Date   

Re: D44AC

Steve W3HF
 

D44AC is calling CQ 14071.5 at 03:05z

73, Bernie / KF4FHS
Tnx Bernie. I got in right after Tom AG4SV. Nice to know the
070 DX alert system is working. :-)

73,
Steve
W3HF

P.S. Was anyone else able to get 5X1DC last night?


D44AC

Bernie <kf4fhs@...>
 

D44AC is calling CQ 14071.5 at 03:05z

73, Bernie / KF4FHS


MOnthly Sprint 11 Feb 2000z

spdomingue@...
 

Don't forget the monthly Sprint

it is at 2000z on 11 Feb

See you for the hour

SteveD
N6YIH/7


5X1DC

Steve W3HF
 

Babs in Uganda, 14070 + 1200 or so

Good QSLer, too.

Steve
W3HF


DX Outgoing

N3DQU@...
 

Endorsements mailed 10 February 2003 for GM0KWW and DK3FCP...73 de Jay
N3DQU.


PSKFest Deadline

N3DQU@...
 

A reminder that the deadline for submitting PSKFest entries is 18 February
2003...73 de Jay N3DQU


DX Outgoing

N3DQU@...
 

Endorsements mailed out 08 February 2003 for CA2WUI, DE2PKH....73 de Jay
N3DQU


UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes #171

N3DQU@...
 

QST de UT5RP
PSK31 DX Notes #171 $PSKDX171
From UT5RP Radio Shack
Odessa Ukraine, February 10, 2003
To all PSK31 DXers

UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes for past week Feb 3-9, 2003 (BID PSKDX171)

Our Thanks this week go to: 425 DX-News Gang, HP1AC, Ohio/Penn DX Bull.,
UT5FB and OH2AQ's DX Summit.

BANDPASS:*Mode PSK31*Freq=Real Freq in USB Mode @1000Hz if no comments
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Spotter----Freq----DX--------Info-------------------------Time/UTC
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
K2TE 14071.3 9Y4/DL2SEK PSK31 0021 03 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN0B @1800Hz 0538 03 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 FK8FZ @1480Hz QSO with AL7CR 0543 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 UN7P @1620Hz 0554 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL1GDH @1970Hz 0733 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0FBK @1360Hz 0846 03 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN7ECA @1530Hz 0848 03 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 RA0AS @1300Hz 0849 03 Feb
SV9FBK 18100.2 SV9FBK BPSK31 1103 03 Feb
JA3KWZ 14071.7 YB5QZ PSK31 1126 03 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 FR5AB psk31 1158 03 Feb
OK2CMW 21070.0 ZS4GB *PSK* 550Hz 1226 03 Feb
RA3AET 14071.7 OM9AMI BPSK31 Wojciech 1456 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 IM0JZJ @1830Hz Sardinia Isl. 1458 03 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ZS4KB @1800Hz 1509 03 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 LW6DJW @1100Hz 1512 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 FR5HA @1350Hz 1521 03 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 4J9NM @1760Hz 1522 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 EI4FV @1080Hz 1526 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 YL2PU @1680Hz 1532 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 SV5FRD @1320Hz 1536 03 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 EA6AEI @1920Hz 1559 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0HQJ @1270Hz 1603 03 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 A22BP @1240Hz 1606 03 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ZS6JM @1450Hz 1614 03 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 PY4HGM @1000Hz 1615 03 Feb
F5RRS 21070.0 YV5OIE BPSK31 1220Hz 1718 03 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z5LF @1520Hz 1729 03 Feb
YV5OIE 21070.0 IS0HQJ ***PSK31*** STRONG 599 1731 03 Feb
UT5RP 7035.0 SV9FBK @1730Hz 1740 03 Feb
UT5RP 7035.0 ER1DX @1400Hz 1741 03 Feb
RA3AET 3581.4 F5POJ BPSK31 Philippe 1838 03 Feb

