|To:||LF Group <[email protected]>|
|Subject:||Re: LF: 9A3KB|
|From:||Chris Osborn <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Fri, 24 Mar 2017 08:29:11 +0000|
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Chris / G3XIZ
GL to Boki and if I see him calling CQ again I shall certainly reply, maybe using QRSS-6 which should have a better chance of success.
During the previous evening we had also tried to contact Boki without success.
I am surprised that neither UK station have to my knowledge been reported elsewhere.
Neither Ian nor I have QRO stations, both only running 100 W so I suspect that under present conditions the chances of Boki receiving us are low.
He was only an 'M' signal here and at times completely disappeared into QSB
Boki was obviously not receiving us at all so we eventually gave up.
Part way through one of our transmissions Boki called G4GIR (just after 20.30Z) so we immediately stopped transmitting and replied once he had finished.
We had synchronised our transmissions and both signals were clearly visible on the G3YXM LF grabber in Birmingham.
we were both calling him from 20.00Z
Hello Tom and Boki,Ian G4GIR and I had arranged to try for a QSO with Boki last night and
Ian was transmitting on 137.71 kHz QRSS-3 and I was on 137.69 kHz DFCW-6
Tom did not appear to be receiving us either although he was a solid 'O' signal here.
On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 9:20 PM, DK1IS <[email protected]> wrote: