Friday, November 16, 2012

PT0S 160M V84SMD

http://www.qsl.net/pa0oos/recall/pt0s_160.mp3


160 easy just few calls on this band
The other bands is a different story  in addition to the fact that  it is an easy path from EU.
The problem is the crazy pileups and wide uplinks.
To get the 599tu you have to stand in line  and undergo the "EU treatment"   of anti HAM spirit.
Finding the actual QSX frequency is not easy when every one just keeps calling no matter if the DX is allready in QSO or calling specific someone. In other words  no intelligence can be found in the pile most of the time.  
 
If they just would join the LZDa "QSO" would be a matter of minutes?
So I did not really try to get trough the barricades. 
 



20121115 2334   1825.4 CW   PA0O         599  PT0S            599                    
20121116 1759   7001.0 CW   PA0O         599  V84SMD          599                    
20121116 1913   1826.0 CW   PA0O         599  V84SMD          599                    
20121116 1921   1826.0 CW   PA0O         599  V84SMD          599                

very strong  but  QRN  local there
http://www.qsl.net/pa0oos/recall/v84smd_160.mp3
http://www.qsl.net/pa0oos/recall/v84smd_160_1.mp3


receiving 630m MW band in JO33hg   dial USB 474.2kHz


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