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3B7C on 160m - band reports in chart...

12. září 2007 v 11:00 | Petr, OK1RP |  Band reports
Hello,
for all who is interested in the 3B7C signal strenght I am prepared the band reports in small charts for last two days...
Location: jo60xj
Rig: K2 (no preamp)
Antennas: Super loaded Inv. V 2x39m apex 7m, W2PM mini diamond w/preamp W7IUV, G=18dB
Date: 10Sep07, 11Sep07
Maybe it can help to some of You in EU to find right time to catch them on 160m band.
73, Petr OK1RP
 

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1 Petr, OK1RP Petr, OK1RP | 12. září 2007 v 11:20 | Reagovat

Hi,

some of You asked me by email why the chart reports starting after 17Z instead of 16Z.

The reply is simple -> no cpy before 17Z in my QTH...

73, Petr OK1RP

2 Petr, OK1RP Petr, OK1RP | 15. září 2007 v 10:38 | Reagovat

Latest information from 3B7C team available on www.3b7c.com:

160m:

We are looking for zone 3 beginning 1300z when band noise begins to increase as darkness approaches the island. Usually a few VKs and KH6s are worked and we can check out some fishing buoy signals. We are calling CQ NA continuously on 1821.27 kHz, listening +6 with an operator on duty from 1300z (or slightly later). At 1430z we will start listening down 7, and some sleepy JAs will start to call us. On Sep 12-13 GMT 80m and 160m conditions were very poor from 1300z on.

73, Petr OK1RP

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