Normaly i will go to PI4CC to be active with a contest. Also i will be active on the band from 21-10 till 28-10 with the call PJ4/PE2MC.A good friend Peter (PJ4NX) ask me to come over to PJ4. This will be at the home of Peter (PJ4NX) Qsl PJ4/PE2MC via home call info 73 Marco PE2MC 6mtr 15mtr 17mtr 20mtr 40mtr 2009 2010 amateur radio bonaire comment course cw dipole download dsp dx dxcc dxpedition filter fix hamradio HF holliday iota Island netherlands pe2mc PJ4 Propagation QSL QSO radio results rtty software SSB steppir tower TX ups USA UTC website Yaesu youtube WP Cumulus Flash tag cloud by Roy Tanck and Luke Morton requires Flash Player 9 or better.(1) Shelltoren PI2ASD PI3ASDBeste Collega, Ik lees PI2ASD op de volgende link voor live streaming, bericht 30 april 2013.I've found times when it's apparently 100% accurate (in other words, I heard the station I was looking for, when and where predicted), but I've also found times when I couldn't hear a peep and, happily, I've heard stations tools says there isn't propagation remember that it is only a prediction based on an imperfect model.Incidentally, the screenshot here is just one of a number of different ways to display the data.Nothing heard on 15, not even CW or SSB when listened. 40 was noisy although it did quiet down several hours before the end of the Contest.20 was good with a nice opening to the Far East from the East Coast of USA at the begining of the Contest. 80 was noisy as a front was passing through at the mid point of the Contest.Marc Tessier This was the first time I have entered this contest using a contest logger program (N1MM) for RTTY and hope the log is in ok order per your instructions.
About 1 hour before i started to prepare N1MM and MMTTY for the first time, prepared the macros and then went for lunch starting the contest 1 hour after its start. Radio: Icom IC-706 mk2(G), running 50 watts, Antennas: G5RV LDG AT-100Pro Auto ATU, Contest Program: N1MM Logger V8.8.1, Modem: Homebrew 'Isolated Type' soundcard interface, Spotting Nets: None Used. Bands were as good as can be expected with a SF of 67, etc.Still was able to work several Eur Opean and West Coast of USA stations. It was a thrill to watch her (and myself) learn RTTY contesting.Now that I've wet my feet a bit more in RTTY, I/we will be around more in the future RTTY contests. Bands seemed a bit better than the last few contests and I noticed quite a few newer callsigns. For anyone who has somehow stumbled upon this blog and is wondering what "K2DBK" means, it's my amateur (ham) radio callsign.However, I have learned a little bit about how propagation works and what some of the magic numbers mean.