Random Hour Report for 6-4-2011
- Random Hour Report for 6/4/2011
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I received 7 reports this week. I am now answering the receipt
of each report. If you do not get a "thank you" email back,
I didn't get your report for some Reason. So, please resend it.
I am trying to get the compiled report on the WSJT and the
Digital On Six websites by late Tuesday night. So everyone
should find it online by Wednesday of each week.
Ping Jockey scheduling page is:
Backup page for Ping Jockey is:
WRK - Worked station
CNR - Called but not worked
HRD - Heard
(R) = Random contact
(S) = Scheduled contact
N0POH WRK: NJ01(S) CNR: N7CW
W5KI WRK: N7CW(R) HRD: XE2OR, NJ0W, W5LUA, KS7DX, K5WE
WA5UFH WRK: NJ0W(R) HRD: W4AVY, K5WE, AA7A, K0RI
NJ0W WRK: W5ZN(R), WA5UFH(R), W4AVY(R), K0RI(S), W5LUA(S), KC9ELU(S),
XE2OR(S), K5RLA(S), K2DRH(S), N7NW(S), KU7Z(S), NQ7R(R), K7CW(S),
N0POH(S), W7OUU(S), VE5UF(R), W7ADK(R), KR7O(S) HRD: VE2DSB, KB7ME
K4YMQ, W3TDF, K8EB
WA5UFH HRD: WZ5Q, KC9ELU
WZ5Q WRK: WC4AN(R) KC9ELU(R) HRD: W0KT WA5UFH
WA5UFH: I called CQ on two meters for about 40 minutes,
WZ5Q: I am ecstatic that there was activity on 144.140 this
morning!!! Yippi!! But there was lots of traffic and it would
have been a lot less confusing if the participants were using
the proper RH 'Tagged' Messages instead of the ST.
NJ0W: The expedition is going well and I have settled into a
routine for operating and moving each day (vs. sitting and
baking in DL88). If Es ever starts (the trip has been almost
exclusively m/s so far) I will have to change it but it has
teased me so many times now I'm not going to bet the farm on it.
I'll wait and see what happens during Part Deux (20 June - 10
July) of the trip.
For most of these I used PJ for flow control. Otherwise I
sometimes get mobbed and can't single out one signal (ever
wonder what 8 m/s signals look like pinging in from different
directions at the same time? It isn't pretty).
The count is probably depressed some as I made 14 qso's from
the same location the evening before at the NE/SD border
WA5DJJ: Thanks for reports. Don't FORGET, KS7DX and K7BV start
their Grid expedition to CM93 on June 8th. NJ0W and others are
continuing their Grid expeditions. From the notices on WSJT Yahoo
groups pages there are going to be a number of Meteor/SSB Rovers
for the VHF contest period. Now if I can just PUSH my signal
over 1,000 Miles and hear the ECHO's coming back. That is the
trick!! Good luck to all that are traveling. Thank you for
all your efforts.
David R. Hassall WA5DJJ