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Re: LF: LF daylight test close to the north hemisphere solstice

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Subject: Re: LF: LF daylight test close to the north hemisphere solstice
From: VIGILANT Luis Fernández <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 2 Jun 2019 19:59:33 +0000
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Thread-topic: LF: LF daylight test close to the north hemisphere solstice
Hi LF

Thank you for the reports Chris. Very interesting

I have switched to WSPR-2 as could be running Tx last night and there are more 
monitors. Conditions
are getting harder but still some spots from SM3LMN during the night

Clearly the hardest time is just before sunset were sometimes I can get no 
spots even from western
stations as EB8ARZ. A bit later after sunset SV8CS and SV8RV start spotting 
from the east. And later
spots from northern latitudes start again

This week I should have to rework the PA output transformer. The one in use 
lacks good isolation and
get arcs when pushing it a bit. All going Ok may be I can still rise some dB

73 de Luis
EA5DOM
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De: [email protected] [[email protected]] en 
nombre de Chris Wilson [[email protected]]
Enviado: viernes, 31 de mayo de 2019 18:04
Para: VIGILANT Luis Fernández
Asunto: Re: LF: LF daylight test close to the north hemisphere solstice

Hello Luis,

Plenty  of  WSPR15  spots  here,  but  for  some  reason  they are not
uploading to the reporter map / database, despite restarting WSPR15

2145   -9   0.1    0.137604    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1015  -18  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1045  -18   0.1    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1115  -17  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1145  -16  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1215  -20  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1245  -21  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1315  -19   0.1    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1345  -21   0.1    0.137604    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1415  -18  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1445  -18  -0.2    0.137603    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1515  -20  -0.2    0.137604    0   EA5DOM        IM98     30
1545  -21  -0.2    0.137604    1   EA5DOM        IM98     30

Thursday, May 30, 2019, 9:52:43 AM, you wrote:

>
>
>
> Hi LF
>
>
>
> Apart from cheking that blacksheep is still running ;-)
>
>
>
> Just a notification to LFMEN
>
> I’m transmitting WSPR-2 during daylight to check conditions as we approach 
> summer solstice here
>
> About 2,7A RF current normally
>
>
>
> The PA is still down at home, so switched off at night. But then I can use 
> the 90m vertical for RX
>
> QRM is high but overall is a very good performer. I can report
> Chris 2E0ILY with nice signals and also others which
>
> unfortunately don’t transmit during best night hours. This reports can be 
> seen spotted as EA5DOM/3
>
> There is a permanent 24/7 Rx using MiniWhip with poorer Rx spotting as 
> EA5DOM/2
>
>
>
> As conditions get worse during daylight I will switch to WSPR-15
> and hope to get somebody reporting there in
>
> the forgotten mode
>
>
>
> 73 de Luis
>
> EA5DOM
>
>
>
>
>


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Best regards,
 Chris                            mailto:[email protected]




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