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Re: Endorsement

Jim K5SP
 

SP4LVK is member number 2525, Zbig.

Jim K5SP

On 3/3/2019 9:24 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:

 

SP4LVK  has been rejected for lack of PODXS 070 membership number.  Sorry, but each station applying for endorsements must has an 070 membership number.

 

 

Jerry  N9AVY

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director


Endorsement

Jerry N9AVY
 

 

SP4LVK  has been rejected for lack of PODXS 070 membership number.  Sorry, but each station applying for endorsements must has an 070 membership number.

 

 

Jerry  N9AVY

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Technical Advancements That Have Killed Amateur Radio

John Kirby
 

by making it too easy

73 73
N3AAZ


Re: [070ClubContests] Valentine Sprint Results

Matthew King - AK4MK <kk4cps@...>
 

The RC3 Standings have been updated to reflect the latest contest's points.

Check it out here: RC3 LEADERBOARD

73

Matt King
AK4MK - 070 #1708
PODXS 070 Club Executive Director


On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 8:12 PM Rick - N7WE <n7we1980@...> wrote:
Scoring is closed and the results for the 2019 Valentine Sprint are in.  For the first time ever, we have a tie for TOP DAWG!  N5SLY - Lee and KE4JB - John had identical total scores of 576. 

We have Co-Top Dawgs and both will receive a Rollo Dog Tag.

N5SLY - Lee from Sherman, TX took 1st place in OM - Medium Power with 34 Qs, 36 Q Points, 16 Multipliers, and a total score of 576.
KE4JB - John from Cherry Valley, NY took 1st place in OM - High Power with 31 Qs, 32 Q Points, 18 Multipliers, and a total score of 576.

Other Category winners were:
1st in YL - Medium Power - KE8JNU - Danielle from Xenia, OH with 23 Qs, 22 Q Points, 14 multipliers, and a total score of 308.  (Danielle is 10 years old and holds an Extra Class license!)
1st in OM - Low Power - K5SP - Jim from Gainesville, TX with 19 Qs, 20 Q Points, 12 Multipliers, and a total score of 240.
1st in OM - QRP - N7WE - Rick from Leesburg, FL with 19 Qs, 21 Q Points, 9 Multipliers, and a total score of 189.

Congratulations to our winners and thanks to all who entered! 

Our next contest is the St. Patrick's Day Contest - 24 hours beginning at 0000 UTC on March 16th.  Special Bonus Points.  Check out the details by CLICKING HERE.


Re: 30-meters

Peter, NN9K #2629
 

No special event, just thought it would be a nice way to spend some time on a Saturday afternoon. Grid is EN41tl..........

On 2/28/2019 9:41 AM, VA7GEM -1470 via Groups.Io wrote:
On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 01:41 PM, Peter, NN9K #2629 wrote:
On Saturday, March 2nd, I will be operating on 30-meters from 20:00UTC until 23:00UTC in the vicinity of 10.140-10.142. Should be easy to find me since there is so little activity on 30-meters.

I will also be watching the "Chat" area on the 070club@groups.io.

Please note--I am not a rag chewer so I'll just exchange the pertinent information and move on.

LoTW confirmations only please.

Hope to see you and Saturday
Peter
Is this a special event?
What grid will you be operating from?
TU
Barry
--
Peter, NN9K

Goals are dreams with due dates.

"The Truth Is Out There"


Re: 30-meters

VA7GEM -1470 <boat.anchor@...>
 

On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 01:41 PM, Peter, NN9K #2629 wrote:
On Saturday, March 2nd, I will be operating on 30-meters from 20:00UTC until 23:00UTC in the vicinity of 10.140-10.142. Should be easy to find me since there is so little activity on 30-meters.

I will also be watching the "Chat" area on the 070club@groups.io.

Please note--I am not a rag chewer so I'll just exchange the pertinent information and move on.

LoTW confirmations only please.

