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Re: LF: First LF trans ecuatorial spots from FR5DH in WSPR2

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Subject: Re: LF: First LF trans ecuatorial spots from FR5DH in WSPR2
From: DK7FC <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2019 21:30:04 +0200
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Hi LF,

It reminds me on the old days where 5X/RN3AUS received me in Uganda. That was in an urban location. http://rn3aus.narod.ru/uganda/index.html Use your preffered translator site.
Oh and there was VU/DF6NM reception in 2012: http://df6nm.bplaced.net/LF/vu_df6nm/ About a similar path.

That was during usual propagation i think. My signal was strong during that time.

EA5DOM is also not a QRP station, so maybe it was just normal greyline propagation.
There are these focusing effects when the D layer comes down during sunrise at daytime, you know.



Certainly most interesting and it is good to have someone who prooved reception in FR.
People woke up from the summer sleep it seems :-)

Good luck all!

73, Stefan





Am 30.06.2019 20:28, schrieb James Hollander:
Luis and Pascal,   Heartiest congratulations on this 8783km transequatorial trek and persistence that yielded 2200m receptions, -25 and -28dB SNR at 0230 & 0236z last night! 
       The requested w5est article is at May 21, 2018 KB5NJD blog:  http://njdtechnologies.net/052118/ 
       It refers to Luis' comments at May 20, 2018:  http://njdtechnologies.net/052018/  
       The reasoning for equatorial anomaly prop chordally beneath uplifted tilted E-region contour surface portions would likely apply to 2200m also, as I see it.  Other insights and reasoning by you and other operators are most welcome too.
       A probability discussion of various other proposed prop types on DX paths suggested they are less likely than E-region reflections on 2200m:  http://njdtechnologies.net/060418/
GL & 73, Jim H  W5EST

From: VIGILANT Luis Fernández <[email protected]>
To: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Sent: Sun, Jun 30, 2019 10:08 am
Subject: Re: LF: First LF trans ecuatorial spots from FR5DH in WSPR2
Hi LF     Thank you all guys for your messages. Specially Pascal for being there in silence, but constantly
This games, as we all know, are a matter of persistence. And suddenly one day miracle happens
         Very interesting sunrise plots. Wonder if same can be done between LU and EA during the opposite
solstice. There are some LU's willing to run good Rx right there and this may be a next goal
        Another question to W5EST. Can this spots be also benefit from the equatorial anomaly which favoured
a long distance hop without ground attenuation at crossing equator ?
        BTW, I'm trying to recall the article at John's NJD site, but no success so far ;-) 73 de Luis EA5DOM
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De: [email protected] [[email protected]] en nombre de Roman [[email protected]] Enviado: domingo, 30 de junio de 2019 15:14
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: Re: LF: First LF trans ecuatorial spots from FR5DH in WSPR2
Congrats, Luis!  FB! Hi LF   Last nigt we got some kind of planet alightment ;-)
          Antenna impedance was nice for the PA to work properly
          No wind and stable weather conditions
          I could leave the Tx running overnight  And last but most important, Pascal FR5DH was monitoring LF
> And miracle happened
> 2019-06-30 02:36 EA5DOM 0.137558 -28 0 IM98xn 1 FR5DH LG78pw 8783 129
> 2019-06-30 02:30 EA5DOM 0.137558 -25 0 IM98xn 1 FR5DH LG78pw 8783
> I still can't believe it       Thank you Pascal for your monitoring !   73 de Luis   EA5DOM


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