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August is APE month!

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

APE starts today and 14 expeditions are planned for the 2010 APE season!
N3VOP, W4KRN, W7PAQ and K9VIC get things going with APES in Virginia, Montana and Washington state. Check out the planned 2010 APE sked at http://www.podxs070.com/2010-planned-apes ...73 de Jay N3DQU


Re: N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.

Eric Dallmann
 

Thanks again for the APE contact, Karen. Big signal into the midwest today.
 
73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Sun, 8/1/10, Karen Russo <w4krn@his.com> wrote:


From: Karen Russo <w4krn@his.com>
Subject: [070] N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Sunday, August 1, 2010, 10:55 AM


 










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Re: N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.

Karen Russo
 

George Osier <gosier@twcny.rr.com> wrote:

Sorry Karen ........ nil here ....DX is good .... SP3SLO has a BIG signal
and some French and 5 and 6 land.

73

George , N2JNZ
# 1133


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To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 11:55 AM
Subject: [070] N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.




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Re: N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.

George Osier <gosier@...>
 

Sorry Karen ........ nil here ....DX is good .... SP3SLO has a BIG signal and some French and 5 and 6 land.

73

George , N2JNZ
# 1133

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To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 11:55 AM
Subject: [070] N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.




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N3VOP/4 on 14.071.2. Calling CQ APE.

Karen Russo
 


Re: APE x2 on 20 meters

George Osier <gosier@...>
 

havent found her yet ............... :(

George , N2JNZ
# 1133

----- Original Message -----
From: "Delos" <drbyrne@chartermi.net>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Cc: "Karen Russo" <w4krn@his.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 11:40 AM
Subject: Re: [070] APE x2 on 20 meters


FB Karen...I've seen several people work ya but I still am not getting any print...darn! Will keep my eyes peeled for ya...MICH EN73

73 de Delos / NO8R
---- Karen Russo <w4krn@his.com> wrote:
I'll be on the air soon (N3VOP/4) at Berryville Hamfest in VA.
73 - Karen W4KRN

"M. Schiefelbein" <arcosanza@yahoo.com> wrote:

At 1450 UTC N3VOP/4 is calling CQ at 14070.8, and W7PAQ/7 is at 14072.2. Only
August 1st and already two chances to bag an APE station!

73,
--mark / K0ABC






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Re: APE x2 on 20 meters

delos_byrne
 

FB Karen...I've seen several people work ya but I still am not getting any print...darn! Will keep my eyes peeled for ya...MICH EN73

73 de Delos / NO8R
---- Karen Russo <w4krn@his.com> wrote:
I'll be on the air soon (N3VOP/4) at Berryville Hamfest in VA.
73 - Karen W4KRN

"M. Schiefelbein" <arcosanza@yahoo.com> wrote:

At 1450 UTC N3VOP/4 is calling CQ at 14070.8, and W7PAQ/7 is at 14072.2. Only
August 1st and already two chances to bag an APE station!

73,
--mark / K0ABC




Re: APE x2 on 20 meters

Karen Russo
 

I'll be on the air soon (N3VOP/4) at Berryville Hamfest in VA.

73 - Karen W4KRN

"M. Schiefelbein" <arcosanza@yahoo.com> wrote:

At 1450 UTC N3VOP/4 is calling CQ at 14070.8, and W7PAQ/7 is at 14072.2. Only
August 1st and already two chances to bag an APE station!

73,
--mark / K0ABC




APE x2 on 20 meters

M. Schiefelbein
 

At 1450 UTC N3VOP/4 is calling CQ at 14070.8, and W7PAQ/7 is at 14072.2. Only
August 1st and already two chances to bag an APE station!

73,
--mark / K0ABC


August website member of the month

Karen Russo
 

Hi all,

Time to highlight another 070 member. First set of photo's with brief bio in my inbox will be on the website for the month of August.

Thanks, 73 - Karen W4KRN
Traveling home from Toronto, Canada. Slow going on the QEW.


Re: Spotting networks/PSK DX

Phil Barnett <philb@...>
 

I do all my own PSK spotting. I leave HRD running and auto reporting
spots to pskreporter.info all the time I'm not actually using the
radio to make contacts.

So, the ones I was remarking on were signals that came to my antenna
and were decoded live by my radio. Then I browse the map, hover over
distant contacts and see what time they came in so I can get an idea
of time of day and band.

I also run a program I wrote that polls all of the spots from
pskreporter.info and tunes my radio to the frequency producing the
most spots from other stations reporting near my locator. That keeps
me spotting a band of interest (has activity) while I'm at work or
asleep.

You can see my spotting map here: http://pskreporter.info/pskmap.html?AI4OF

When I haven't been paying attention I set the map to see what's been
happening I set it for 1 hour and refresh. That gives me an idea of
what I can expect as I set down to the radio.

On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 10:15 AM, Tom Singleton <tom@monroecpa.com> wrote:
Based on Phil's comment, I'm curious what spotting networks club members
are finding to be useful for DX spots these days.

I have seen very little non-routine DX spotted in the last three weeks, but
maybe I'm just not looking at the right place?

Has there been any amount of uncommon DX available on the PSK frequencies
lately (any band) for CONUS stations?   SFI is up, but with the stiff solar
wind knocking back the DX routes, I haven't seen much reported by US
callsign spotters.


