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Net Archives 2022.

US 40 m (80/30 m) Net.

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The following graph and tables provide an overview of the variations in the level of activity for this net and give a general idea of the HF conditions met during the sessions.

QNI Graph.

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
40
13
7
9
11
41
13
10
11
7
54
10
13
8
12
11
34
12
9
9
4
- - - - - - - -
Total sessions: 33 Total participants: 169 Avg. part./session: 5.12

QNI Table.

Month Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5
JAN
40 m
AA7FV*
K6GVG
KQ4CW
K9TJL
W1SFR
80 m
AA7FV*
K9TJL
K6GVG
KB5RXL
W1SFR
KA5TJS
40 m
WA4FAT*
AA7FV
KA5TJS
K6GVG
W1SFR
80 m
AA7FV*
W1SFR
KA5TJS
K6GVG
40 m
KA5TJS*
AA7FV
K6GVG
KD0Q
KB5RXL
80 m
KA5TJS*
KD0Q
40 m
AA7FV*
K6GVG
KT5LA
K9TJL
KB5RXL
KA5TJS
80 m
AA7FV*
KT5LA
K6GVG
KA5TJS
K9TJL
KB5RXL
NI4E
/
FEB
40 m
AA7FV*
KQ4CW
K6GVG
KB5RXL
W1SFR
80 m
AA7FV*
K6GVG
40 m
AA7FV*
K6GVG
KQ4CW
KT5LA
KB5RXL
KA5TJS
80 m
AA7FV*
KQ4CW
KT5LA
KA5TJS
KD0Q
40 m
KA5TJS*
AA7FV
WA4FAT
K6GVG
W1SFR
KD0Q
KT5LA
80 m
KA5TJS*
WA4FAT
KD0Q
40 m
W1SFR*
AA7FV
K6GVG
KT5LA
KA5TJS
KB5RXL
WA4FAT
80 m
W1SFR*
AA7FV
WA4FAT
KA5TJS
KT5LA
KB5RXL
/
MAR
40 m
AA7FV*
KA5TJS
W1SFR
K6GVG
KB5RXL
WA4FAT
WB5JWI
80 m
AA7FV*
WA4FAT
KA5TJS
K6GVG
40 m
WA4FAT*
AA7FV
KA5TJS
K6GVG
WA3RSR/5
W1SFR
KD0Q
80 m
WA4FAT*
AA7FV
KA5TJS
KB5RXL
N0HOV
40 m
KA5TJS*
AA7FV
WA4FAT
KD4ZFS
WB4JWD
80 m
KA5TJS*
WA4FAT
AA7FV
40 m
W1SFR*
KQ4CW
KA5TJS
AA7FV
KB5RXL
WA4FAT
K6GVG
WA3RSR/5
80 m
W1SFR*
AA7FV
KA5TJS
WA4FAT
KQ4CW
40 m
WA4FAT*
KD4ZFS
AA7FV
KB5RXL
KA5TJS
K6GVG
W1SFR
80 m
WA4FAT*
KA5TJS
AA7FV
APR
40 m
AA7FV*
K6GVG
WA4FAT
KB5RXL
40 m
WA4FAT*
W1SFR
KA5TJS
AA7FV
KT5LA
K6GVG
80 m
WA4FAT*
AA7FV
KT5LA
40 m
KA5TJS*
WA4FAT
AA7FV
K6GVG
KT5LA
30 m
KA5TJS*
WA4FAT
AA7FV
KT5LA
40 m
W1SFR*
WA4FAT
KA5TJS
AA7FV
K6GVG
KT5LA
K3CRM
80 m
W1SFR*
WA4FAT
KA5TJS
K3CRM
AA7FV
/
MAY
No data No data No data No data
/
JUN
No data No data No data No data No data
JUL
7
14
21
28
/
AUG
4
11
18
25
/
SEP
1
8
15
22
29
OCT
6
13
20
27
/
NOV
3
10
17
24
/
DEC
1
8
15
22
29

Report Tables.

