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R: Re: R: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again

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Subject: R: Re: R: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again
From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2018 12:48:41 +0200 (CEST)
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Hi Paul,

sorry for the waste of power.. no sigs on this side of the Alps in the evening (so afternoon for you) the noise was quite high but after 22UTC the noise dropped but no records :-(

I'm happy that at least big ears Roelof logged you! :-)

73, Marco Ik1HSS

----Messaggio originale----
Da: [email protected]
Data: 3-ago-2018 11.55
A: <[email protected]>
Ogg: Re: R: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again

Hi Marco,

Yes, a bit odd. :-)) It worked perfectly last night. No rain, so the
antenna remained resonated.

I got reports from PA0RDT (thanks Roelof) but no others from over
the pond.

I will continue transmitting in coming nights, but if there are
storms I might have to shut down for a night.

Paul N1BUG

On 08/02/2018 07:47 AM, [email protected] wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> jelly good although odd :-))) normally things works fine when we
> have all in a messy state on the workbench and refuse to work when
> placed in clean and well wired housing ;-)
> Tonight will let the RX run on 2200m and maybe I'll graced to find
> tomorrow morning some reports of your transmissions.
> GL Marco, IK1HSS
> ----Messaggio originale----
> Da: [email protected]
> Data: 2-ago-2018 13.02
> A: "[email protected]"<[email protected]>,
> "[email protected]"<[email protected]>,
> "Discussion of the Lowfer (US, European, & UK) and MedFer
> bands"<[email protected]>
> Ogg: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again
> Hi LFers,
> I got the power supply and PA nicely installed with new cables now.
> Covers on the boxes and everything. It still works! :-)
> I want to see if I can again be heard by DL0AO or other DX during
> summer, so I am again transmitting. For now, WSPR2 mostly during
> hours of common darkness with Europe. After some days I might try
> other modes, maybe WSPR15 or DFCW.
> During operation last night a rain shower moved through. Antenna
> resonance shifted, voltage and current went about 40 degrees out of
> phase but the new PA didn't seem to mind. :-) I must get that
> automatic variometer steering circuit built.
> 73,
> Paul N1BUG

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