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08. Aug 2018

Sporadic E




I1RJP, Mario - JN45BO
Rig:
TS2000+500W 2X16el
ODX:
CT1DIZ 1616km
Log:
17:11 CT1DIZ IM58kp 1616Km
Comment:
Another micro event announced by the presence of Moroccan VOR and Espichel (Portugal) VOR after hours of silence on the band.
Apparently just I1DMP, I2FAK and me exploited the SP located on the Pyrenees. Once again we demonstrated how small the Scatter Point irregularities should be. While I was copying CT1DIZ in IM58, I1DMP (80Km South of my home) did a qso with CT1FFU in IM59, replicating the 80Km (inverse direction after crossing the SP) in Portugal. Obviously I was not hearing CT1FFU and I1DMP was not hearing CT1DIZ. This condition has been verified several times by Paolo and me and it has been jokingly named the "80Km rule"
Hopefully August will provide some more fun
73, Mario
I2NDT, Claudio - JN45TP
Rig:
ft-726 + 8 el Yagi
ODX:
1650 Km
Log:
CT1FFU 17:30
CT1DIX 17:30
Comment:
only heard them!
the event was a real "burst"...no more than 1 minute!