12118Re: [wsjtgroup] RE: Aurora coming south
- Jan 10, 2014
Thanks for all the feedback, on the group and direct. Probably should focus on CW & SSB for aurora then. JT65A on moonrise/moonset sounds worth a try too!
I did get some partial decodes from the direction of Colorado on 2 meter FSK441 early yesterday evening, but nothing on 6, and nothing on any band when I returned at midnight.
73 de Joe K6ATZ
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <w7gj@...> wrote:Glad to hear you are putting a 6m kw on the air this month ;-) You might want to
give JT65A a try during your moonrise/moonset on the optimum days of the month with
the lowest Degradation. As far as WSJT modes on aurora, I don't think much has been
done on that so far. Usually, the doppler spreading is much too great to permit
these weak signal modes to be used on aurora. Mostly, CW and SSB on 6m
aurora..... GL and VY 73, Lance
On 1/10/2014 1:24 AM, yahoogroups@... wrote:
> Thanks guys. I was thinking maybe JT6M, FSK441 or JT4 in this case? Am testing a 6
> meter kilowatt amp for someone this month; maybe I can help heat up the polar
> vortex in that direction.
Lance Collister, W7GJ
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