Re: Spotting networks/PSK DX

Vlad_UA6JD <jt65a@...>
 

I've tried a lot of programs for work psk31 and the DX cluster.
Several years ago I first tried DXLAB suite by AA6YQ and found that this program is ideally suited to my requirements - work digital modes.
Especially surprising pleasure to work in the mode of the PSK. The program itself consists of several independent programs serving as co-and separately from each other.
For PSK (31 63 125) using a program WinWarbler - which
has three independent channels of reception psk signal and a lot of useful functions.
One of them is to scan the whole range of band and reception of all
work stations, decoding their signals and analysis of call.
Automatically recognize callsign on his membership in
various clubs. Practically, it looks like this: you set radio to
14070on mode psk31 and calmly drinking coffee. If any member of
070 Club will be at a frequency that once his callsign will be allocated
red, will be designated his membership number (membership list was
collect by VK3AMA). You do voice alert and then working in the garden, you will hear that appeared
on a new frequency for you a member of your favorite club, so the missing
for LONP. The program works compatible with the DXcluster
(SpotCollector). There are many good qualities of this program.
You can download it for free http://www.dxlabsuite.com/download.htm

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Singleton
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 7:15 AM
Subject: [070] Spotting networks/PSK DX


Based on Phil's comment, I'm curious what spotting networks club members
are finding to be useful for DX spots these days.
I have seen very little non-routine DX spotted in the last three weeks, but
maybe I'm just not looking at the right place?
Has there been any amount of uncommon DX available on the PSK frequencies
lately (any band) for CONUS stations? SFI is up, but with the stiff solar
wind knocking back the DX routes, I haven't seen much reported by US
callsign spotters.
Tom
K8TOM





Best regards
73 Vlad UA6JD
web design in www.qrz.com
Sample and download books
on http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd


Re: Spotting networks/PSK DX

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Hi Tom, et al,
I use DXTelnet, and the N5IN node.
The way I have it set up, is to filter out spots from 50.000 mHz to 1296.000 mHz.
I can see those spots for the filtered out freq's in a smaller lower window.
Milt.
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Singleton
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 7:15 AM
Subject: [070] Spotting networks/PSK DX



Based on Phil's comment, I'm curious what spotting networks club members
are finding to be useful for DX spots these days.

I have seen very little non-routine DX spotted in the last three weeks, but
maybe I'm just not looking at the right place?

Has there been any amount of uncommon DX available on the PSK frequencies
lately (any band) for CONUS stations? SFI is up, but with the stiff solar
wind knocking back the DX routes, I haven't seen much reported by US
callsign spotters.

Tom
K8TOM


Re: Spotting networks/PSK DX

George Osier <gosier@...>
 

Hi Tom !!!!

I use DX SUMMIT and find it very useful with a seperate DIGITAL area.

73

George , N2JNZ
070# 1133

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Singleton" <tom@monroecpa.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 10:15 AM
Subject: [070] Spotting networks/PSK DX


Based on Phil's comment, I'm curious what spotting networks club members
are finding to be useful for DX spots these days.

I have seen very little non-routine DX spotted in the last three weeks, but
maybe I'm just not looking at the right place?

Has there been any amount of uncommon DX available on the PSK frequencies
lately (any band) for CONUS stations? SFI is up, but with the stiff solar
wind knocking back the DX routes, I haven't seen much reported by US
callsign spotters.

Tom
K8TOM



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Spotting networks/PSK DX

Tom Singleton <tom@...>
 

Based on Phil's comment, I'm curious what spotting networks club members are finding to be useful for DX spots these days.

I have seen very little non-routine DX spotted in the last three weeks, but maybe I'm just not looking at the right place?

Has there been any amount of uncommon DX available on the PSK frequencies lately (any band) for CONUS stations? SFI is up, but with the stiff solar wind knocking back the DX routes, I haven't seen much reported by US callsign spotters.

Tom
K8TOM


Welcome new members

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club members Jeff KI4ECX #1215 and Anthony W9AWF #1216...73 de Jay N3DQU


Re: LU7DSY in 10141.2 cq DX

Phil Barnett <philb@...>
 

Actually, the DX scene has been pretty good for the last week.

I've autospotted Malaysia, Japan, Asiatic Russia, NZ and Oz many spots
a week from Florida.

EU has been coming in like it's next door.

And yesterday, a new large sunspot just rotated into view.


LU7DSY in 10141.2 cq DX

Carlos Almiron <lu7dsy@...>
 

21.35 UTC  LU7DSY calling cq dx in PSK31





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Re: K8TOM web page

Vlad_UA6JD <jt65a@...>
 

Hello, Tom.

All work perfect -

You wrote :
Vlad,
Are you letting me know that you need to adjust something, or that it is
working okay?
Thanks,
Tom
At 05:08 PM 7/29/2010 +0000, you wrote:


Hello, Tom

this spot of the top of your Live Traffic Feed
<http://www.qrz.com/db/k8tom>http://www.qrz.com/db/k8tom

(pix on
<http://img1.immage.de/2907d6e7k8tom.png>http://img1.immage.de/2907d6e7k8tom.png
)

You wrote :
On 20M PSK, 14.070+1400 FY5PO UTC 01:52
Best regards
73 Vlad UA6JD
web design in www.qrz.com
Sample and download books
on <http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd>http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd





Best regards
73 Vlad UA6JD
web design in www.qrz.com
Sample and download books
on http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd


K8TOM web page

Tom Singleton <tom@...>
 

Vlad,

Are you letting me know that you need to adjust something, or that it is
working okay?

Thanks,

Tom

At 05:08 PM 7/29/2010 +0000, you wrote:


Hello, Tom

this spot of the top of your Live Traffic Feed
<http://www.qrz.com/db/k8tom>http://www.qrz.com/db/k8tom

(pix on
<http://img1.immage.de/2907d6e7k8tom.png>http://img1.immage.de/2907d6e7k8tom.png
)

You wrote :
On 20M PSK, 14.070+1400 FY5PO UTC 01:52
Best regards
73 Vlad UA6JD
web design in www.qrz.com
Sample and download books
on <http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd>http://www.qrz.com/db/Ua6jd