Thursday, January 6, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0125 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: Very poor conditions on 40m. Most of the net I was at 95 Watts, but right at the end of the session I went QRO in an attempt to get through better. I don't think it helped.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K6GVGKQ4CWK9TJLW1SFR
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamVery poor/469579599339

80 m: Friday, 0125 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: Thanks everyone, and have a great year 2022.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K9TJLK6GVGKB5RXLW1SFRKA5TJS
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamGood/599+20dB589579599

 

Thursday, January 13, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0125 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: NCS (for the beginning of the Net), I was forced to hand the Net over to our trusty steward, Darrel AA7FV...
DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*AA7FVKA5TJSK6GVGW1SFR
WA4FAT*TRX/[N. Utah WebSDR]QSB as the band lengthened/599[599]599579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam-599/579449/+10dB569
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VBand was long, QSB22943/579/54/79439

80 m: Friday, 0125 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

DeStationConditionsAA7FV*W1SFRKA5TJSK6GVG
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beam-/549589+20dB
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-589569/55/89

 

Thursday, January 20, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Real rough nite here. QSB was very bad. Thanks for the relays Darrel.
- De AA7FV: Very high background noise on 40m tonight, but the stations I could hear were armchair copy. I had to QRT early tonight for my local radio club monthly meeting, so didn't try 80m. Thanks, Allen, fora great NCS job under difficult band conditions.
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*AA7FVK6GVGKD0QKB5RXL
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VQSB was very bad/579579579-
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamVery high background noise579/+10dB/+20dB599599

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Only one tonight on 80. John had an outstanding signal.
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*KD0Q
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VOutstanding signal/599

 

Thursday, January 27, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: A great net, with the best conditions we've had for some time.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K6GVGKT5LAK9TJLKB5RXLKA5TJS
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beam-/+10dB589599599589
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wireVery good599589/58957943/549
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VPretty good57/99579439-329/

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De KT5LA: On 80 m, conditions very much favored the West Coast stations for me.
- De KA5TJS: Both band were pretty good here. Roy was better on 40. Good to hear Eric in there tonight. Mark is to close for 40 but good copy on 80 tonight.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*KT5LAK6GVGKA5TJSK9TJLKB5RXLNI4E
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beam-/589+10dB599599579579
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wire-599/599+----
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VPretty good599-459/599579589
NI4E100W/Doublet-569-429589599559/

 

Thursday, February 3, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: Conditions from Arizona were quite good this evening. Steve had the worst weather tonight (storm, snow, low temperatures and hoping the power stays up) but John had had sleet and his temperature was only 20 F, rather low for TX.
- De KA5TJS: I did not make it last night. To darn cold in the garage and takes to long to heat it up. Next week I hope.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*KQ4CWK6GVGKB5RXLW1SFR
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamQuite good/589+15dB+15dB459

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K6GVG
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beam-/+20dB

 

Thursday, February 10, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0135 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: Some of the best conditions for 40 + 80 meters that I can remember for the SSN.
- De KT5LA: That is what I would call a spectacular net! Conditions were outstanding on both 40 m and 80, Though I see from Steve's comment that it appears the West Coast got the best conditions. Those are the reports from my station directly. I was also listening on the Utah based SDR and everyone was 589 to 599. It was Roy that mentioned that he'd never heard condition so good on the sideswiper net, and I have to agree.
- De W1SFR: Guys, VERY heavy QRN on 7044 here. No way I could check in on this QRG tonight.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K6GVGKQ4CWKT5LAKB5RXLKA5TJS
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat net/+10dB599+599599589
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wireOutstanding599589579/559539

80 m: Friday, 0135 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

DeStationConditionsAA7FV*KQ4CWKT5LAKA5TJSKD0Q
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat net/569599599599
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wire/[N. Utah webSDR]Outstanding, almost as good589[569]/329, [599]329, [599]

 

Thursday, February 17, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0133 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Wow everybody heard everybody! Best net I have had in a while.
- De AA7FV: My radio club Zoom meeting started, so I didn't QSY to 80m tonight.
- De WA4FAT: Very quiet conditions on 40 with excellent signals from all. Wish it were like this always!
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*AA7FVWA4FATK6GVGW1SFRKD0QKT5LA
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VBest net I have had in a while/589599579549579439
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamSuperb589/599+10dB589589599
WA4FAT-Very quiet with excellent signals from all599599/58958959955/69

