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Re: N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Don is on 28.120.15 right now (2030 UTC) running PSK31 if anyone is hunting for him.

73,

Dick
WB0DUL@...

----- Original Message -----
From: Don Snider
To: 070@...
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 3:20 PM
Subject: RE: [070] N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14


I'll be on the beach fishing on Assateague Island beginning early
Saturday morning. It looks like it will be raining most of the day on
Sat so I may not get on the air until the afternoon. I just purchased
the MFJ 1910 33 ft fiberglass mast so as soon as the rain stops I'll
strap the mast to the truck and hoist my loop for 20 meters. I can tune
the loop from 40 meters to 10 meters so I may be on any band that is
open.

If you need a new grid for the Maidenhead PSK-31 award, then keep an eye
out for me. FM27 is mostly in the water so it is probably a little less
common than your average grid.

I'm also going to bring my Arrow antenna and will attempt to work
satellite UO-14 on a few of it's passes with my FT-817. I've never
worked a satellite before so I don't know how will things will go in
this mode.

Don
N3MK

-----Original Message-----
From: Don Snider [mailto:dsnider@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 10:35 AM
To: 070@...
Subject: [070] N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14

I'll be on Assateague Island near Maryland this weekend. I'll be
operating PSK-31 and CW primarily on 20 meters but I'll be trying all
bands. I'll be running my FT-817 into a variety of antennas attached to
a 30ft mast strapped to the truck.

Hope to work you this weekend!

IOTA NA139
Grid FM27


Don
N3MK



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Re: MM0CBL

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Thanks Steve for fb posting. I got George, MM0CBL and now have completed my
Piper Award. Thanks again. Ernie

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen J. Melachrinos" <w3hf@...>
To: <070@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2002 3:06 PM
Subject: [070] MM0CBL


If anyone needs George MM0CBL for the Scottish Piper award,
he's also on 10m now, around 28121.7.

Steve
W3HF


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Re: N3MK on Assateague NA139 today

Steve W3HF
 

I didn't make it on the air yesterday because I spent the entire day
fishing. But I'm heading back out this morning and will be on the air
starting around 15:00 GMT.

IOTA: NA139
Grid: FM27

Don
He's on 10m right now, if any Europeans want him. Unfortunately, I
can only hear the 9As and IK3s working him, not Don. (We're too
close.)

If anyone does get him, please ask him to get on 40m some time
so the close-by stations can work him.

Steve
W3HF


MM0CBL

Steve W3HF
 

If anyone needs George MM0CBL for the Scottish Piper award,
he's also on 10m now, around 28121.7.

Steve
W3HF


N3MK on Assateague NA139 today

Don Snider
 

I didn't make it on the air yesterday because I spent the entire day
fishing. But I'm heading back out this morning and will be on the air
starting around 15:00 GMT.

IOTA: NA139
Grid: FM27

Don


Re: N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14

Don Snider
 

I'll be on the beach fishing on Assateague Island beginning early
Saturday morning. It looks like it will be raining most of the day on
Sat so I may not get on the air until the afternoon. I just purchased
the MFJ 1910 33 ft fiberglass mast so as soon as the rain stops I'll
strap the mast to the truck and hoist my loop for 20 meters. I can tune
the loop from 40 meters to 10 meters so I may be on any band that is
open.

If you need a new grid for the Maidenhead PSK-31 award, then keep an eye
out for me. FM27 is mostly in the water so it is probably a little less
common than your average grid.

I'm also going to bring my Arrow antenna and will attempt to work
satellite UO-14 on a few of it's passes with my FT-817. I've never
worked a satellite before so I don't know how will things will go in
this mode.

Don
N3MK

-----Original Message-----
From: Don Snider [mailto:dsnider@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 10:35 AM
To: 070@...
Subject: [070] N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14

I'll be on Assateague Island near Maryland this weekend. I'll be
operating PSK-31 and CW primarily on 20 meters but I'll be trying all
bands. I'll be running my FT-817 into a variety of antennas attached to
a 30ft mast strapped to the truck.

