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LF: Re: Japan on 475 kHz.

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Subject: LF: Re: Japan on 475 kHz.
From: "mal hamilton" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2014 19:45:45 -0000
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It is certainly possible with good antennas at each end, skilled CW operators and suitable propagation with the appropriate EIRP
QRSS 10 should also do the trick !!
Sent: Monday, December 22, 2014 4:17 PM
Subject: Re: LF: Re: Japan on 475 kHz.
HI Mal.
The same here, I have worked on 160m CW more than 100 different JA calls, especially in the beginning when they was allowed only on the short segment 1907.5 to 1912.5 kHz (from the 1991 year if my memory is not too bad...). It was great fun moments indeed !
I agree with you, Mal. For DX, the Propagation on both MF BANDS 160 and 630 meters similar. The only diference is the ERP power, because on 630 m the standard ham antennas have not 100 % of efficiency, HI.
Best 73 de Andy F6CNI.
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From: mal hamilton
Sent: Monday, December 22, 2014 5:01 PM
Subject: LF: Re: Japan on 475 kHz.
Hi all
Over the years I have worked many JA stns on 160 metres CW and look forward
to doing the same on 630 metres
Propagation on both MF BANDS similar
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From: Dimitrios Tsifakis
Sent: Sunday, December 21, 2014 11:57 PM
Subject: Re: LF: RE: Japan on 475 kHz.
Hi Hideho san,
Thank you for the update. I am glad to hear that even though you have
all these tough restrictions, Japanese amateurs are planning portable
operations in the new band!
> I would like to know the situations in the already operating stations.
> Do you have any BC QRM problem ? (I mean making interference, not
> receiving),
> and what care do you take ?
I have not heard of any complains about interference to the MW BC
service because of operation on 630m here in Australia. We are allowed
5 W EIRP and operators do transmit at that level. My guess is that the
lack of interference complains is partly because of the generally good
practice on behalf of the few amateurs that are making use of the band
and partly because of limited audience of the MW BC stations.
> LPF, what kind, other means ?
> How much is your harmonic attenuation ? or filter attenuation ?
> Information highly appreciated,
I use a low pass filter which ensures that the harmonics are -50 dBc
or lower. I think the tuned antenna also helps with not radiating too
much harmonics power.
73, Dimitris VK1SV
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