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Author Topic: Forfeiting amatuer radio license  (Read 83026 times)
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« Reply #90 on: September 29, 2017, 05:43:00 PM »

W3HF,

Are you still on 20 meters PSK-31? Usually on Saturdays, I'll watch the band. Maybe
we'll connect tomorrow? Eh?

I had a long wire seven-quarter wave lengths long for 40 meters but shortened it
to one-quarter wavelength 160 meters. That didn't work well and up went the 500+
feet long horizontal loop for 160 meters.

Current antennas are:

delta loop 20 meters, magnetic loop 30 meters and the above mentioned loop.

This evening, I sat at the radio, listened and just got up and climbed in bed. Just
plain didn't want to get on the air. Up at five a.m. during the week. Plain tired.

Maybe tomorrow evening.

Kraus

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« Reply #91 on: September 30, 2017, 07:30:40 PM »

Kraus -

I haven't been on the air during the past week. Too much time at work, too much to do at home, and we just spent the past day and a half at my parents' house.

Tomorrow's pretty busy too--church in the morning, chores in the afternoon (since I wasn't home today to get anything done), and then our small group coming to the house tomorrow night. Maybe I can get on around 0000z, but 20m has been closed by then recently.

Steve
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