Hope to see you and Saturday
Peter
Is this a special event?
What grid will you be operating from?
TU
Barry


next EA PSK63 CONTEST 2019

EB4Z
 

Hi dear Friend:

I’m Joaquín, EA4ZB, Contest Manager of EAPSK63, #405 070 Club. it's a pleasure for me to invite you to join the EAPSK63 contest 2019 which is to be held on 9th and 10th March. Is an opportunity to meet old friends again and enjoy a fun weekend, working on psk63

Sponsored: by Unión de Radioaficionados Españoles (URE). The manager of the contest is EA4ZB.

Participants: Any licensed amateur station.

Date: 2nd full weekend of March, from 16:00 UTC Saturday till 16:00 UTC Sunday (March 9-10, 2019).

Mode: BPSK63.

Bands: 10, 15, 20, 40 and 80 meters, according to IARU Region 1 band plan.

Log sending instructions: The log-file is to be submitted in Cabrillo-format via https://concursos.ure.es/en/logs/
The receipt of the log will be automatically confirmed by an email with a message of possible errors in the log.

PowerThe power allowed in this contest, is up to 50 W. The use of higher powers, will be the subject of investigation by the organization, and may be cause for disqualification.

Complete official rules here: https://concursos.ure.es/en/eapsk63/

You can submit your participation in this contest at 
https://concursos.ure.es/en/anuncio-de-participacion/

Hope to see you. Good luck:

73 de Joaquín EA4ZB

#405 070 Club


Re: 30-meters

Charles Odom, KI4VMK # 2542
 

I'll try to be there, 30 meters is a good band. 
--
Charles, KI4VMK 
#2542 


Re: KC3EF March Trip which is now April

Richard Rohrer
 

No problem, Matt. I had planned on posting to the group as I hit different grids.  I will post the grids I plan on being in the night before and give updates from the road.  I have not had any problems so far with cell coverage to post e-mails.  That seems to be more of a problem in the West. 

73
Dick - KC3EF


30-meters

Peter, NN9K #2629
 

On Saturday, March 2nd, I will be operating on 30-meters from 20:00UTC until 23:00UTC in the vicinity of 10.140-10.142. Should be easy to find me since there is so little activity on 30-meters.

I will also be watching the "Chat" area on the 070club@groups.io.

Please note--I am not a rag chewer so I'll just exchange the pertinent information and move on.

LoTW confirmations only please.

Hope to see you and Saturday


Re: KC3EF March Trip which is now April

Peter, NN9K #2629
 

Better yet how about utilizing the "Chats" area of 070club@groups.io. Windows users could open a virtual window and access the "Chats" area on it. Easy to move back and forth between the logging program and "Chats".

Just a thought..................


Re: KC3EF March Trip which is now April

Matthew King - AK4MK <kk4cps@...>
 

Hey, Dick - while I sure don't have anything against you texting people as you enter their requested grids, I would appreciate it (if you don't mind) if you could post it to the group here as well.

There are several people (myself included) who are not sending you specific grids to watch for, but will jump on the bands if/when we see you entering various places. 

The groups.io group is MUCH better about sending out a timely message as compared to the old yahoo group, so it should reach people in time to be useful.

Just a request - good luck on the trip!

73

Matt King
AK4MK - 070 #1708
PODXS 070 Club Executive Director


On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 11:53 AM Richard Rohrer <kc3ef@...> wrote:
If anyone needing a specific grid will send me their phone number to my personal e-mail KC3EF at arrl.net.  I will message them when I am approaching the grid.  This may be faster than e-mailing the group.  
--
Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747


Re: KC3EF March Trip which is now April

Richard Rohrer
 

If anyone needing a specific grid will send me their phone number to my personal e-mail KC3EF at arrl.net.  I will message them when I am approaching the grid.  This may be faster than e-mailing the group.  
--
Dick - KC3EF
070 - 747


Re: 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend - March 16th & 17th 2019

Karl Heinz Kremer - K5KHK - PODXS 070 # 2645
 

I am looking forward to that weekend. Hopefully I will have some time to operators. I’ve been checking 30m on a regular basis, but have not yet seen a single PSK31 signal there. Maybe I am not looking in the right spot: Fldigi comes up with a default of 10,138MHz - looking through PSKSpotter, I found that most signals are actually a couple Khz higher, so I've been checking from 10,138 to 10,145, but again with no luck so far. That’s why I am glad that a formal operating event is scheduled for 30m - I might finally find a signal :) 

Karl Heinz - K5KHK


Yagi vs vertical

Jerry N9AVY
 

 

I All !