Hope to work you this weekend!

IOTA NA139
Grid FM27


Don
N3MK



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Final v.1.0 of KPSK for linux released

Ernest Stracener <ds3@...>
 

After about a month of testing, version 1.0 final of KPSK (for the Linux
operating system) is now available from the Files area of the project
page at http://sf.net/projects/kpsk and will soon be available from
http://1409.org/projects/kpsk/download.html . Some new features were
added to the 1.0 final release and many more are planned for version
1.1....so the evolution continues! 070's own Dave Kjellquist, WB5NHL,
has done the majority of coding work to improve KPSK since the 0.9.3
release -- Nice work, Dave!

Thanks to those of you who helped with the testing of KPSK v.1.0rc1!
The KPSK development group has heard from users all over the world and
I've sent out about a dozen copies of various linux distributions to
folks that wanted to see what all the fuss over linux was about. The
offer is still open to anyone from 070 that wants to give linux a try --
I'll trade ya a 3-CD copy of linux for 4 first class postage stamps &
you have your choice of Mandrake 9.0 (recommended) or Red Hat 8.0.

By the way, W2MU's PSK31 web page is listed as a resource for more
information on PSK31 within the documentation for KPSK -- nice work on
your site, Ernie -- it was what I used to build my first PSK31 interface
a couple (?few?) years ago!

Thanks again & 73-
Ernie
kg9ni


S07L

DL2AYL@...
 

Hi all,
Luis S07L is in PSK on 14.070 listening also for USA !
Got him!
Erika/DL2AYL


N3MK on Assateague Island Oct 12-14

Don Snider
 

I'll be on Assateague Island near Maryland this weekend. I'll be
operating PSK-31 and CW primarily on 20 meters but I'll be trying all
bands. I'll be running my FT-817 into a variety of antennas attached to
a 30ft mast strapped to the truck.

Hope to work you this weekend!

IOTA NA139
Grid FM27


Don
N3MK


TDW certificates in the mail

N3DQU@...
 

TDW 2002 certificates went out in the mail today 08 October 2002 for
DE2PKH, DL2AYL, JA9LX, OK1VSL, PY2MJ and K8IJ. Congrats to all! 73 de Jay
N3DQU.


Anatolian ATA PSK31 Contest 2002

ismail_ta9j <ismail_ta9j@...>
 

Anatolian ATA PSK31 Contest
---------------------------

This contest is dedicated to
the anniversary dead day (10 November, 1938)
of the Mustafa Kemal ATATURK
who founded the modern Turkey.


CONTEST PERIOD:

1800 - 2400 UTC
Saturday 9 November, 2002


MODE:
PSK31.


BANDS:
80, 40, 20, 15, 10 m.


CATEGORIES:

• A. Single Operator All Bands
• B. Multi Operator All Bands
• C. SWL


MESSAGE:
Send RST + QSO number, starting with 001.


POINTS:

• QSO with own country, 5 points
• QSO with other countries in own continent, 10 points
• QSO with other continents, 15 points


MULTIPLIER:
Count each DXCC country on each band.

Additionally, each call area in TA, VK, VE, JA and W will count as
multiplier on each band.


SCORING:
Total QSO points x total multipliers.


LOGS:
Use seperate log sheets for each band.

Logs must show: Band, Date, Time (UTC), Call sign, Message, Points
and Multiplier.

Deadline is December 9, 2002.

Logs post:

Ismail Cakmak, TA9J
P O Box 34
36000 KARS
TURKEY

Logs e-mail:

ta9j@...


MANAGER:

Ismail Cakmak, TA9J
P O Box 34
36000 KARS
TURKEY

E-mail: ta9j@...


KH6 Scoring for rumble

Stephen Prior <smprior@...>
 

Does KH6 count as DXCC for the rumble scoring?

