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this whole week the rate ham radios not been good in the morning. Even on our local nets (by local nets I mean those that cover the United States and station near where I am as opposed to DX.) Signals … Continue reading
We had an excellent opening on two meters yesterday. I woke up in the middle of the night as I do lots of times and came in here to check out the vhf propagation report and saw lots of red … Continue reading
I started talking about building my first rig in the last post and said that my Elmer, Carl Wilson (W4IUD) helped me build my first transmitter, which was a 6ag7 tube driving an 807 tube, and it probably did good … Continue reading
The band was quite get this morning but I do not work many people because it didn’t have too long to stay on the air. Ten meters was really hopping and many signals were on the air. I was reminiscing … Continue reading
2011-12-01-This is a frosty Thursday morning, and it feels rather invigorating. As I was going out to the ham shack, I saw the frost that almost looked like a snowfall. Propagation was about average today. There were a few Japanese … Continue reading
2011 November 14 – Hello to my ham radio blog this morning. Most every morning I go out to the ham shack rig just as the gray line is coming up and see whom I can find on the bands. … Continue reading