 

Never gave it a lot of thought, but there is a bit of difference between the two.  Was on 40m a bit ago and decided to drop to 20m while still on vertical.  20m seemed dead until I switched over to the yagi at 40 ft. and “voila !” about 4 stations popped out of the noise.   BTW the vertical is ground mounted if that make a difference and the vertical is resonant on 20m as well as other band.

 

Guess there is a difference, huh ?

 

 

Jerry  n9avy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend - March 16th & 17th 2019

declan lennon
 

Lovebtobtake part but will be in togo with 7q7ei

Declan EI9HQ 


On Sun, 24 Feb 2019 at 14:03, Don_KB9UMT via Groups.Io
<dhobson123@...> wrote:

*** Hope some of the 070 members can get active on 30 meter PSK this weekend.....great way to meet other members, keep PSK alive and also for 070 WARC/30 endorsement

30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend

When:  March 16th and 17th 2019
Where: 10 MHz - 30 Meter Band (10.100 – 10.150)
Objective: To promote experimenting and using different digital modes on the unique 30 Meter Band  
 
Please join in if you have time this weekend.  Those of you who want to participate using the more common modes of CW, FT8, BPSK31, RTTY, we welcome that, but those wanting to try other less used modes please do so and turn your RSID/TXID on to help others know what mode you are transmitting (common modes i.e. BPSK31/RTTY no need for RSID, do use RSID on the less common/exotic modes i.e. QBSK/HELL/MSK/DOMINOEX/THOR/THROB/CONTESTIA/OLIVIA/etc.).  
 
A number of digital mode groups will be participating this weekend so if you have wanted to try out a new digital mode or make some contacts using less common digital modes this weekend might be of interest to you.  There are a number of multi-mode digital software programs so this is also a chance to get on the 30 Meter Band to try them out.  Most of them have RSID/TXID (Reed Solomon Identifier- automatic mode detection and tuning which will help or aid for the less commonly used digital modes so turn on the RSID/TXID).  
 
This event is NOT a contest…no set times…no rules…no exchanges…no logs to send in or to anyone....no winners other than those that participate with casual use of the 30 Meter Band knowing that others with like interests will be on this weekend to experiment, ragchew, DX and have some fun trying different digital modes!

Where on the 30 Meter Band to find different digital mode activity:
(Note: these are suggested only and observations of known digital mode activity....all dial frequencies are USB for digital modes.....below " **** " indicates for the more active or used frequencies/modes)
 
10.100 - 10.130 CW   ****

10.130 -  FT8Call
10.132 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 2

10.132 - 10.134  ROS Region 1 (Region 2 - note not legal in USA)

10.135 - OPERA

10.136 - FT8 (WSJT)  ****

10.138 - JT65 JT9 (WSJT)
10.1386 - MEPT/WSPR
10.138 - 10.140 - JT65 (WSJT)
10.1405 - PROPNET & PropNet Robots (BPSK31)
10.140 - 10.141 BPSK31 QRP
10.140 - 10.142  BPSK31 - DX Region 1,2,3 (or BPSK/QPSK,31,63,125,etc.)  ****

10.142 -  10.144  RTTY 
10.142 - 10.145  RTTY,MFSK,THOR,THROB,DOMINO,OLIVIA,CONTESTIA, SIM31,etc. -
note:Turn on TXID/RXID
10.144 - FeldHELL (10.137 - 10.144)
10.144 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 1
10.142 - 10.144 - ALE-400hz
10.145 - 10.148 - ALE-2khz
10.147 – 10.148 PSKMail/APRS
10.1491 - 10.1495 APRS

For a more detailed 30 Meter Band Utilization Chart our digital friend Ian G3NRW has helped us on that so please go here:  http://g3nrw.net/30m/