Thanks
Steve
N3UYI


Re: 6m PSK, anyone?

Steve W3HF
 

Really nice E from NC, SC, FL, etc. Anyone want to try a PSK Q?
Doubt if I can transmit, but I can listen I'm sure.

What freq?

Steve
W3HF


UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes #153

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SB PSK31 @ WW $PSKDX153
UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes #153

QST de UT5RP
PSK31 DX Notes #153 $PSKDX153
From UT5RP Radio Shack
Odessa Ukraine, October 7, 2002
To all PSK31 DXers

UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes for past week Sep 30-Oct 6, 2002 (BID PSKDX153)

Our Thanks this week go to: 425 DX-News Gang, Ohio/Penn DX Bull.,
UT5FB, W1AW ARRL HQ Station and OH2AQ's DX Summit.

BANDPASS:*Mode PSK31*Freq=Real Freq in USB Mode @1000Hz if no ad.info
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Spotter Freq DX Info Time/UTC
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
AA4XR 21070.0 HK3PJC @1560hz 0018 30 Sep
AA4XR 14070.0 HP8AJT @1940hz 0041 30 Sep
AA4XR 14070.0 A45XO @1257hz 0053 30 Sep
IT9ORA 7043.0 IT9ORA PSK31 LSB 0426 30 Sep
UT5RP 14069.5 4K5D 0548 30 Sep
UT5RP 14070.0 EA6AEI @1120Hz 0602 30 Sep
UT5FB 14071.0 TA4KG 1329 30 Sep
UT5FB 14070.6 UA0LIH 1330 30 Sep
UT5FB 28120.9 LU4DPO 1331 30 Sep
LZ2NP 28120.8 ZS1AK 1351 30 Sep
UT5FB 21070.7 ZS6AEU 1354 30 Sep
UT5FB 21070.1 YC1DYY 1355 30 Sep
UT5FB 28120.4 ZS1AK 1356 30 Sep
UT5FB 14070.8 UN8PO 1358 30 Sep
UT5FB 14070.6 TF8GX 1359 30 Sep
UT5FB 28119.9 LZ2NP 1400 30 Sep
UT5FB 28120.1 LU9ED 1401 30 Sep
UT5FB 28120.2 EA9CD 1402 30 Sep
UT5RP 14070.0 ES7AM @1640Hz 1547 30 Sep
OH6MRD 28120.0 CX5UR 1756 30 Sep
K4GMH 28120.5 PJ2MI 1828 30 Sep
UT5RP 10140.2 DK2PC 1841 30 Sep
UT5RP 10139.9 DH7WW 1842 30 Sep
K4GMH 28120.7 CA2WUI 1853 30 Sep
UT5RP 14070.2 LW4DXI 1929 30 Sep
UT5RP 14070.0 7X2BK @1560Hz 1930 30 Sep
UT5RP 14070.0 EI0CZ @1770Hz 1931 30 Sep
4Z4DX 14070.0 UA2FCJ 2050 30 Sep
K4GMH 28121.4 CO6XN 2208 30 Sep
F5OZF 10140.0 F5RXL YL Miss Sol 2235 30 Sep

