June Contest VA7DX CN89 @ 3500' ASL
VA7DX will be operating at the 3500’ point on Mount Seymour in beautiful CN89 for the June contest.
Current plan is for operation as Multi-op limited on 6m, 2m, 220 and 440.
We will be running a minimum of 200w on all bands and 1kw on 6m. Primary antennas will include 6M7JHV, 2M18XXX, 222-7WL and a 432-13WLA.
We are running WSJT and are looking for tropo and MS contacts during the late evening and early morning hours.
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- Dear Joe or whoever else that might know:Quick question. How does WSJT treat the stereo signals travelling through the sound card. Obviously, only one channel will carry actual signal from the receiver.I´m asking this because I have one defective audio channel in the sound card and until I replace the card, I wonder if I should somehow totally disable it (ground the bad channels input or whatever). That channel is not totally dead, and I´m afraid it may contribute with distorted or spurious audio to the desired signal, depending on how WSJT treats it.Thanks and 73Rolf - PY1RO