but there is a carrier 10 Hz below
that.  I share your doubt we will be able to do CW because my ERP is
only about 1.5 watts, but we can certainly try.  The plan is to run
the CW beacon while there is no CW and QRSS QSO activity, ie: 0300
to 2300 UTC for the 14 and 15th.  The TX QRG is 477.70 kHz.


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