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Re: LF: Interesting 630M WSPR night

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Subject: Re: LF: Interesting 630M WSPR night
From: John Andrews <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 24 May 2015 17:03:22 -0400
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Roelof,

My original comment had more to do with the one-hour nature of the event than the underlying propagation. Upon further reflection, the hour was marked at one end by my starting the session, and at the other by Stefan going off the air. Chances are that the path would have been good for a longer period.
John, W1TAG

On 5/24/2015 3:13 PM, [email protected] wrote:
Hello Jan,

Can't explain why. Just a lucky shot when peaking :-) <<<
I can: solar flux has dropped below 100 and the earth's magnetic field
has been quiet the last few days. This are excellent indicators for good
T/A propagation.

I had aural copy last night from NDB YMW on 366 kHz from Manwaki,
Canada, which is 5575 km away.

Rather than discussing the latest and greatest weak signal algorithms,
it might be worthwhile to look at the factor that really makes it all
happen: propagation!

In due respect for your achievement!

73,
Roelof Bakker, pa0rdt




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