 
Operating hints for the weekend:
-   Do use RSID (RXID/TXID) for the less common/exotic modes (i.e. Contestia,Olivia,Domino,etc)
-   Do CQ with RSID for more than just a few of CQ’s, don’t expect to have someone to reply on a less common used mode the first few CQ’s…give it a while for others to find you and the mode being used
-   Do use good operating habits – clean signal, lowest wattage to complete the QSO, QRL in common mode first, if band is busy or crowded spread out or use narrower width modes (i.e. if band is busy don’t use OLIVIA 8/500 in the middle of the 30 Meter PSK 10.141 portion of the Band-not good operating habit if the band is busy and you will not make many friends)

-   Do not let not having a dedicated 30 meter antenna stop you from joining in....load up what antenna you do have and give it a go on 30 meters.
-   Do have fun and compare modes, wattage, antennas, etc with other operators that are interested to do the same..most the 30 Meter Digital Operators are not Call,599,73 most want a QSO (even DX) but also keep in mind that for poor band conditions or weak signal work WSJT modes of FT8 (JT65/9) is hard to beat!
-   Do use http://www.HamSpots.net for spotting, announcements of mode, etc. 

****Please note we are secondary users of the 30 Meter Band and to use good operating procedures
http://www.30mdg.org/tips.html


Have fun and hope to see you on the waterfall!

Thanks from the 30 Meter Digital Group (30MDG) celebrating over 10 years and 10,000 members on the 10mhz 30 Meter Band! 

Don kb9umt 30MDG#00001
http://www.30mdg.org/
https://groups.io/g/30MDG


Re: 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend - March 16th & 17th 2019

Rick - N7WE
 

My bad Don.  I read your post and just jumped on.  Didn't pay attention to the dates!  But I marked my calendar and will be there on the 16/17 if I can.  It's too bad there isn't more PSK31 on 30m.  It is a great band with generally good prop.  Stays open here in FL long after sundown...maybe all night.  I don't know - I go to sleep earlier these days.  You'd think with the Tri-WARC and then the 30/30m endorsements we would see more people on.  Guess it is just one of those "best kept secrets!"  Hope to work you in the 30m MM Weekend!
--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


30 Meter Multimode Weekend

Jim K5SP
 

Forwarding this per request of Don, KB9UMT

*** Hope some of the 070 members can get active on 30 meter PSK this weekend.....great way to meet other members, keep PSK alive and also for 070 WARC/30 endorsement

30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend

When:  March 16th and 17th 2019
Where: 10 MHz - 30 Meter Band (10.100 – 10.150)
Objective: To promote experimenting and using different digital modes on the unique 30 Meter Band  
 
Please join in if you have time this weekend.  Those of you who want to participate using the more common modes of CW, FT8, BPSK31, RTTY, we welcome that, but those wanting to try other less used modes please do so and turn your RSID/TXID on to help others know what mode you are transmitting (common modes i.e. BPSK31/RTTY no need for RSID, do use RSID on the less common/exotic modes i.e. QBSK/HELL/MSK/DOMINOEX/THOR/THROB/CONTESTIA/OLIVIA/etc.).  
 
A number of digital mode groups will be participating this weekend so if you have wanted to try out a new digital mode or make some contacts using less common digital modes this weekend might be of interest to you.  There are a number of multi-mode digital software programs so this is also a chance to get on the 30 Meter Band to try them out.  Most of them have RSID/TXID (Reed Solomon Identifier- automatic mode detection and tuning which will help or aid for the less commonly used digital modes so turn on the RSID/TXID).  
 
This event is NOT a contest…no set times…no rules…no exchanges…no logs to send in or to anyone...no winners other than those that participate with casual use of the 30 Meter Band knowing that others with like interests will be on this weekend to experiment, ragchew, DX and have some fun trying different digital modes!

