Re: [wsjtgroup] How did you fare in the meteor shower?
- Hi Tomas, I would rate the shower about average to little below average. I have been running meteors since 1971. I do not take it too serious any more and sure do not want it to be anything like work.I worked the following on skeds set up on PJ:K7BV/1 EM13 50 MHZ Sun 1259zK7BV/1 EM13 144 MHz Sun 1315zVE3SCP EN93 144 MHZ Sun1323zWorked WZ1V on 144 MHZ responding to his CQ. Sun 1422z50 MHz, FT-100D bare foot, 5 element at 50 ft, 1/2" Heliax144 MHz, FT100D, Pr 4cx250s, 18 element at 90 ft, 7/8" HeliaxOf interest:My 144 tower rotor is stuck at 030 degrees....worked VE3SCP with ease, his relative bearing is 359. In addition I heard K0AWU several times very strongly on 144, his relative bearing, I believe is around 330 degrees.Tnx es 73Jim K4KAE----- Original Message -----From: Terry l HosackSent: Monday, December 15, 2003 4:32 PMSubject: [wsjtgroup] How did you fare in the meteor shower?Howdy, folks - I'm hoping to hear from you about your Meteor Shower radio
activity. How were conditions? What did you accomplish? How does this
compare to past years? To other showers, this year?
I'm hoping to write up a bit for the CQ VHF magazine. My deadline is
if you have a moment, would you send me an e-mail with a report on your
73 de Tomas, NW7US
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