Hello Paul, this night the LF-PC stopped working. I just come back from DL0AO
and restarted everything.
Hopefully this night we can decode you again.
73s de Bernd, DF9RB
Von: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] Im Auftrag von N1BUG
Gesendet: Freitag, 3. August 2018 11:55
An: [email protected]
Betreff: Re: R: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again
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
I will continue transmitting in coming nights, but if there are
storms I might have to shut down for a night.
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.
> Paul N1BUG