Where on the 30 Meter Band to find different digital mode activity:
(Note: these are suggested only and observations of known digital mode activity....all dial frequencies are USB for digital modes.....below " **** " indicates for the more active or used frequencies/modes)
 
10.100 - 10.130 CW   ****

10.130 -  FT8Call
10.132 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 2

10.132 - 10.134  ROS Region 1 (Region 2 - note not legal in USA)

10.135 - OPERA

10.136 - FT8 (WSJT)  ****

10.138 - JT65 JT9 (WSJT)
10.1386 - MEPT/WSPR
10.138 - 10.140 - JT65 (WSJT)
10.1405 - PROPNET & PropNet Robots (BPSK31)
10.140 - 10.141 BPSK31 QRP
10.140 - 10.142  BPSK31 - DX Region 1,2,3 (or BPSK/QPSK,31,63,125,etc.)  ****

10.142 -  10.144  RTTY 
10.142 - 10.145  RTTY,MFSK,THOR,THROB,DOMINO,OLIVIA,CONTESTIA, SIM31,etc. -
note:Turn on TXID/RXID
10.144 - FeldHELL (10.137 - 10.144)
10.144 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 1
10.142 - 10.144 - ALE-400hz
10.145 - 10.148 - ALE-2khz
10.147 – 10.148 PSKMail/APRS
10.1491 - 10.1495 APRS

For a more detailed 30 Meter Band Utilization Chart our digital friend Ian G3NRW has helped us on that so please go here:  http://g3nrw.net/30m/

 
Operating hints for the weekend:
-   Do use RSID (RXID/TXID) for the less common/exotic modes (i.e. Contestia,Olivia,Domino,etc)
-   Do CQ with RSID for more than just a few of CQ’s, don’t expect to have someone to reply on a less common used mode the first few CQ’s…give it a while for others to find you and the mode being used
-   Do use good operating habits – clean signal, lowest wattage to complete the QSO, QRL in common mode first, if band is busy or crowded spread out or use narrower width modes (i.e. if band is busy don’t use OLIVIA 8/500 in the middle of the 30 Meter PSK 10.141 portion of the Band-not good operating habit if the band is busy and you will not make many friends)

-   Do not let not having a dedicated 30 meter antenna stop you from joining in....load up what antenna you do have and give it a go on 30 meters.
-   Do have fun and compare modes, wattage, antennas, etc with other operators that are interested to do the same..most the 30 Meter Digital Operators are not Call,599,73 most want a QSO (even DX) but also keep in mind that for poor band conditions or weak signal work WSJT modes of FT8 (JT65/9) is hard to beat!
-   Do use http://www.HamSpots.net for spotting, announcements of mode, etc. 

****Please note we are secondary users of the 30 Meter Band and to use good operating procedures
http://www.30mdg.org/tips.html


Have fun and hope to see you on the waterfall!

Thanks from the 30 Meter Digital Group (30MDG) celebrating over 10 years and 10,000 members on the 10mhz 30 Meter Band! 

Don kb9umt 30MDG#00001
http://www.30mdg.org/
https://groups.io/g/30MDG

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director


Re: 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend - March 16th & 17th 2019

Jim K5SP
 

Don, will post this in the 070 club group. 

Jim, K5SP
070 Membership Director

On 2/24/2019 8:03 AM, Don_KB9UMT via Groups.Io wrote:

*** Hope some of the 070 members can get active on 30 meter PSK this weekend.....great way to meet other members, keep PSK alive and also for 070 WARC/30 endorsement

30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend

When:  March 16th and 17th 2019
Where: 10 MHz - 30 Meter Band (10.100 – 10.150)
Objective: To promote experimenting and using different digital modes on the unique 30 Meter Band  
 
Please join in if you have time this weekend.  Those of you who want to participate using the more common modes of CW, FT8, BPSK31, RTTY, we welcome that, but those wanting to try other less used modes please do so and turn your RSID/TXID on to help others know what mode you are transmitting (common modes i.e. BPSK31/RTTY no need for RSID, do use RSID on the less common/exotic modes i.e. QBSK/HELL/MSK/DOMINOEX/THOR/THROB/CONTESTIA/OLIVIA/etc.).  
 
A number of digital mode groups will be participating this weekend so if you have wanted to try out a new digital mode or make some contacts using less common digital modes this weekend might be of interest to you.  There are a number of multi-mode digital software programs so this is also a chance to get on the 30 Meter Band to try them out.  Most of them have RSID/TXID (Reed Solomon Identifier- automatic mode detection and tuning which will help or aid for the less commonly used digital modes so turn on the RSID/TXID).  
 
This event is NOT a contest…no set times…no rules…no exchanges…no logs to send in or to anyone...no winners other than those that participate with casual use of the 30 Meter Band knowing that others with like interests will be on this weekend to experiment, ragchew, DX and have some fun trying different digital modes!

