Friday, August 12, 2016
QRP & QRPp
Conditions were not great but I could work UA3QKA Alex with 5 watts SSB on 20 meter.
Distance 2143 km. I use seldom SSB, but when I do it's most of the time with 5 watts.
With SIM31 I was spotted by RN9AX distance 3637 km and OE5YFL.
It's not busy on the SIM31 frequency 14.067 KHz. That's a pity.
With WSPR on 20 meter I was using 100 mW only. With CW 1 watt I was spotted by S50ARX.
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