80 m: Friday, 0133 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: Another excellent SSN and a super job from KA5TJS running the show.. Stormy weather at my QTH. A tornado passed just 5 miles to our south and we received just under 2.5" of rain. This video was shot from my porch just 45 minutes prior to the Net!
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*WA4FATKD0Q
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VQSB was less on 80/599+10dB
WA4FAT--599/589

 

Thursday, February 24, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De W1SFR: I think I'm going to ask Bill to take me in as a boarder next time I an NCS. I don't think the Ham gods like cold weather. WX here has been nuts. 60 yesterday. 25 today. 9 tonight. Heavy snow tomorrow. Sheesh and Bill says it's 75 and flowers are out there! ! Thanks fellas for checking in and bearing with my not-so-great sigs from VT.
- De KT5LA: Well, it was a pretty good net except for the deliberate QRM. I had everybody at easy copy via the web SDR in half Moon Bay California. and almost everyone at home. The only station I had trouble with at the home QTH was W1SFR.
- De KA5TJS: 40 was best from ETX last night. QSB was fast and some QRM. Great job Steve, heard you on both bands but best on 40.
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*AA7FVK6GVGKT5LAKA5TJSKB5RXLWA4FAT
W1SFR*100W/OCF-/589559339559559599
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamGood589/+10dB599569599599
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wire/[webSDR]Deliberate QRM throughout net[22/559]599, [599]599, [599]/539, [589]569, [599]549, [599]
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VQSB was fast, some QRM55/79599559549/429+10dB
WA4FAT--589599599579599+599+/

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De KT5LA: I listened on 80 via the CA SDR, but conditions were much too noisy. So, sorry I could not stay.
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*AA7FVWA4FATKA5TJSKT5LAKB5RXL
W1SFR*100W/OCF-/539539559229-
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamBetter than 40m569/58958958958/99
WA4FAT--589599/599569589
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-56/79599599/--

 

Thursday, March 3, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7043.5 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: 7043.5 kHz  (QRM on 7044.0). Tonight I was alternating between the Twanger and Fat Boy sideswiper keys. WB5JWI: Great to hear Les on the net.  Sorry you had the QRM.
- De KA5TJS: The QSB was brutal last night. Most signals were good at one time or another HI HI.
- De WA4FAT: Terrific signals across the board tonight on 40 and Darrel's usual excellent stewardship of the Net!
- De WB5JWI: HEAVY QRM here. Lost everything, Darrel you were 599 until I lost all. Sorry.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*KA5TJSW1SFRK6GVGKB5RXLWA4FATWB5JWI
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamPerfect/589589+10dB599599589
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VQSB was brutal589/55/7922/59944/57955/9922/589
WA4FAT-Terrific signals599599569589459/599
WB5JWI-Heavy QRM599-----/

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: From Arizona, conditions were perfect tonight.  I wish it were always so good as this.
- De KA5TJS: Great signals and thanks for the QNN Darrel.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*WA4FATKA5TJSK6GVG
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamPerfect/589589+10dB
WA4FAT--589/599559
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VGreat signals599599/-

 

Thursday, March 10, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0100 - 0130 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: Would you look at those signals?! Now THAT'S what I call super conditions. An excellent 40 meter session. Here's hoping for a repeat next week!
- De AA7FV: I think this is the first time that ALL the stations in the net have been 599 with me! Great conditions.
- De KA5TJS: Outstanding conditions tonight. Everybody heard everybody!
DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*AA7FVKA5TJSK6GVGWA3RSR/5W1SFRKD0Q
WA4FAT*100W/DoubletSuper/599599+589599599599
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat599/599+10dB599599599
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VOutstanding+10dB599/57957955/89589

