Monday, April 14, 2014
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Sometimes I like to make QSO's instead of endless calling with QRP CW or JT9 without takers. You know what I mean? PSK31 is the right mode for making QSO's in a row. In the early morning I work on 40 meters and at day time the highest band possible.
On 40 m I worked: UA3TN, OH6FSO, YU1SAA, US8ISY, UT3MR, UT0SE. On 20 meters: UT1PA (see photo), HA6ZX. With JT9 LY2CV. I was also spotted with PSK31 by AI4HH and WB4SIA on 20 meters. I heard TI5MLJ on 20m PSK31 with good signals, but after 1 CQ cycle he was gone.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Yesterday and today we had a lot of rain. It's the end of an early warm spring since March. Now it's a lot cooler. Rain always affects my antenna performance. I ran WSPR today on 10 meter, but no spots at all.
I placed a new widget on my blog at the end (Footer): The QRZ Log - the latest 15 QSO's. I saw it first on John's blog (N8ZYA). I made one QSO this afternoon on 40 meter with G0RWL with PSK31.
Nice surprise at 17:16 GMT PY2RN spotted me on 10 meter with WSPR.