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Re: LF: T/A

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Subject: Re: LF: T/A
From: Bill de Carle <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 11:34:09 -0400
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Hi Stefan:

Nice to see your callsign in the summer! I was using the same old orthogonal loops configured to favor signals coming in from NE (or SW). Guess one of these days I should put a relay box out in the woods with a termination resistor to null the unwanted direction? Last night the static here grew progressively worse as the evening wore on, possibly due to QRN from further west once the darkness set in. You are right about the over-land path... I think Joe VO1NA must have the optimum Canadian location. Checked the distance: my QTH is 1850 Km over land from Torbay, NL. I was copying Joe's signal last night also, but not as cleanly as he appeared on the European grabbers.
73,
Bill VE2IQ

At 10:30 AM 7/30/2014, Stefan, DK7FC wrote:
Thanks Jay and Bill for the reports! Always good to manage the challenge in July :-)
Bill, that's 6074 km and quite in-land, not bad! What is your RX system?

73, Stefan/DK7FC

Am 30.07.2014 15:17, schrieb Bill de Carle:
Just a trace here, way too much static last night.
http://www.magma.ca/~ve2iq/grabs/
Bill VE2IQ

At 08:12 AM 7/30/2014, Jay, W1VD wrote:

Surprisingly good copy despite high QRN levels ... http://www.w1vd.com/grabber.html

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