80 m: Friday, 0130 - 0155 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: Great to have Joe join us with his homebrew cootie -- he sounded like a pro! Stellar conditions on 80 as well tonight. I could get spoiled to this!
- De KA5TJS: Great to hear Ken and Joe tonight. Both good copy here in ETX.
DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*AA7FVKA5TJSKB5RXLN0HOV
WA4FAT*100W/DoubletStellar/599599+599579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam-579/589589569
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-+20dB599/589589

 

Thursday, March 17, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0035 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Very fast QSB last night with S8 QRN from storm front 80 miles west of me. Great to hear Jon and Hugh in here tonight.
- De AA7FV: Rhombic antenna on tx, optional 4-ft active vertical on receive.
- De WA4FAT: Very noisy band conditions tonight on both 40 and 80, but Allen did his usual excellent job as NCS, thanks! Great to have Hugh, WB4JWD, joining us from Tuscumbia (AL) on his cootie (sounded great).
- De KD4ZFS: I was glad to be able to re-join the net. I've been away too long. As usual, AA7FV was weak for me, but better than normal tonight. Welcome WB4JWD.
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*AA7FVWA4FATKD4ZFSWB4JWD
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VVery fast QSB, S8 QRN/589599599589
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamVery high QRN579/599579569
WA4FAT100W/DoubletVery noisy599589/599599
KD4ZFS100W/Folded dipoleNoisy with storms, mostly good599329+30dB/599

80 m: Friday, 0035 - 0055 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Signals were good on 80 but had S9+ QRN on that band, real rough copy. Thanks for hanging in there.
- De WA4FAT: Guessing the time change may have had something to do with tonight's participation (or perhaps everyone is watching March Madness - Go UAB Blazers!) - Looking for a bigger crowd next week!
- De AA7FV: Very high QRN on both bands, but much worse on 80m. On 40m my short active vertical reduced the QRN relative to signals somewhat, but it didn't help on 80m. (I don't understand why.)
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*WA4FATAA7FV
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VS9+ QRN/599589
WA4FAT100W/DoubletVery noisy599/569
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamVery high QRN469479/

 

Thursday, March 24, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0035 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Outstanding job Steve! I heard everyone last night on 40. Some better than others.
- De AA7FV: I just heard Ken WA3RSR/5 as I was shifting over to 80m.
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*KQ4CWKA5TJSAA7FVKB5RXLWA4FATK6GVGWA3RSR/5
W1SFR*100W/OCFGreat sigs/599579579579589-X
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-55/79599/579589599+549599
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat579589589/589599+10dB589
WA4FAT100W/Doublet-57/99599+599+599599/579599

80 m: Friday, 0035 - 0055 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: I had to leave early, sorry...
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*AA7FVKA5TJSWA4FATKQ4CW
W1SFR*100W/OCFNot so much/22937/569-599
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamMarginal219/559459559
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-559599/599579
WA4FAT100W/Doublet-449X599/X

 

Thursday, March 31, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0030 UTC, 7044 kHz.

DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*KD4ZFSAA7FVKB5RXLKA5TJSK6GVGW1SFR
WA4FAT*100W/Doublet/[N. Utah web SDR]Great net/599589599599449, [599]579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamExcellent589579/599579+10dB569
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VGreat599599579599/43/56932/559

80 m: Friday, 0030 - 0055 UTC, 3568 kHz.

DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*KA5TJSAA7FV
WA4FAT*100W/DoubletHorrendous noise/599229
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. VNoise on 80 was ruff!599/579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam80m barely usable229459/

 

Thursday, April 7, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0035 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De AA7FV: 0035 UTC 3568 kHz: Tried a few calls, but no responses heard this evening. Next time, I'll QSY to 30m instead of 80m.
- De KA5TJS: Unavailable.
DeStationConditionsAA7FV*K6GVGWA4FATKB5RXL
AA7FV*95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat net/+10dB589589

 

Thursday, April 14, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0035 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: K4IBZ Bill/Florida (Late check-in). A quality Net tonight despite the predicted coronal mass ejection. Thanks to all!
- De KT5LA: Well, nice to join you after a bit of an absence... Not great conditions here today, but from what I heard from K6GVG, I wasn't alone. All others nil... And I had a hard time getting to the K6KFS webSDR, so I gave up on that.
DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*W1SFRKA5TJSAA7FVKT5LAK6GVG
WA4FAT*100W/Doublet/[Web SDR]A quality Net/579599589439, [599]449
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamGreat589579589/589+10dB
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wireNot great12/439--599/599