4Z4DX 14070.0 HP3XBH 0227 01 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 FM5AD 0245 01 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 XQ1IDM 0314 01 Oct
W7BX 14070.0 UA0ZS @926Hz Sergey in Kamchatka 0327 01 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 AY2OF 0346 01 Oct
DK2AI 14070.0 FK8GX 0545 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8GX @1036Hz 0558 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL1AMW @1385Hz 0602 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0YTA @448Hz 0607 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8FZ @800Hz 0609 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 CP6EB @1286Hz 0644 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z4DX @968Hz 0646 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0VBH @1250Hz 0649 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H4CM @1400Hz 0715 01 Oct
JR1KSK 21070.0 V73GOD 0745 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 LZ1CW @640Hz 0757 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 VK3JHN @1140Hz 0804 01 Oct
F5OZF 10140.0 F5RXL YL IN PSK op:Sol 0937 01 Oct
DH1ME 144150.0 DO1SSU 1120 01 Oct
UT5RP 24920.0 EA4IA @1200Hz 1130 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 PY7ZZ @1830Hz 1222 01 Oct
UT5RP 28119.0 GD3FXN @1840Hz 1223 01 Oct
UT5RP 28121.0 VK6YS @1020Hz 1253 01 Oct
UT5FB 21070.0 EA6/I1RSA @1600Hz 1305 01 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 CP6EB @1700Hz 1309 01 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 SV5DDR @1500Hz 1317 01 Oct
UT5FB 28119.0 4X6UO @1700Hz 1332 01 Oct
UT5FB 21069.0 OD5PL @1600Hz 1339 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 SV5DDF @1315Hz 1340 01 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 LU4JHD @1600Hz 1351 01 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 UN8PO @1100Hz 1353 01 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 EW7EW @1900Hz 1431 01 Oct
UT5FB 14071.0 TA2IM @1300Hz 1432 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 YK1AO @1275Hz 1455 01 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 IS0YTA @260Hz 1456 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 LU5ENM @1070Hz 1457 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4K5D @670Hz 1615 01 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 I2/SP9EZM @1700Hz 1627 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 AY4MMM @1230Hz 1633 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 L55DR @1275Hz 1700 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 9H3SG @1130Hz 1701 01 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 LU4EXQ @875Hz 1748 01 Oct
AA4XR 28120.0 CX5UR @1533hz 1846 01 Oct
AA4XR 28120.0 LU4JHD @973hz Wrkd w/4 watts 1921 01 Oct
K5DNL 14070.0 TG9BD 59 in Okla 2124 01 Oct
K9RB 14070.0 HP1CPE @2234hz 2131 01 Oct
K9RB 14070.0 HP1KZ @1886hz 2152 01 Oct
K9RB 14072.0 XE1GKG @600hz 2154 01 Oct

F5RRS 14070.0 ZL2AH @1260Hz 0438 02 Oct
F5RRS 14070.0 4K5D @670Hz 0440 02 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 7X2BK 0545 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z4DX @600Hz 0552 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 SV9/LA4XFA @975Hz 0555 02 Oct
JM7OLW 21070.8 AP2NK 1117 02 Oct
JM7OLW 21070.8 SV5DDP 1118 02 Oct
UT5FB 21071.0 IS0LFZ @1100Hz 1252 02 Oct
UT5FB 14071.0 LY2XZ @1300Hz 1353 02 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 UN8PO @1900Hz 1408 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 TA4KG @2080Hz 1514 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 GD3FXN @420Hz 1550 02 Oct
UT5RP 28121.0 LU4EXQ @1315Hz 1553 02 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 ZP6GBA @1790Hz 1554 02 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 EA6/I1RSA @1375Hz 1604 02 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 LU1XPA @1780Hz 1608 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 UN7ED @1440Hz 1612 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 TA7T @875Hz 1616 02 Oct
F5RRS 28120.0 LU2XDZ @2530Hz 1707 02 Oct
F5RRS 28120.0 TG9BD @1350Hz 1729 02 Oct
AA4XR 14070.0 9K2QA @1469hz 1909 02 Oct
AA4XR 14070.0 UA2FCJ @1299hz 1911 02 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 LU3LFV @1540Hz 1916 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 EU4AC @1350Hz 1919 02 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 SV9FBM @2280Hz 1923 02 Oct
AA4XR 28120.0 HK4BSV @747hz 1940 02 Oct
AA4XR 14070.0 LX2LA @1394hz 1953 02 Oct
IK1RAG 14070.8 FM5WD 2002 02 Oct
SP7HKK 7037.0 UA9LE 2224 02 Oct

