Re: Is WA6I Deaf ?

Steve W3HF

Wolf -

Conditions are pretty stinky this year, so that could be a big factor. And there seem to be fewer members on the air this year, but that could also be propagation conditions preventing many from being heard.

As for your signal, I heard you once here in PA -- on 40m last night just after 0200. I replied to you, you replied to me, and I think we completed the QSO (though your signal was dropping out quickly). I never heard you on any other band.

On 05/28/17, 'WA6I, Brian Wolf Leverich' leverich@... [070]<070@...> wrote:

Hi all -

While the contest is fresh on everyone's mind, I have a question:

WA6I been calling pretty much during all my waking hours, and I'm
getting remarkably few takers. I've got 79 QSOs, but prolly only
60 or so from members.

Are folks hearing my calls and trying to return them, but I'm not
hearing them?

I changed my antennas lately, and I'm a little concerned that I'm
getting out OK but am deaf on receiving.

Thanks and 73s, Wolf WA6I

Posted by: "WA6I, Brian Wolf Leverich" <leverich@...>

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