What happened to the band?


spdomingue@...
 

Well at 1930Z there was a pile up working XR0X San Felpi Island SA-013 he was working the US and Europe on 15 meters .

I have also removed the diodes from the antenna here so maybe thats why I got thru. HI HI

SteveD
N6YIH/7


N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 3/24/2002 2:04:11 PM Eastern Standard Time, kf4fhs@... writes:


Maybe Jay has came up with a 10-15 and 20 meter endorsment :-)


   ho ho bernie, u b 1 funny dood!  jay.


chris hill <joanandchris@...>
 

Has anyone noticed how dead the bands are today?  I copied one signal on 17M(a rarity).  10, 15 and 20 were devoid of anything. I thought I may have switched in some attenuation or some other  such dumb trick.  Perhaps it signals the demise of the current sunspot cycle.
                                       Chris Hill  KG8JF


Richard B Drake
 

Solar flux is 170, not too bad, A index a little high at 10 but the bands sound pretty normal here, lots of spots coming through on the cluster and just worked VP6DI on 17 CW. It's been pretty windy for a couple of days, sure your antenna is still up? :-)
 
73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
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Subject: [070] What happened to the band?

Has anyone noticed how dead the bands are today?  I copied one signal on 17M(a rarity).  10, 15 and 20 were devoid of anything. I thought I may have switched in some attenuation or some other  such dumb trick.  Perhaps it signals the demise of the current sunspot cycle.
                                       Chris Hill  KG8JF



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Bernie <kf4fhs@...>
 

Maybe Jay has came up with a 10-15 and 20 meter endorsment :-)
 
10 and 15 are dead on the westcaost, but 20 is full.
 
  73, Bernie / KF4FHS
  Yelm, WA
 

----- Original Message -----
From: chris hill
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Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 10:53 AM
Subject: [070] What happened to the band?

Has anyone noticed how dead the bands are today?  I copied one signal on 17M(a rarity).  10, 15 and 20 were devoid of anything. I thought I may have switched in some attenuation or some other  such dumb trick.  Perhaps it signals the demise of the current sunspot cycle.
                                       Chris Hill  KG8JF



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Bob <VE4XA@...>
 

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Costas Krallis SV1XV <sv1xv@...>
 

At 13:53 24/3/2002 -0500, you wrote:

Has anyone noticed how dead the bands are today? I copied one
signal on 17M(a rarity). 10, 15 and 20 were devoid of anything.
Solar flux was only 170 and K was around 4, so you wouldn't expect
anything better! Still, I had an SSB QSO with PY5CC on 50120 kHz!!

73 Costas SV1XV



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