UT5RP 14070.0 ZL2AH @610Hz 0440 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4K5D @600Hz QSL > K2PF 0506 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4Z4DX @888Hz 0533 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL2DLS @1600Hz 0540 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8GX @870Hz 0600 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H3HG @1380Hz 0825 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H4CM @1580Hz 0825 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0YOK @1000Hz 0953 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 SV9/LA4XFA @1785Hz 1038 03 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 A45XO @1740Hz 1039 03 Oct
G4YVV 28120.6 CP6EB PSK 1311 03 Oct
G4YVV 28120.8 V51KC PSK 1312 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 7X2ARA @1060Hz Club station 1312 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0FBK @1020Hz 1508 03 Oct
UT5RP 7035.0 DJ2FMA @1870Hz 1514 03 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 ZS6AVP @1640Hz 1516 03 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 EA6/I1RSA @1000Hz 1612 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 EA5/DJ4BS @1140Hz 1615 03 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 CX5UR @1250Hz 1616 03 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 L55DR @960Hz 1617 03 Oct
UT5RP 28119.0 LU5ENM @1600Hz 1618 03 Oct
W1YRC 28120.0 ZS6DTS PSK31 1000 hz 1712 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 VO1HP @1620Hz 1803 03 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 VU2NSK @970Hz 1849 03 Oct
UT5FB 7035.0 OK2BF @730Hz 1851 03 Oct
UT5FB 7035.0 RZ3FR @1570Hz 1853 03 Oct
UT5FB 7036.0 HB9AXC @1200Hz 1856 03 Oct
UT5FB 7034.0 S53EO @1525Hz 1857 03 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 CP6EB @1230Hz 1900 03 Oct
UT5FB 7035.0 HA5MTV @1500Hz 1902 03 Oct
UT5FB 3580.0 UR5WBL @1200Hz 1904 03 Oct
UT5FB 3580.0 SV4AQJ @1300Hz QSO with HB9AAQ 1914 03 Oct
F5RRS 14070.0 VU2NSK BPSK31 1065Hz 1914 03 Oct
UT5FB 3579.0 UR5WDQ @1650Hz 1916 03 Oct
EA3AJW 14070.0 CO8LY PSK31 1926 03 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 HP1CPE **PSK31** 2210 03 Oct
4Z4DX 14070.0 A45XO **PSK31** 2212 03 Oct

UT5FB 14070.0 SV9/LA4FXA @1300Hz 0542 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 FK8HA @1475Hz 0705 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 CX7BF @1630Hz 0708 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 Z36A @1520Hz QSL > DJ0LZ 0737 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 CT3AS @925Hz 0748 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 7X2HF @1150Hz 0801 04 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 DS1CCU @850Hz 0853 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ES7FU @1730Hz 0919 04 Oct
DS1CCU 21072.0 S57LPL BPSK31 0921 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 LY2XZ @1675Hz 1031 04 Oct
UT5FB 21069.0 OD5PL @1500Hz 1240 04 Oct
UT5FB 21070.0 9H3HG @1600Hz 1241 04 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 TA7T @1100Hz 1242 04 Oct
DF4RD 21070.0 SV5DDR 1400Hz PSK31 with 9H3HG 1253 04 Oct
EA3AJW 18098.2 IZ4CZL PSK31 1506 04 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 CX5UR @1750Hz 1515 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 7X2BK @685Hz 1516 04 Oct
UT5FB 14070.0 UN8P0 @1900Hz 1706 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9K2QA @1500Hz 1821 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ES4BG @740Hz 1822 04 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 EA6/I1RSA @750Hz 1828 04 Oct

