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Re: Tired on off topic fake QSO:s on this reflector



 

 

I can understand this statement, however.. I for one can assure you that
Knowing that there is a data base in the program is EAISLY overcome, with
one simple step.. you don't fill in the call sign or grid box.. and you put
your radio on desired frequency and listen. None of my low power eme qso's
had pre filled in fields waiting for pro-signs to confirm a qso. So with
that being said.. enjoy your pseudo QRP eme qso's using jt65, I know I did..
and when I get back on the air.. I will again.  

 

Steve Raas

N2JDQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'Hello,

 

I would be happy to punch you back to stoneage with your deep search fake
QSO:s

 

Read more  on

 

http://www.sm2cew.com/jt65.html

 

Hakan  SM7WSJ'

 

 

 

 Re: 25 watt Moonbounce

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> Hi list,

> 

> I am using a homebrew single 6 el. Yagi (DK7ZB design 10.15dBd gain) 

> on the terrace of my house (approx 8ft above ground on a tripod))for "QRP
EME"

> operations regularly. I am running about 90-100 Watt into this antenna 

> (approx 1 KW ERP). This is real QRP for EME standards.

> 

> See here:

> http://www.arrl.org/contests/soapbox/index.html?con_id=146
<http://www.arrl.org/contests/soapbox/index.html?con_id=146&call=DJ0MY&;>
&call=DJ0MY&

> bbycal

> l=1

> 

> Usually Gary KB8RQ always comes back on my first calls (even without 

> prior announcement of my call in one of the usual EME internet chat
rooms).

> 

> Thus, I would guess that it would even work with much less power (I 

> just never tried it)...so it seems "normal practice" at least with big 

> gun stations of the size of KB8RQ, W5UN, etc.

> 

> I would even say if he could work KB8RQ with 25w he should give RN6BN 

> a try with only 10-15w (he uses most likely the largest private array 

> on earth since he has recently expanded it). The smallest station he 

> ever worked via OSCAR 0 was a 4 el. yagi with 40W. I am sure you can 

> even decode him on a

> dipole+preamp, since he has exorbitant strong signals (even compared 

> dipole+to

> other big guns).

> 

> RX is generally not the problem: I can copy 2 and 4 yagi stations very 

> frequently. I even copied some single longyagi (6 lambda boom length) 

> stations with my tiny antenna in the past a few times. The only 

> problem is the return path where you simply would need more HF power.

> 

> In total I have already worked about 8 stations (the smallest were 8 

> yagi group stations) and had more than 15 QSOs with my tiny setup 

> during the past year.

> 

> This is of course only possible with the help of WSJT software and 

> JT65 mode, hi !!! Otherwise we would still be stuck in EME stone age.

> 

> 73 de Oscar DJ0MY

 

 

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