Where on the 30 Meter Band to find different digital mode activity:
(Note: these are suggested only and observations of known digital mode activity....all dial frequencies are USB for digital modes.....below " **** " indicates for the more active or used frequencies/modes)
 
10.100 - 10.130 CW   ****

10.130 -  FT8Call
10.132 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 2

10.132 - 10.134  ROS Region 1 (Region 2 - note not legal in USA)

10.135 - OPERA

10.136 - FT8 (WSJT)  ****

10.138 - JT65 JT9 (WSJT)
10.1386 - MEPT/WSPR
10.138 - 10.140 - JT65 (WSJT)
10.1405 - PROPNET & PropNet Robots (BPSK31)
10.140 - 10.141 BPSK31 QRP
10.140 - 10.142  BPSK31 - DX Region 1,2,3 (or BPSK/QPSK,31,63,125,etc.)  ****

10.142 -  10.144  RTTY 
10.142 - 10.145  RTTY,MFSK,THOR,THROB,DOMINO,OLIVIA,CONTESTIA, SIM31,etc. -
note:Turn on TXID/RXID
10.144 - FeldHELL (10.137 - 10.144)
10.144 - SSTV-Narrow (MP73-N) Region 1
10.142 - 10.144 - ALE-400hz
10.145 - 10.148 - ALE-2khz
10.147 – 10.148 PSKMail/APRS
10.1491 - 10.1495 APRS

For a more detailed 30 Meter Band Utilization Chart our digital friend Ian G3NRW has helped us on that so please go here:  http://g3nrw.net/30m/

 
Operating hints for the weekend:
-   Do use RSID (RXID/TXID) for the less common/exotic modes (i.e. Contestia,Olivia,Domino,etc)
-   Do CQ with RSID for more than just a few of CQ’s, don’t expect to have someone to reply on a less common used mode the first few CQ’s…give it a while for others to find you and the mode being used
-   Do use good operating habits – clean signal, lowest wattage to complete the QSO, QRL in common mode first, if band is busy or crowded spread out or use narrower width modes (i.e. if band is busy don’t use OLIVIA 8/500 in the middle of the 30 Meter PSK 10.141 portion of the Band-not good operating habit if the band is busy and you will not make many friends)

-   Do not let not having a dedicated 30 meter antenna stop you from joining in....load up what antenna you do have and give it a go on 30 meters.
-   Do have fun and compare modes, wattage, antennas, etc with other operators that are interested to do the same..most the 30 Meter Digital Operators are not Call,599,73 most want a QSO (even DX) but also keep in mind that for poor band conditions or weak signal work WSJT modes of FT8 (JT65/9) is hard to beat!
-   Do use http://www.HamSpots.net for spotting, announcements of mode, etc. 

****Please note we are secondary users of the 30 Meter Band and to use good operating procedures
http://www.30mdg.org/tips.html


Have fun and hope to see you on the waterfall!

Thanks from the 30 Meter Digital Group (30MDG) celebrating over 10 years and 10,000 members on the 10mhz 30 Meter Band! 

Don kb9umt 30MDG#00001
http://www.30mdg.org/
https://groups.io/g/30MDG

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director


Re: 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend - March 16th & 17th 2019

Don_KB9UMT
 

Hi Rick,

Glad to see someone using PSK giving it a go on 30 meters today.  I use to be able to make a 30 meter PSK contact with only 1 or 2 CQs but since FT8 has come along there is little to no PSK activity on 30 meters which is too bad as I like to use PSK and ragchew using PSK.....might take me now 20 to 40 minutes of PSK CQing on 30 meters to drum up a PSK QSO/contact. 

Anyway just so you know that this 30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend is the weekend of March 16th and 17th so coming up next month and hope to see some PSK activity that weekend on 30 meters...would be great to see.

Thanks 
Don KB9UMT 

30 Meter Multi Mode Weekend
When:  March 16th and 17th 2019
Where: 10 MHz - 30 Meter Band (10.100 – 10.150)
Objective: To promote experimenting and using different digital modes on the unique 30 Meter Band  

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