Simple QRP projects, 10m, 6m, WSPR beaconing, LF/MF, sub-9kHz, nanowaves and other random stuff
I use Hamspot.net to see where the JT65 activity take place. 160 m isn't popular, I don't know why.
I guess the noise levels are too high Paul. I shall try again tonight.
Well John GM4SLV and I were both around and finally managed a proper QSO. The major problem was noise at my end as John had no problem receiving my 5 watts while I could barely hear his considerably higher power. http://jt65.w6cqz.org/receptions.php certainly helps a lot to see if you are getting out and who can hear who.
Thanks for the QSO Bob,Roger's WSPR was making it to Shetland well enough too. I say PH0TO calling CQ and answered a few times last night, but no joy. Can't remember what power I was using, but I did have to go all the way to 100W at times to make the QSO with Bob. It's not a QRP mode on 160m!
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