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27. June 2012

09:35 Small opening from Central Germany to SV and LZ. reflectionpoint around JN95. Low activity sofar.



ES cloud map - 2012-06-27


DK5YA, Udo - JN49NX
Rig:
4x9, 2xGU74
ODX:
SV1IXP 1771 km
Log:
09:37 SV1IXP KM17VX 1771 km
Comment:
High MUF from 0800UT when SV beacons on 70 MHz (SV1, SV5 and SV9) were almost endstop in times. BC from TA and SV was very strong starting 0820 UT but nil on 144. So I startetd calling on 144.300 when suddenly LZ2GG came back but lost him in QSB and little later SV1IXP showed up. Also heard two other LZ's and one YO, both MS enhanced ES I guess. Same time SV1EEX heard me on ES but there was strong tropo QRM here and I lost him. Pity that 144 was sure open to SV and activity was almost zero.
SV1IXP, Kostas Ioannidis - KM17VX
Rig:
UHFSDR+USB2SDR
Log:
09:37 DK5YA JN49NX
Comment:
I was testing my homebrew SDR TRX when I saw DK5YA in the panadapter at 144.300.