YV5OIE 7072.5 HK4QHD ****PSK31*** 0017 04 Feb
W7ZAC 14070.9 8P6QA BPSK31 0113 04 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8GX @1400Hz 0548 04 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN7ECA @1830Hz 0549 04 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 UA0OB @1100Hz 0647 04 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 SN70I @1720Hz 0657 04 Feb
UT5FB 14071.0 TA2IM @1000Hz 0731 04 Feb
UT5FB 14070.0 4Z5OF @1200Hz 0735 04 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 UN7P @1410Hz 0857 04 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 4Z5OF @1200Hz 0930 04 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 4X1AJ @1800Hz 0949 04 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 YL2KF @1650Hz 0950 04 Feb
UT5FB 14071.0 EI9EW @1500Hz 1002 04 Feb
N7UVH 7030.0 JM7OLW suke psk 1220 04 Feb
JI1ANI 14070.0 FO5PS psk31 1115hz 1245 04 Feb
F5RRS 28120.0 9Y4/DL2SEK BPSK31 1300Hz IOTA SA-009 1652 04 Feb
DJ0IM 7035.9 DF1WZ BPSK31 1653 04 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 LW1DGD fabio psk31 1723 04 Feb
RA3AET 3580.7 UA0WL BPSK31 1849 04 Feb
W7ZAC 28122.1 LU8HPQ BPSK31 2340 04 Feb
HP1AC 14070.1 D44AC @1325Hz 2341 04 Jan
HP1AC 14070.1 TG9ATX @1322Hz 2346 04 Jan
HP1AC 14070.1 YV5OIE @1300Hz 2350 04 Jan

HP1AC 14070.1 TI3DAC @ 592Hz 0014 05 Jan
HP1AC 14070.1 YV4FUF @1540Hz 0020 05 Jan
HP1AC 14070.1 TG9ATX PSK Sergio -Guatemala City 0025 05 Feb
RA6CT 14070.0 D44AC BPSK31 / op. Oleg - UA3TT/ 0109 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 VK2BQS @1100Hz 0614 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL1AWW @1200Hz 0615 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL1GDH @1870Hz 0622 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 VI5VIA @1100Hz 0652 05 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN7ECA @1600Hz 0715 05 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 EA6AEI @1780Hz 0716 05 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 PY2NJ rafael psk31 0823 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 D44AC @1400Hz QSL > RW3TN 0900 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 YL2PU @1030Hz 0903 05 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 EU1KI @1050Hz 0911 05 Feb
SQ5RK 10141.0 OM7PY psk31 0955 05 Feb
UT5RP 21069.0 SV9FBK @1600Hz 1014 05 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 LU9ED @1600Hz 1035 05 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 UN7ECA @1230Hz 1040 05 Feb
G4YVV 28120.4 D44AC PSK QSL > RW3TN 1137 05 Feb
PA0HVF 21072.2 7X2RO ***PSK*** 1200 05 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 KP4GC jorge psk31 1218 05 Feb
DJ0IM 28122.1 5B4AZ BPSK31 1219 05 Feb
DJ0IM 21071.8 EU6TV BPSK31 1227 05 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 VK2DPD david psk31 1241 05 Feb
DJ0IM 28121.3 4Z5OF BPSK31 1248 05 Feb
UX0IK 28121.2 PU2KSQ BPSK31 1256 05 Feb
DK1MAX 28120.0 9Y4/DL2SEK PSK 858Hz 1312 05 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 LU9ED donado psk31 1321 05 Feb
JA7XBG 14069.0 S21YV PSK31 1356 05 Feb
UT5RP 21069.0 DU3MEL @1900Hz 1400 05 Feb
LZ2NP 28120.0 LU5ENM Psk31 1285 Hz 1458 05 Feb
EA6AEI 28120.0 EA6AEI BPSK31 MENORCA ISL eu-004 1603 05 Feb
SP7HKK 28120.0 KP4CG BPSK31 1643 05 Feb
RA3AET 14072.2 LX1EK BPSK31 YL Germaine Soleu 1706 05 Feb
RA3AET 10141.3 PA3BXL BPSK31 Jan Leiden 1756 05 Feb
DK7WG 1838.0 DH7WW PSK 1059Hz 1817 05 Feb
HP1AC 14070.1 D44AC @1363Hz 2248 05 Feb