DS1CCU 21071.0 DS1CCU CQ USA BPSK31 0118 05 Oct
K3IXD 14070.0 FO5PS psk31 +1131 contest 0256 05 Oct
JI1ANI 14070.0 6J2ML psk 2150hz 0327 05 Oct
LX1TI 7036.0 US9QA psk contest 0446 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL3JT @1520Hz 0508 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ZL2AH @1670Hz 0511 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 KH6GMP @500Hz 0516 05 Oct
JM7OLW 21070.8 YS1CJA psk31 0519 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 VK2CZ @970Hz 0519 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 UA0SC @2640Hz 0531 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 LX1TI @1610Hz 0536 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 SV9/LA4XFA @2000Hz 0558 05 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 UO6P @1200Hz 0600 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 OH0JV @1000Hz 0625 05 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 HL4CYG @660Hz 0645 05 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 BV2WM @820Hz 0647 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H4CM @2660Hz 0649 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H3SG @1500Hz 0653 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 EA8HB @1070Hz 0720 05 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 Z36W @1500Hz 0806 05 Oct
DS1CCU 21070.9 EU7SA BPSK31 0813 05 Oct
G4YVV 21069.5 DU3NXE PSK TEST 0909 05 Oct
K4GMH 14071.5 YV5AAX BPSK31 ALDO 1109 05 Oct
DJ1PE 28120.0 ZS1AK BPSK 1125 05 Oct
GW4MVA 28120.0 UO6P TARA PSK TEST 1347 05 Oct
WA3L 14070.0 KP4SQ PSK31/IOTA NA-099 1420 05 Oct
PA3FQA 21073.2 UN8PO PSK31 1425 05 Oct
LZ2NP 28120.1 PT8DX BPSK31 Adonay Rio Branco 1431 05 Oct
SV1EFM 14070.0 SV1EFM TARA PSK 31 CONTEST 1438 05 Oct
4Z4DX 28120.0 9H3SG **PSK31**TARA 1516 05 Oct
UT5RP 28121.0 CX5ABM @1050Hz 1522 05 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 9H3SG @1630Hz 1524 05 Oct
K4GMH 28121.0 CN8LI BPSK31 1533 05 Oct
UT5FB 28121.0 ZS6DTS @1000Hz 1557 05 Oct
UT5FB 21070.0 PT8DX @1040Hz 1604 05 Oct
XE1YYD 28120.0 6J1YYD PSK-31 QSL MNGR EA5KB 1639 05 Oct
JI1ANI 10140.0 DH7WW psk31 1500hz cq 1729 05 Oct
K4GMH 21071.1 CN8LI BPSK31 1738 05 Oct
KE6FI 21072.3 V51GB PSK31 1920 05 Oct
OE1XLR 7035.0 OE1WEU *psk 31* 1050 Hz Contest 1928 05 Oct
EA3AJW 10140.0 TR8CA PSK31 just wrk 1950 05 Oct
N1NK 21070.0 CO8LY PSK31 1752 hz 2032 05 Oct
F5RRS 14070.0 YV5AAX BPSK31 1850Hz 2042 05 Oct
OE1XLR 3580.0 OE1WEU *psk 31* 2200 Hz - cq contest 2048 05 Oct
F5RRS 14070.0 ZS6GER BPSK31 1400Hz 2053 05 Oct
F5RRS 14070.0 V51JF BPSK31 2000Hz 2054 05 Oct
JR1KSK 28120.0 CX5ABM BPSK31 1500 2354 05 Oct

