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RE: LF: RE: WSPR 630m

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Subject: RE: LF: RE: WSPR 630m
From: "Clemens Paul" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2015 13:38:44 +0100
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Hi Uwe,

are you transmitting at present?
I don't see your callsign in the WSPR activity list for MW.

Ant.2x155m Dipol;
RX Perseus
http://no.nonsense.ee/qthmap/?qth=JN68KJ79WJ

73
Clemens
DL4RAJ  

>-----Original Message-----
>From: [email protected] 
>[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of wensauer
>Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 12:45 PM
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: Re: LF: RE: WSPR 630m
>
>Hi Rik and all 
>I´am running a WSPR 630m ? all day long until midnight
>I wonder if it can be heard before its running with more power as now
> 
> 
>73
>Uwe, DK1KQ, JO43IU
> 
> 
>From: Rik Strobbe <mailto:[email protected]>  
>Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 10:53 AM
>To: [email protected] 
>Subject: LF: RE: WSPR 630m
> 
>
>Hello Roelof,
>
> 
>
>I had half a dozen decodes of WG2XJM too. 
>
>But this is still peanuts compared to the 2009-2011 winters 
>where I could often copy the US stations as early as 22 UTC 
>and as late as 7 UTC. 
>
>Let's hope for another extended solar minimum in a few years.
>
> 
>
>73, Rik  ON7YD - OR7T
>
> 
>
>________________________________
>
>Van: [email protected] 
>[[email protected]] namens 
>[email protected] [[email protected]]
>Verzonden: dinsdag 17 februari 2015 9:44
>Aan: [email protected]
>Onderwerp: LF: WSPR 630m
>
>
>Hello all,
>
>
>I am pleased to report excellent T/A reception on WSPR 630m:
>
>
>2015-02-17 05:50 WG2XJM 0.475778 -21 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 05:38 WG2XJM 0.475778 -23 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 05:18 WG2XJM 0.475778 -17 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 05:08 WG2XJM 0.475778 -19 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 04:56 WG2XJM 0.475778 -27 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 04:42 WG2XJM 0.475778 -21 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 04:30 WG2XJM 0.475778 -19 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 04:22 WG2XJM 0.475778 -26 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 04:02 WG2XJM 0.475778 -28 +40 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 03:10 WG2XJM 0.475778 -23 +37 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 02:42 WG2XJM 0.475778 -30 +37 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>2015-02-17 02:10 WG2XJM 0.475778 -28 +37 PA0RDT JO11tm 6131 
>
>
>2015-02-17 04:28 WG2XKA 0.475726 -28 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>2015-02-17 04:08 WG2XKA 0.475726 -29 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>2015-02-17 03:06 WG2XKA 0.475726 -25 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>2015-02-17 02:54 WG2XKA 0.475726 -25 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>2015-02-17 02:44 WG2XKA 0.475726 -25 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>2015-01-23 02:30 WG2XKA 0.475725 -26 +30 PA0RDT JO11tm 5546 
>
>
>Over the last week solar flux has dropped from 150 to 120 and 
>that seems to pay off. During the great LF conditions in 
>2009-2011 solar flux was often below 80.
>
>
>Best regards,
>Roelof
>====================================================================
>From: Roelof Bakker, pa0rdt
>Location: Middelburg, Zealand SW Netherlands, 51 30 02 N, 03 36 02 E
>Locator: JO11tm
>Receiver: PERSEUS, USB mode, bandwidth 2400 Hz
>Aerial: pa0rdt-mini-whip, 5 metre up in a hawthorn tree.
>====================================================================
>



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