K3KYT 14071.6 D44AC BPSK31 Oleg Mindelo 0052 06 Feb
K3KYT 7071.5 9Y4/DL2SEK BPSK31 Mike Tobago 0139 06 Feb
PU2PTO 28120.0 BA4ER PSK31 0158 06 Feb
BA4ER 28120.5 CE3AKK psk31 0200 06 Feb
LZ2NP 14070.0 ZL1CYK Psk31 1576 hz 0446 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 UA0SMF @1140Hz 0606 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL1WU @1450Hz 0618 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 D44AC @1570Hz 0619 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8GX @1300Hz 0630 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 SN70I @1000Hz 0653 06 Feb
UT5FB 14069.0 CT3AS @1700Hz 0742 06 Feb
UT5FB 14070.0 IS0FBK @1200Hz 0835 06 Feb
UT5FB 21069.0 UA0SMF @1770Hz 0836 06 Feb
UT5FB 21071.0 ZS4GB @1300Hz 0837 06 Feb
UT5FB 14070.0 9A2/F6FFQ @1500Hz 0841 06 Feb
UT5FB 28119.0 UN0B @1700Hz 0909 06 Feb
UT5FB 14070.0 YL2AZ @1400Hz 0911 06 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 UA0EX @1200Hz 0915 06 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 UA0LH @1170Hz 0916 06 Feb
UT5FB 21069.0 EX0V @1640Hz 1055 06 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 IS0YWA @1800Hz 1058 06 Feb
UT5FB 21071.0 FR5AB @1050Hz 1100 06 Feb
UT5FB 28120.0 UN7PHV @1800Hz 1102 06 Feb
UT5FB 28120.0 ZS6OB @1950Hz 1103 06 Feb
UT5FB 28119.0 IS0LFZ @1900Hz 1105 06 Feb
UT5FB 28120.0 FR5AB @1450Hz 1106 06 Feb
UT5FB 28119.0 PU2PTO @1700Hz 1110 06 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 LU3HZG psk31 1149 06 Feb
SP9JCN 28120.0 P43RR BPSK31 =1631 1439 06 Feb
HP1AC 28120.1 EI2IV @ 754Hz 1452 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 FR5HA @1230Hz 1528 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 EW7AW @1920Hz 1529 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z5OF @1040Hz 1530 06 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z5AG @1480Hz 1531 06 Feb
UT5RP 28119.0 LW4DXH @1730Hz 1533 06 Feb
UT5RP 28119.0 LU9ED @1920Hz 1534 06 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 LU7YZ @1270Hz 1535 06 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 PY2SRB @1380Hz 1536 06 Feb
UT5RP 28119.0 PU2PTO @1820Hz 1537 06 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 LU8EDA @1130Hz 1540 06 Feb
RA3AET 7036.8 OE5NGM BPSK31 Gerry LINZ 1821 06 Feb
EA7HZ 18100.1 K2IZE BPSK-31 1827 06 Feb
AA4XR 21070.0 P43RR PSK31 909hz 1841 06 Feb
AA4XR 21070.0 ZS6BUJ PSK31 1256hz 1846 06 Feb
AA4XR 21070.0 KP2/W8LBY PSK31 1812hz 1918 06 Feb
AA4XR 28120.0 PU2PTO PSK31 890hz 1934 06 Feb
HP1AC 14070.1 PJ2MI @ 370Hz 2041 06 Feb
DL9RNO 7037.5 CT3FN PSK31 1850 HZ QSL HB9CRV 2044 06 Feb
HP1AC 14070.1 FM5WO @1230Hz 2051 06 Feb
HP1AC 14070.1 VK3BD @1230Hz 2057 06 Feb
G0IYZ 3580.1 LY2BIG psk 2138 06 Feb
G0IYZ 7035.0 YO8FR psk 1246HZ 2141 06 Feb