OK2LC 14070.0 LU9ED PSK31 0258 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 9H4CM @2083Hz 0658 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 SV9/LA4XFA @1000Hz 0706 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 HG10MV @1600Hz Spec. call QSL>HA3HK 0722 06 Oct
UT5RP 21071.0 HS0/IK4MRH @1340Hz 0724 06 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 TA2AP @1950Hz 0735 06 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 UA0FW @1780Hz QSO with HL9EN 0738 06 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 EU7SA @975Hz 0740 06 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 C98DC @1240Hz QSL > DL7AFS 0824 06 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 VU2TRI @870Hz 0826 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 LY2BIG @2350Hz 0829 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 I3FUE @1960Hz Automatic system!? 0830 06 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 EC8AUZ @1880Hz 0852 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0LFZ @1900Hz 0939 06 Oct
UT5RP 28120.0 FR5AB @2270Hz 0940 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 LY2XZ @1100Hz 0948 06 Oct
LZ2NP 28120.0 3B8IK BPSK31 1323 06 Oct
DJ1PE 21070.8 VK6YS BPSK 1353 06 Oct
LZ2NP 28119.1 PY2NJ BPSK31 RAFAEL Lencois Paulista1359 06 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 CX5ABM @1300Hz 1415 06 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 ZS6HK @1700Hz 1417 06 Oct
UT5FB 21070.0 ZS6AVP @1000Hz 1433 06 Oct
UT5RP 10140.0 DL6SX @1000Hz 1450 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 4K5D @500Hz 1451 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0GDM @2160Hz 1515 06 Oct
UT5FB 28120.0 EW6OO @1000Hz 1551 06 Oct
F5PBM 28120.1 CX5UR psk31 rx 1863 via EA5KB 1616 06 Oct
DJ6TK 28120.6 CA8STS Frank Punta Arenas/Chile 1740 06 Oct
4X1DA 14095.0 7X2BK BPSK31 1814 06 Oct
UT5RP 10140.0 F5RRS @1190Hz 1823 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ES7AM @1640Hz 1825 06 Oct
UT5RP 21070.0 ZV5OKT @1130Hz Special call 1837 06 Oct
UT5RP 14070.0 ES7FU @1130Hz 1844 06 Oct
G0PSE 14070.0 GB2IOM PSK VIA G0PSE IOTA EU-116 1916 06 Oct
F6ACC 7035.8 4Z5LR PSK31 Not easy in QRP!!! 2004 06 Oct

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.

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Notes of interest:

3XY- GUINEA. The DL7DF crew is happy to announce its next DXpedition
to Guinea using the callsign 3XY7C. Operations will take place
between October 30th (evening local time) and November 13th (noon
local time). They will have several stations on the air on all
bands from 160-6 meters on CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. They will
also make an attempt on SSTV. Their experienced crew includes
Tom/DJ6TF, Dirk/DJ7UC, Manfred/DK1BT, Wolf/DL4WK, Frank/DL7UFR,
Tom/DL7BO and Sigi/DL7DF. The equipment consists of 4 transceivers
(2 x IC735, 2 x IC706), 2xkW linears (maybe 3), a TH3 for 20/15/10
a A3WS (17/12), 2 Titanex V80E Lowband Verticals, a GP for 40/30,
another R5 Multiband GP as well as 5 laptop computers. The QSL
route is either direct or via the bureau to DL7DF. An on-line log
will be available and updated during their DXpedition. For more
details, check the 3XY7C website at: http://www.qsl.net/dl7df/3x
Their pilot station for this DXpedition is Bernd, DF3CB
E-Mail: bernd@... [TNX OPDX]

9V - SINGAPORE. Sasi, 9V1SM is QRV on 40 to 6 meters, using mainly
SSB. He may soon be active using PSK31 as well. QSL via W3HNK.
[TNX ARLD]

HI9 -DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Members of the Florida DXPedition Group
(FDXPG), Bill/W4WX (W4WX/HI9), Clarence/W9AAZ (W9AAZ/HI9), Cory/
N1WON (N1WON/HI9), and Bob/K9MDO (K9MDO/HI9) will be active from
here October 22-30th. They will be a Multi-Single entry in the CQWW
Contest. The callsign HI9X will be used during contest. Look for
them on all bands, including 6 meters, on CW, SSB, PSK-31, and RTTY
before and after the contest. QSL HI9X via W9AAZ and xxxx/HI9 to
their home callsign. Pilot station will be manned by Roger, K9RB
at: k9rb@... [TNX OPDX]

S0 - WESTERN SAHARA. Look for S07L to be QRV from Bir Lehlu beginning
October 9. The group will be here until October 13. Activity will
be on 40 to 10 meters using SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and some CW. Some
activity on 80 and 6 meters is possible. QSL via EA4URE.[TNX ARLD]

