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Re: LF: First MF TA since a longer time

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Subject: Re: LF: First MF TA since a longer time
From: John Andrews <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2015 08:34:00 -0400
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A -6 dB SNR would definitely have been CW copy had I not been:
1. 200 km away.
2. Asleep.

Anyway, it was a good night. I note with interest that this was the first night in some time that the Dst rose above Alan's magic -20nT number. That might be a coincidence, but I don't thing so...
John, W1TAG

On 9/25/2015 4:41 AM, DK7FC wrote:
Hi all,

Last night there were excellent condx on 630m on the TA path! G8HUH,
F5WK and DK7FC managed to be decoded in above 5000 km in WSPR.

I've got exceptional good SNR reports!:

Timestamp       Call    MHz     SNR     Drift   Grid    Pwr     Reporter        
RGrid   km      az
  2015-09-25 04:52       DK7FC   0.475683        -23     0       JN49ik         
 1       WG2XKA
  FN33lq         5970    297
  2015-09-25 04:32       DK7FC   0.475683        -16     0       JN49ik         
  WD2XSH/17      FN42pb          5927    294
  2015-09-25 04:32       DK7FC   0.475684        -6      0       JN49ik         
 1       W1TAG/1
  FN43sv         5789    296
  2015-09-25 00:32       DK7FC   0.475683        -5      0       JN49ik         
 1       TF3HZ
  HP94ad         2440    323

-6 dB by W1TAG/1 means that many weaker stations could have made the
path as well, in that time slot!

73, Stefan

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