OH5KAY 21070.0 DS1CCU psk31 0603 07 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8FZ @1100Hz 0621 07 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 UA0WL @1530Hz 0622 07 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z5LR @1940Hz 0623 07 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 VK3BGH @1050Hz 0624 07 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 SU9BN @1250Hz 0631 07 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN7ECA @1660Hz 0633 07 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 RA0AS @1060Hz 0634 07 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 FK8FZ psk31 0645 07 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 4Z5LR @1380Hz 0652 07 Feb
UT5FB 21069.0 EX0V @1450Hz 0653 07 Feb
UT5FB 21069.0 UA0EX @1900Hz 0707 07 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 UN7P @1530Hz 0714 07 Feb
UT5FB 14070.0 ZL1PZ @1440Hz 0717 07 Feb
UT5FB 21070.0 UA0SMF @1050Hz 0830 07 Feb
DS5RYB 14069.9 LU6DEZ PSK31 0931 07 Feb
DS5KJR 21070.0 DS5RYB psk 1005 07 Feb
OM7PY 28119.9 5B4AZ bpsk31 1041 07 Feb
OE6PHD 28120.9 FR5AB PSK31 1216 07 Feb
OH5KAY 21070.0 PJ2MI psk31 1219 07 Feb
PA0HVF 28120.5 T77GO ***PSK*** 1320 07 Feb
DJ0IM 28121.3 PU2PTO BPSK31 1329 07 Feb
DJ0IM 28121.6 YV4FUE BPSK31 1408 07 Feb
DJ0IM 28121.7 LU9ED BPSK31 1409 07 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 IS0FBK @1560Hz 1612 07 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ZS6AIB @1670Hz 1622 07 Feb
UT5RP 21071.0 LW1DGD @1070Hz 1700 07 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 HP1AC @1580Hz 1702 07 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 CT3FN @1850Hz 1704 07 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 EU3AC @1070Hz 1756 07 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ZS6BYQ @1600Hz 1800 07 Feb
SQ5RK 7035.6 MM0CBL psk 1940 07 Feb
SQ5RK 7036.8 GU0VPA psk 1942 07 Feb
IZ5CCS 1838.0 DL8LE psk 2058 07 Feb

OZ1PMX 14070.2 SU9BN PSK31 0634 08 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 DK6LI/MM @1540Hz 0715 08 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 TA7AO @1990Hz 0716 08 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 EU1KI @1660Hz 0717 08 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 UN0B @1780Hz 0720 08 Feb
G0IYZ 28120.1 UA0AKL psk31 0955 08 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 SV9/LA4FXA @1900Hz 1328 08 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 EC8AUZ @1800Hz 1329 08 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 LU9HRM @1100Hz 1338 08 Feb
SP9MRP 21070.0 SV9/LA4XFA BPSK31 HANS RETHYMNO-Crete 1353 08 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 PU3CAL @1400Hz 1533 08 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 LU1EC @1100Hz 1534 08 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 IS0YWA @1770Hz 1536 08 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 4K5D @1060Hz QSL > K2PF 1538 08 Feb
UT5RP 21069.0 II1D @1460Hz Special call 1543 08 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 GU0VPA @1460Hz 1555 08 Feb
PY3CQ 28120.0 PU3CAL psk31 1608 08 Feb
RA3AET 21071.8 MM0CBL BPSK31 George GIRVAN 1655 08 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 ZS6BYQ @1070Hz 1812 08 Feb
DL4QB 1838.0 DL1DH BPSK31 Arndt 1910 08 Feb
DL4QB 1838.0 DH7WW PSK31 STRONG 1927 08 Feb
DL8LE 1838.0 OM5UM psk 31 2124 08 Feb
PU1VHJ 28120.0 VE3HAD PSK Op.Hans Good Signal 2202 08 Feb

