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Author Topic: LoTW / QSL Received  (Read 540368 times)
VE3VEE
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« Reply #810 on: February 08, 2017, 01:03:34 AM »

EF6T, E51DWC, 9ACW and LX7I via LOTW, for new ones on 160m.

Gets me to 102 confirmed, 87 LOTW. Gotta make a trip to the card checker soon to get credit for the other 15.


Tom, congrats to your 102 confirmed on 160m!!!

Marvin VE3VEE
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« Reply #811 on: February 08, 2017, 04:19:32 AM »

EY8MM on lotw. And the DXCC desk finally approved my CW DXCC.
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« Reply #812 on: February 08, 2017, 06:06:29 AM »

QSL TJ3SN received today (OQRS requested for a 2015 phone QSO, 17 m band).

F1RAF Nicolas
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N5MOA
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« Reply #813 on: February 08, 2017, 06:58:18 AM »

Tom, congrats to your 102 confirmed on 160m!!!

Marvin VE3VEE

Thanks. Took about 8 years, I really need to get a receive antenna.
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« Reply #814 on: February 08, 2017, 12:38:06 PM »

Tom, congrats to your 102 confirmed on 160m!!!

Marvin VE3VEE

Thanks. Took about 8 years, I really need to get a receive antenna.
A great effort Tom. eight years? that means I have a long way to go.

Obie N5VYS
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« Reply #815 on: February 08, 2017, 12:44:47 PM »

5R8IC 40M & V84SMD 80M via LoTW.

Obie N5VYS
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« Reply #816 on: February 08, 2017, 03:47:36 PM »

Tom, congrats to your 102 confirmed on 160m!!!

Marvin VE3VEE

Thanks. Took about 8 years, I really need to get a receive antenna.

A great effort Tom.  Congrats.

It might be a tight fit but I have a great 160m RX antenna in mind for your truck Grin

73,
Jonathan W6GX
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« Reply #817 on: February 08, 2017, 06:56:19 PM »

It might be a tight fit but I have a great 160m RX antenna in mind for your truck Grin

73,
Jonathan W6GX

 And what is that? I'm always open to a new antenna idea.  Grin


 Long ways to go on 160m /m, only 7 worked, 4 confirmed, T32C being the only one not in the Caribbean.

I did hear ZL8X on Kermadec Island back in 2010 on 160m cw /m one morning pretty well, but no go.
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N5UD
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« Reply #818 on: February 09, 2017, 12:00:40 PM »

It might be a tight fit but I have a great 160m RX antenna in mind for your truck Grin

73,
Jonathan W6GX

 And what is that? I'm always open to a new antenna idea.  Grin


 Long ways to go on 160m /m, only 7 worked, 4 confirmed, T32C being the only one not in the Caribbean.

I did hear ZL8X on Kermadec Island back in 2010 on 160m cw /m one morning pretty well, but no go.

Tom, how ya doing on 6M DXCC from Texas ?

Tony N5UD
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« Reply #819 on: February 09, 2017, 01:05:33 PM »

V84SMD for a 40m CW QSO cw back in November of 2012. 

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« Reply #820 on: February 09, 2017, 01:12:48 PM »

A challenge point on 15 meters from 2003:

Station
Call Sign       TF3W
DXCC       ICELAND
CQ Zone       40
ITU Zone       17
IOTA       EU-021
Grid       HP94AD
Worked Station
Worked       AB8MA
DXCC       UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (291)
State       Michigan (MI)
County       OAKLAND
Date/Time       2003-10-25 16:44:00
Mode       SSB (PHONE)
Band       15M
Frequency       21.19700
QSL       2017-02-09 20:28:27
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VE3VEE
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« Reply #821 on: February 09, 2017, 04:30:15 PM »

Two QSL cards in mail today:

ZC4DB - UK BASES ON CYPRUS - phone #295

SV2ASP/A - Mount Athos - digital #238. This was my 3rd QSO and 3rd QSL card from Monk Apollo in less than 9 months (SSB, CW and now RTTY). All 3 cards arrived in just under 30 days (SAE + $5). In the past, on a couple of occasions, I've heard about Monk Apollo's RTTY being impossible to read because of a strange speed. That actually was not true during my QSO. However, he was using REVERSE RTTY. So either switch your software mode from RTTY to REVERSE RTTY or on your TCVR switch LSB/USB.

Marvin VE3VEE
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« Reply #822 on: February 09, 2017, 04:37:10 PM »

A challenge point on 15 meters from 2003:

Station
Call Sign       TF3W
DXCC       ICELAND
CQ Zone       40
ITU Zone       17
IOTA       EU-021
Grid       HP94AD
Worked Station
Worked       AB8MA
DXCC       UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (291)
State       Michigan (MI)
County       OAKLAND
Date/Time       2003-10-25 16:44:00
Mode       SSB (PHONE)
Band       15M
Frequency       21.19700
QSL       2017-02-09 20:28:27

So you have a confirmed QSO on 15 SSB on 21.197 MHz?   

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« Reply #823 on: February 09, 2017, 04:42:54 PM »


Tom, how ya doing on 6M DXCC from Texas ?

Tony N5UD

Mobile?  1  DXCC  29 qsos, all USA. A vertical tuned sort of for 6m doesn't work very well.

From the house, 5 DXCC, with no real 6m antenna, or an amp that covers 6m. I use the internal tuner in the radio to make it happy feeding my T-8 log.

I have managed to work KH6 and S. Cooks Is. on 6m. Pure luck.




[quote VE3EEE= link=topic=108746.msg979333#msg979333 date=1486686615]
 In the past, on a couple of occasions, I've heard about Monk Apollo's RTTY being impossible to read because of a strange speed. That actually was not true during my QSO. However, he was using REVERSE RTTY. So either switch your software mode from RTTY to REVERSE RTTY or on your TCVR switch LSB/USB.

Marvin VE3VEE
[/quote]

Congrats on the RTTY qso.

I haven't come across him running reversed, but he does use (or did) a 200Hz shift instead of 170Hz.

Tom N5MOA
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« Reply #824 on: February 09, 2017, 06:04:30 PM »

Two QSL cards in mail today:

ZC4DB - UK BASES ON CYPRUS - phone #295

SV2ASP/A - Mount Athos - digital #238. This was my 3rd QSO and 3rd QSL card from Monk Apollo in less than 9 months (SSB, CW and now RTTY). All 3 cards arrived in just under 30 days (SAE + $5). In the past, on a couple of occasions, I've heard about Monk Apollo's RTTY being impossible to read because of a strange speed. That actually was not true during my QSO. However, he was using REVERSE RTTY. So either switch your software mode from RTTY to REVERSE RTTY or on your TCVR switch LSB/USB.

Marvin VE3VEE
Or Baud rate?

Obie N5VYS
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