Les Rayburn schrieb:
> I think it's important to post all our meteor scatter contacts to the
> VHF Maps, and reflectors. Many weak signal VHF guys are not aware of how
> many contacts they're missing out on by not being involved with WSJT.
> Seeing that MS contact pop up on an otherwise empty map is a great,
> visual reminder that contacts are being made, even when they believe
> that the band is dead. This is especially important during the upcoming
> Perseids meteor shower, and during the Fall months when six meters is
> usually dead.
> I think posting our contacts on the other traditional weak signal
> reflectors is a great way to "drum up some business".
> Les Rayburn, N1LF
Hi Les, and MS friends...
have a look what happened in the first hours of the Perseids
here in Europe: http://www.mmmonvhf.de/ms.php
We will try
to keep up the activity MAP during the shower and the MS SPRINT
Contest at 12 august... Have fun and good Perseids!
Mit freundlichem Gruß / best regards
73 de Guy (Guido) D L 8 E B W
QTH: JO31NF / DL66a MMMonVHF
VHF-DX: MS & EME in WSJT & HSCW
Member of the Team of MMMonVHF