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22. Aug 2010

Tropo




HA1VQ, Joska - JN87GJ
Rig:
K3 with MMC144/28 12 el DL6WU for 2m 200 watts
ODX:
IZ8HUJ/8 JN70VD 808 km
Log:
10:08 YO6DBA/P KN35ET 55 55 771 km
13:34 IZ8HUJ/8 JN70VD 55 55 808 km
I2SVA, Alessandro - JN45NT
Rig:
TS790-100W-2x17el F9FT
ODX:
988km
Log:
15:20 IQ9PA/9 JM77iw 988km ssb
15:41 IT9VDQ/9 JM68qe 916km ssb
IK7UXW, Paolo - JN80XP
Log:
17:57 OE8HBQ JN57FT 995 km
Comment:
After I realized that the propagation conditions on the Adriatic Sea were significantly improved by monitoring the beacon IZ3DVW/B (715 Km from here), I asked Harry OE8HBQ to try with me. The first few minutes the signal was strong even in SSB, although there was a long-QSB.