KB0VVT 14074.0 KL7CE/6 PSK31 0105 09 Feb
KD5LJH 14070.0 FR5HA PSK31 0324 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 UA0AKL @1450Hz 0610 09 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 LW1DGD @1260Hz 0614 09 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 4K5D @1930Hz 0622 09 Feb
UT5RP 14071.0 UA0QNV @1300Hz 0645 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 VK2AR @1530Hz 0720 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 TG9ANF @1350Hz 0723 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 VK3LK @1400Hz 0737 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 RA0AS @1650Hz 0750 09 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ES3BR @1950Hz 0833 09 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 ZL1PZ @1540Hz 0834 09 Feb
JJ1YCG 21073.8 T88EI psk31 0839 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 I2MS @1660Hz 5th Mem. A.Volta Day 0843 09 Feb
UT5RP 21071.0 UN7P @1260Hz 0852 09 Feb
UT5RP 21069.0 SV9FBK @1700Hz 0853 09 Feb
UT5RP 21071.0 SV9BMG @1270Hz 0912 09 Feb
UT5RP 14070.0 YL2CA @1220Hz 0914 09 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 PP5TG @1360Hz 1125 09 Feb
UT5RP 28119.0 UA0SAD @1480Hz 1128 09 Feb
UT5RP 28121.0 UA0AKL @1250Hz 1129 09 Feb
UT5RP 24920.0 4Z5LF @1350Hz 1130 09 Feb
UT5RP 28120.0 5R8DA @1260Hz 1137 09 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 GU0VPA @1580Hz 1231 09 Feb
UT5RP 28121.0 G/YO3VU @1250Hz 1241 09 Feb
SV9FBK 24919.9 OK1DIB BPSK31 1411 09 Feb
UT5RP 21070.0 IS0LFZ @1500Hz 1504 09 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 TA7V @1700Hz 1507 09 Feb
UT5RP 24919.0 KP2/W8LBY @1800Hz 1512 09 Feb
UT5RP 10140.0 OK2DW @1400Hz 1515 09 Feb
F5RRS 28120.0 EA8BXE BPSK31 1950Hz 1535 09 Feb
UT5RP 10140.0 LZ1ZJ @1300Hz 1550 09 Feb
RA3AET 10140.9 F5PIQ BPSK31 Roger Paris 1542 09 Feb
W7ZAC 21071.7 CO2GL BPSK31 1551 09 Feb
F5RRS 28120.0 PU2PTO BPSK31 870Hz 1558 09 Feb
UT5RP 14069.0 EW1NM @1840Hz 1600 09 Feb
UT5RP 21069.0 EW4NF @1700Hz 1602 09 Feb
F5RRS 28120.0 CU3FV BPSK31 1370Hz 1619 09 Feb
WE1X 28119.0 DK6LI/MM PSK Container ship 2224 09 Feb

Always a lot of 9A, UA, UR, UT, DL, F, HA, OK, I, G, GI, LA, GW, OH,
SP, ON, EA, SM, S5, SV, YO, LA, LU, PY, W, JA, OE, HB and many other
countries on the Bands.
---
Notes of interest:

CE - Atacama Desert DX Group operators CA2WUI, XQ1ZW, XQ1IDM, CE1URH,
CE1VLY,CE1RQB and CE1FLS will be active as 3G1P from Pan de Azucar
(SA-085) on 14-17 March.They will operate on 6-160 metres SSB, CW,
PSK31, RTTY and maybe SSTV. QSL via XQ1IDM (Nicolas Herrera G.,P.O.
Box 345, Antofagasta, Chile). A web page is under construction at
http://www.qsl.net/3g1p [TNX 425DXN]

PJ7- SINT MAARTEN. William, W8EB, will be active as PJ7/W8EB from Febru-
ary 23rd throughh March 23rd. His activity will include the ARRL
International DX SSB Contest (March 1-2nd) as PJ7B and as a Single-
Op/All Band entry. Activity outside of the contest will be on
160-10 meters CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK-31. QSL both callsign via W8EB.
[TNX OPDX]

TI8- COSTA RICA. Operators Chadwick/K4UN, Carlos/TI2KAC, Fred/W4BD and
possible others will be active as TI8/K4UN during the ARRL Interna-
tional DX SSB Contest (March 1-2nd) as a Multi-2/All Band entry.
QSL via K4UN. They will be active a little over a week before the
contest, and activity outside of the contest will be on 160-10
meters primarily on SSB with the possibility of some CW and PSK31.
[TNX OPDX]

VK9C & VK9X, COCOS-KEELING AND CHRISTMAS ISLANDS. Three of the YLs who
operated VK9YL and ZK1XYL last year, namely Gwen/VK3DYL, June/VK4SJ
and Elizabeth/VE7YL (CW), will activate Cocos Keeling Islands
(OC-003) October 12-25th, and Christmas Island (OC-002) October
26th through November 9th next. Activity will be on 80-10 meters,
SSB and CW - no RTTY or PSK. Their callsigns and detailed QSL
information will be announced later by the QSL Manager VK3DYL.
[TNX OPDX]

