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Re: 25 watt Moonbounce



It would be more significant if the antenna was described.  I suspect 
if one used a 1000-foot dish it would be quite easy to do!  The 
article mentions his working Gary in Ohio.  That most likely is KB8RQ 
which runs a very large array of 2m yagis (I believe 32 of 
them).  That helps a lot!

I have over 115 eme contacts on 2m running only 125w to four 
yagis.  So if this ham is running a single yagi and 25w that IS a big 
achievement.  But no mention of what antenna system is being used?

73 Ed - KL7UW

At 12:14 AM 1/28/2008, Trevor wrote:
>The story in the UK Scarborough Evening News about Angus Young M0IKB achieving
>Moonbounce with just 25 watts is a good illustration of the huge advances
>Amateurs have made in Moonbounce techniques over recent years. Not long ago it
>would have taken over 400 watts to achieve it.
>
>Why Angus is over the Moon - Scarborough Today (with picture of Angus)
>http://www.scarborougheveningnews.co.uk/news/Why-Angus-is-over-the.3686368.jp
>
>Ham makes EME contact with just 25 watts
>http://www.southgatearc.org/news/january2008/record_eme_contact.htm
>
>The call book entry for Angus Young M0IKB can be seen at
>http://www.eham.net/callbook/M0IKB
>
>73 Trevor M5AKA
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Ed - KL7UW
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