|Subject:||Re: LF: QRSS activity this weekend|
|From:||Markus Vester <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sat, 15 Jul 2017 18:24:29 -0400|
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Currently we have four signals in the Eu slot:
136172.0 G3XDV (even hours)
136171.0 DL6II (now tuning up)
I intend to join in on odd hours after 23 UT, using QRSS 60 on my traditional QRG 136172.5 Hz.
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Von: Mike Dennison <[email protected]>
Datum: 14.07.2017 5:29 PM (GMT+01:00)
An: [email protected], [email protected]
Betreff: LF: QRSS activity this weekend
As noted by Andy, G4JNT, recently, this week is the 20th anniversary
of the very first Slow CW (now called QRSS) transmission which was
between G3PLX and Andy on the old 73kHz band.
To commemorate this I will be using QRSS on the 136kHz band today,
Saturday and Sunday.
Daytime and early evening I will be using QRSS3 (3 second dot length)
and occasionally QRSS10 (10s dots) on or near 137.690kHz looking for
Late evening and nighttime, I will transmit my callsign on
136.1722kHz using QRSS60, each transmission starting on the odd
hours, ie 2100, 2300, 0100 . . . .
Reports on this activity would be helpful
Anyone needing info on how to receive QRSS could look at ON7YD's web
site or send me an email.
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