The PSK31 Rumble (The Spring Wakeup).
Sponsored by Troy ARA, 0000z through 2400z, April 19th, PSK only.
80,40,20,15,10,6 meters. Work stations once per band. Exchange:
name, state/province/DX send dxcc prefix.Operate 1 of 5 categories.
Normal, 100w max. Great, 20w max. Super, 5w max. Novice or SWL.
Final score is QSO's * (W + VE + JA + VK call areas + 1 point per
DX incl. your own). Mults. count once per band. To be valid,
scores must be received via our online score submission form found
at http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/score.html or e-mail Logs to:
wm2u@n2ty.org, by the last entry date 17th May 2003. Logs must be
available for review if requested.
Read web rules for details on http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/rumble.html
or http://www.n2ty.org. Info e-mail to Bill Eddy, ny2u@n2ty.org or
Ernie Mills, wm2u@n2ty.org

---
The PSK31 DX Notes are available in Packet Radio Network (psk31@ww)
or in FIDONET @ SU.HAMRADIO or in the InterNet at URLs:
http://www.yahoogroups.com/group/psk-tara/
http://www.qsl.net/xe1m/ut5rpdx.htm (Full collection since Aug'99!)
http://radio.cn.ua/radio/index.html
http://www.greekradioham.tk

or in the PSK-TARA Group Reflector. To subscribe to him send an empty
E-mail to: psk-tara-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

or in the Greece PSK31 Reflector, to subscribe to him send an empty
E-mail to: greecepsk31-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

or in the Turkish PSK31 Reflector, to subscribe to him send an empty
E-mail to: anatolian-contests-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

For next week's bulletin send your bandpass and notes of interest to
UT5RP E-mail: ut5rp@radio.tenet.odessa.ua
or via Packet Radio ---> UT5RP@UT5RP.ODS.UKR.EU

73's and have a good DX Hunting.
Dimitry - UT5RP
/EX
--
UT5RP Dimitry Slyusarenko (Dima)
Editor of PSK31 DX Notes
AMTOR,CW,FM,PSK31,RTTY,SSB
QSL according to QRZ.COM


Grids

John Durbin <durbinsjz@...>
 

Hi all,

I have a few things that I would like to share with everyone about the Maidenhead Grid Award without trying to open a can of worms. Do yourself and Charlie a big favor and double check all of the grids against another source before you send them to him. I have the flying horse CD and it lists one call in one grid and hamcall lists it in another grid. Then you have to check a third source to see which one matches. I saw a few of these and then if you have the qsl cards make copies and send them to Charlie along with marking them on your sheet so he knows that it might be different and you have a card to show him. I do not get cards from the bureau but that is another story. I do use eQsl and that way you have the grid straight from the ham you had the QSO with. You would hope that every ham knows where he lives. I had at least 3 or 4 of them. It is not like they moved either they have the same address. Check the web sites also just to make sure that it is all correct. Normally I only put in the grid from a station that sends it to me during the QSO if I can copy that grid 2 times and they match, even then some look funny. I used excel and found that to work very good for putting them in order and if changes need to be made they can be put back in order without any trouble. Anyway it was a lot of fun getting the 300 grids and it should be fun now that I know what to expect for the next 100. Well I hope that I have helped those of you that are chasing this award with some of the problems that I had. I better go now there are a few PY stations on so I will try to get them for that award.

73's

Chris N8PSK


Special Event Station WD4

W2LTB@...
 

If anyone needs to contact Peter he is on 20 meters at this time. Has a good signal.

James
W2LTB


QRP

JHudak3rd@...
 

My thanks to all the "QRPers" out there that helped me reach my goal of 2 way
qrp contacts recently. Although I got what I wanted, I plan to do a lot of
QRP just for the heck of it.Too many names to mention, but a big thanks to
KF4FHS, Bernie for the 15 meter contact. It seems that the band has been weak
here in PA. I hope that you gentleman, and ladies, will continue to work the
qrp scene. The needle on the power supply doesn't move, the lights don't dim,
and the neighbors don't get them "funny" lines when I run qrp. If anyone
cares to join us, please send your call to me and I'll include it in the
listing. No schedules, no meetings, just fire up the rig and call CQ QRP. I
always send a /qrp with the call when operating low power. Figure it can't
hurt to let others know why the trace and signal "might" be a little weak.
But what the hay, someone's gotta do it. See you on the weak side.

