Re: [wsjtgroup] Random QSO Hour . . .
- You are right Tip. I called CQ U6 NE for about 15 mins, heard nil. Turned SE for 15 mins and heard nil. UI then turned NW and listened (.140) for 15 min, heard nil. Turned SW and listened (.140) for 15 min and heard nil. SW was very quiet here except for QRN.----- Original Message -----From: Randy TiptonSent: Saturday, January 25, 2003 15:18Subject: [wsjtgroup] Random QSO Hour . . .
Random QSO Hour got off to a slow start for me here. I started off listening on .140 and picked up a (W5SNC U6). I went to .146 and called W5SNX for about 10 minutes with no reply. I assumed since he was calling on the 1st seq. he was looking towards the NE and I probably got a ping from him on backscatter. I stayed on two meters 30 minutes and went to six meters where I called for 15 minutes with no reply.
Would be interesting to know how many participated. I will try again next Saturday. I did notice even the PJ Logger was really slow this morning; maybe everyone is just trying to stay warm.
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