2614RE: [wsjtgroup] Scatter in the 60's
- Nov 4, 2005
Good to see that picture. My elmer K4ZJ (now a sk, someone in GA has his call) took me by to see that dish when I was maybe 18 or 19 (late 70’s). We were in Memphis for another reason which I forget. But unfortunately Paul was not home at the time and I did not get to see the goodies inside. HHK’s station is/was about 60 miles from here.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Russ K2TXB
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2005 10:09 PM
Cc: 'Joe Taylor'
Subject: RE: [wsjtgroup] Scatter in the 60's
Joe Taylor wrote:
> Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] Scatter in the 60'sJoe, I wonder if that was Paul Wilson, W4HHK, you are speaking of? If so, he was one of the very early pioneers of meteor scatter communications and having worked with him is really great. I wish I had known him. I only ever worked him once, on 13 CM EME, from K2UYH. Here is a picture of him and his dish from the front cover of QST, March 1968. Maybe it won't come through on the list, so I will send this message to you directly as well.
> ...We ran Saturday morning CW skeds with W4IKK in Tennessee and
> W4RMU in Florida. We used 30 second transmissions, and found
> that we could work essentially any time we tried, within
> 15-30 minutes.
73, Russ K2TXB
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