KA3X, Jay


Re: W4D on 20M

Bernie <kf4fhs@...>
 

Hey Peter,

10m was open mainly into South America today from here, I didn't see too
much going on east of here.

But' tomorrow's another day !

Good Luck & 73,
Bernie / KF4FHS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Baskind" <pbaskind@midsouth.rr.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 6:52 PM
Subject: RE: [070] W4D on 20M



You sure had a bunch of us fellers out here on the left coast hollerin
at
ya, but you couldn't see a lot of us. You were 599 into WA State abt all
day.

Maybe the wind will blow outta the west tomorrow :-)
Sorry, Bernie. I'll try to spend more time pointing West tomorrow.

I did try some 10m for West Coast, but seemingly wasn't getting heard.
Can't quite figure out what the problem was.

Peter


Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://www.podxs.com/html/070_club.html > for the latest information on
070 Club activities.
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com or N3DQU@aol.com.



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/


Re: W4D on 20M

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

You sure had a bunch of us fellers out here on the left coast hollerin at
ya, but you couldn't see a lot of us. You were 599 into WA State abt all
day.

Maybe the wind will blow outta the west tomorrow :-)
Sorry, Bernie. I'll try to spend more time pointing West tomorrow.

I did try some 10m for West Coast, but seemingly wasn't getting heard.
Can't quite figure out what the problem was.

Peter


Re: W4D on 20M

Bernie <kf4fhs@...>
 

Hey Peter,

You sure had a bunch of us fellers out here on the left coast hollerin at
ya, but you couldn't see a lot of us. You were 599 into WA State abt all
day.

Maybe the wind will blow outta the west tomorrow :-)

73, Bernie / KF4FHS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Baskind" <pbaskind@midsouth.rr.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 3:04 PM
Subject: RE: [070] W4D on 20M


I am back home for the day. TNX for all the contacts. Worked PSK
exclusively, because it was just fun. The only problem, the station is
set
right next to the big door to admit trucks, etc. A bit drafty today.

Should be back on around 9:30am tomorrow until about 2pm, with a lunch
break.

Good Hamfest. Bought my brother, WA4CB, a NOMIC for his 817. Soon, yet
another all QRP PSKer.

Peter
AG4KI/W4D


Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://www.podxs.com/html/070_club.html > for the latest information on
070 Club activities.
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com or N3DQU@aol.com.



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/


Re: W4D on 20M

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

I am back home for the day. TNX for all the contacts. Worked PSK
exclusively, because it was just fun. The only problem, the station is set
right next to the big door to admit trucks, etc. A bit drafty today.

Should be back on around 9:30am tomorrow until about 2pm, with a lunch
break.

Good Hamfest. Bought my brother, WA4CB, a NOMIC for his 817. Soon, yet
another all QRP PSKer.

Peter
AG4KI/W4D


Re: W4D on 20M

Steve W3HF
 

He's back on 20m now, 14070 + 1400

Steve
W3HF


W4D on 20M

Charlie Trice, K8IJ <cctrice@...>
 

Hey guys & gals,

Peter, W4D, is now on 14.070 + 1400.

Vy 73,

Charlie, K8IJ


Re: Special Event Station W4D

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

Peter,
Are you gonna run QRP at W4D?

73 & GL,
Jay - AA8QQ
Maybe I'll try it, in light of the QRP endorsement. I will only have my 746
there, but I understand it runs down to 5 at low power.

We will be using a 3-element beam @ 55', so QRP should be no problem.

Peter.


Re: Special Event Station W4D

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

Ok everybody, here's a chance to help Peter AG4KI keep awake at the
keyboard! Work the Memphis Dixiefest W4D Special Event Station
this weekend
and earn the W4D endorsement; Log info only required; Valid contacts made
with the Memphis Dixiefest W4D Special Event Station on PSK31
mode, February
8-9, 2003; This endorsement expires March 10, 2003. Go get 'em, and
remember...no piling on hi! 73 de Jay N3DQU

Very cool. Thanks, Jay.

Peter.


Re: Special Event Station W4D

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Peter,
Are you gonna run QRP at W4D?

73 & GL,
Jay - AA8QQ