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Day 2 – lots of weather, more antennas, and more QSOs

May 17th, 2015 | Posted by M0VFC in General

Logging software at GS3PYE/PAnother quick update – weather continues to be changeable, proving the Scottish motto of “if you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes and it’ll change”! At times the rain static on the VHF antennas causes a lot of noise, and similarly on HF

We’ve put up some more antennas, including 10m and 15m rotary dipoles and an inverted-V for 80m, so we’re now operational on all our planned bands except 12m, where we plan a vertical dipole.

The QSO total currently stands at around 2,700, and all QSOs up to 1327 UTC today (Sunday) are now uploaded to both Club Log and LoTW. We’ll continue uploading periodically as internet access allows.

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  • Graham Henderson says:

    Heard you briefly on 30 mtr PSK today and I will listen late this evening on 80 mtrs. My QTH is near Oban so need some local propagation, Graham GM3RTJ



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