SV4 -GREECE. Gabi, HA3JB, will be active as SV4/HA3JB between October
11-19th. He will be operating on CW, RTTY, PSK31, and SSTV on the
following planned frequencies: PSK31 - 14070, 21070, and 28120;
RTTY - 14083, 21083, and 28083; SSTV - 14227, 21343, and 28683 kHz.
80 and 40 meter activity is also planned. QSL to home call.
[TNX OPDX]

XE - 6F1LM, the official station of the Federacion Mexicana de Radio
Experimentadores, will operate on digital modes (RTTY, PSK31,
MFSK, SSTV and Hell) during the weekends through the end of the
year. 6F1LM is the special call for the 70th anniversary of FMRE
(http://www.fmre.org.mx) [TNX 425DXN]

ZB2- Look for ZB2/DH3ZK to be active (on SSB, PSK31 and RTTY) from
Gibraltar on 7-21 October. [TNX 425DXN]

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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@...

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

or in the Turkish PSK31 Reflector, to subscribe to him send an empty
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For next week's bulletin send your bandpass and notes of interest to
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or via Packet Radio ---> UT5RP@...

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 via QRZ.COM


Re: 6m PSK, anyone?

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

What freq [for 6m PSK]?
50.290. I'll run up there around 0220. Maybe someone will answer!

PB


6m PSK, anyone?

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

Really nice E from NC, SC, FL, etc. Anyone want to try a PSK Q?

Peter, Memphis

Peter Baskind, J.D., LL.M.
Germantown, TN
Voice: (901) 624-5295
Fax: (901) 624-6060
pbaskind@...


Re: KH6 Scoring for rumble

Steve W3HF
 

Does KH6 count as DXCC for the rumble scoring?

Thanks
Steve
N3UYI
Yes. So does KL7. All DXCC entities count.

But KH6 and KL7 do NOT count as states within the US call
districts.

Steve
W3HF


Fw: cu0ako

DL2AYL@...
 

Hi All,

Got this from a ham from the Azores, maybe someone of you is interested in
this kind of stuff.

73's Erika/DL2AYL

----- Original Message -----
From: "Fabio Silva" <cu0ako@...>
To: <ve@...>; <tf3vg@...>; <lz1fw@...>;
<valerii@...>; <on5zo@...>; <interradio@...>;
<tf3ao@...>; <DL2AYL@...>; <dl1jms@...>;
<fred.tinner@...>; <OK1HKF@...>; <DL7PP@...>;
<tf3vb@...>; <konth@...>; <tsel@...>
Sent: Saturday, October 05, 2002 3:45 PM
Subject: cu0ako


Hi,
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about the program echolink, that is a program only for hamradio,
this program is very good and very easy to use, you can download
from the site: http://www.echolink.org/el/
If you have any question fill free to send me an email!
I hope that we can make a QSO on echolink soon!!!
73�s
CU0AKO
F�bio Silva





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Re: 10m E-skip

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

be there in a sec peter,
Jay
Looks like it dropped out, Jay. The only beacons I am hearing now are
clearly F2 -- the West Coast, HP, etc. In fact, just saw Bernie working
Cam, HP1AC. Both sides 599.

I did just see K4GMH in VA; that was probably Backscatter, though.

Fun while it lasted. Made a few 10m PSK Qs -- IL, OH, VA. A couple of new
6m grids.

Peter, AG4KI


10m E-skip

Peter Baskind <pbaskind@...>
 

Hey,

10m just opened up with some nice short-haul E. Working OH, SC, etc on 6m
phone right now. Odd in October.

Nice opportunity for some Rumble Qs?

Peter, AG4KI

Peter Baskind, J.D., LL.M.
Germantown, TN
Voice: (901) 624-5295
Fax: (901) 624-6060
pbaskind@...