80 m: Friday, 0035 - 0055 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De WA4FAT: And I apologize if there were any others ... just no copy here tonight.
DeStationConditionsWA4FAT*AA7FVKT5LA
WA4FAT*100W/Doublet-/449-
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beamWorse than marginal12/339/579
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wireNo others heard on 80-579/

 

Thursday, April 21, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0030 UTC, 7044.5 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Darrel relayed for CA. tonight. Conditions QSB and QRN. Had to move up as a POTA station was on our freq.
- De W1SFR: No sigs here tonight. We'll see what kind of luck I have next week.
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*WA4FATAA7FVK6GVGKT5LA
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. VQSB and QRN/599+569439-
WA4FAT100W/Doublet-599/589579579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam-579579/+10dB599

30 m: Friday, 0030 - 0055 UTC, 10121.5 kHz.

Notes:
- De KA5TJS: Was very surprised to hear Bill so strong on 30. Band must have been short tonight as we usually can't hear each other on that band. TNX and CU next week, Maybe!
- De WA4FAT: 30 Meters propagation was much better than we've had on 80 lately -- good choice!
- De AA7FV: 30m was a great relief tonight, after recent experiences with 80m.
DeStationConditionsKA5TJS*WA4FATAA7FVKT5LA
KA5TJS*70W/80m inv. V-/599+579339
WA4FAT100W/Doublet-599/599579
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam-579599/599

 

Thursday, April 28, 2022.

40 m: Friday, 0000 - 0030 UTC, 7044 kHz.

Notes:
- De W1SFR: Well, 40 was pretty messy and I've been getting some pretty heavy QRN. Nice to hear Cliff on the air tonight!
- De K6GVG: Zip/nada/nil for anything east of AZ.
- De KT5LA: We had a great wall keeping RF out of the US west coast this evening...unless you have a good rhombic! I could barely make out any other signals listening on the KFS web SDR.
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*WA4FATKA5TJSAA7FVK6GVGKT5LAK3CRM
W1SFR*100W/OCFPretty messy, some pretty heavy QRN/54953933/449--599
WA4FAT100W/DoubletRather poor569/599569--589
KA5TJS70W/80m inv. V-55/69+10dB/569--559
AA7FV95W/Rhombic wire beam-459579569/+10dB599459
K6GVG-Great for West Coast-119-599+/599+-
KT5LA100W/84 ft end fed wire----599599/-

80 m: Friday, 0030 - 0055 UTC, 3568 kHz.

Notes:
- De W1SFR: Again a good conversation with Cliff as no other signals heard. Yep, time to go back up to 30m. 80 was very quiet indeed.
- De WA4FAT: 80 Meters was a bust as NCS couldn't hear us. I think it may be time to retire 80 meters until the fall :-)
- De KA5TJS: On 80 I heard Bill but Steve was down in the noise and did not copy me that I could tell.
- De AA7FV: Nothing heard, not even any RST 119 signal.  I even tried a CQ SSN, but nothing.
- De K6GVG: Now I know why I didn't hear a thing on 30 m., seems the net moved to 80 m. Unfortunately, 80 m will generally be out for any decent Midwest or East Coast QSOs for the remainder of the summer. And so really agree that 40 and 30 m will be the bands of choice for at least the next few months.
- De KT5LA: On 3568, I heard AA7FV at 229 on the SDR and nil at home, so I did not try there.
DeStationConditionsW1SFR*WA4FATKA5TJSK3CRMAA7FV
W1SFR*100W/OCFNo other signals heard/--599-
WA4FAT100W/Doublet80m was a bust449/599579-
KT5LA[KFS web SDR]-----[229]

 

Thursday, May 5, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, May 12, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, May 19, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, May 26, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, June 2, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, June 9, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, June 16, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, June 23, 2022.

No data, QRX please.

 

Thursday, June 30, 2022.

No data, QRX please.