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3e kerstdag in juni

Radio Veronica had vanmorgen het programma aangepast aan de weersomstandigheden 
in de Kerstsfeer.

Juni is toch de topmaand voor ES ?
 af en toe is er wel eens wat
gisteravond nog na middernacht de CT bakens op 70MHz  gehoord
maar echte DX  is niet te scoren tot nu toe
Een opening naar Cariben  of W/VE  zou nog kunnen
Hier geen FS VP2M zelfs geen KP4  


No.Date UTCBandCallsignQTHOperatorModeRSTs
1.2015-06-1820:204 mPortugal CT1FJWcarlosSSB55
2.2015-06-1820:006 mCeuta & Melilla EA9PYSSB55
3.2015-06-1819:454 mSpain EA5/G0KSCJulianSSB59
4.2015-06-1619:474 mCanary Is. EA8YTSSB55
5.2015-06-1619:324 mMadeira Is. CT3HFDuarteSSB57
6.2015-06-1619:226 mFrance F6ITDPSK63599
7.2015-06-1619:206 mSpain EA5FIVIM98OQPSK63599
8.2015-06-1619:096 mSardinia IS0FFDMAURIZIOPSK63599
9.2015-06-1617:376 mCanary Is. EA8MTSSB59

WSPR  op 144MHz  tussen W6 en Hawaii   in USA gaat het allemaal wat beter
 4061 km tropo 

 2015-06-17 05:56  N3IZN  144.490552  -26  0  DM13ji  50  KH6IMB  BK29jk  4061  257 
 2015-06-17 06:26  N3IZN  144.490552  -18  0  DM13ji  50  KH6IMB  BK29jk  4061  257 
 2015-06-17 06:44  N3IZN  144.490551  -26  0  DM13ji  50  KH6IMB  BK29jk  4061  257 

weekoverzicht 6m WSPR 40 unieke decodes
TimestampCallMHzSNRDriftGridPwrReporterRGridkmaz 2015-06-18 18:16  PA0O  50.294479  -18  0  JO33hg  5  4X1RF  KM72ls  3201  124  2015-06-16 20:52  PA0O  50.294519  -17  0  JO33hg  5  CT1PT  IM58hq  2029  223  2015-06-16 20:54  CT1PT  50.294446  +2  -1  IM58hq  5  PA0O  JO33hg  2029  32  2015-06-15 16:14  PA0O  50.294513  -24  0  JO33hg  5  EA1KV  IN52og  1673  229  2015-06-15 16:22  EA1KV  50.294470  -4  -1  IN52og  5  PA0O  JO33hg  1673  38  2015-06-14 17:24  OH7AZL  50.294512  -26  -1  KP33on  2  PA0O  JO33hg  1643  236  2015-06-14 17:20  PA0O  50.294514  -17  0  JO33hg  5  OH7AZL  KP33on  1643  38  2015-06-18 22:54  EA1RJ  50.294456  +8  -1  IN71oo  10  PA0O  JO33hg  1552  29  2015-06-18 22:46  PA0O  50.294502  +3  -1  JO33hg  10  EA1RJ  IN71oo  1552  218  2015-06-18 23:34  PA0O  50.294432  -23  0  JO33hg  5  EB3FRN  JN01mc  1416  199  2015-06-14 17:20  PA0O  50.294471  -19  0  JO33hg  5  OH3LMN  KP11wm  1374  41  2015-06-14 14:04  IK1WVQ  50.294517  -4  0  JN44cb  2  PA0O  JO33hg  1030  354  2015-06-14 13:40  PA0O  50.294562  -8  0  JO33hg  5  HB9PNI  JN45lv  837  168  2015-06-13 13:22  PA0O  50.294529  -20  0  JO33hg  10  DK8NE  JN59fw  455  143  2015-06-13 09:04  DK8NE  50.294510  -24  -1  JN59fw  10  PA0O  JO33hg  455  326  2015-06-18 21:46  G6AVK  50.294549  -20  0  JO01ho  5  PA0O  JO33hg  447  63  2015-06-18 22:46  PA0O  50.294473  -24  0  JO33hg  10  G6AVK  JO01ho  447  248  2015-06-13 12:30  PA0O  50.294479  -23  0  JO33hg  5  OZ1PIF  JO65an  433  52  2015-06-13 12:32  OZ1PIF  50.294567  -28  0  JO65an  10  PA0O  JO33hg  433  236  2015-06-13 13:22  PA0O  50.294536  -17  0  JO33hg  10  DB0ZDF  JN49cx  382  163  2015-06-13 07:44  DF5FF  50.294579  -22  1  JO40kd  10  PA0O  JO33hg  380  337  2015-06-13 07:14  PA0O  50.294506  -24  -2  JO33hg  5  DL5AP  JO52if  298  111  2015-06-13 07:18  DL5AP  50.294507  -10  1  JO52if  10  PA0O  JO33hg  298  294  2015-06-17 05:14  PA0O  50.294486  -25  0  JO33hg  5  ON6SX  JO20hv  297  208  2015-06-17 16:02  ON6SX  50.294496  -29  0  JO20hv  5  PA0O  JO33hg  297  27  2015-06-13 07:22  DL1KAI  50.294507  -24  -1  JO42vj  5  PA0O  JO33hg  234  296  2015-06-14 09:34  PA0O  50.294462  -28  0  JO33hg  5  DL1KAI  JO42vj  234  113  2015-06-13 07:20  DL2ZQ  50.294435  -25  1  JO42vj  0.05  PA0O  JO33hg  234  296  2015-06-13 16:20  PA0O  50.294489  -20  0  JO33hg  5  DL1EHW  JO31mj  210  172  2015-06-15 18:18  PA0O  50.294469  -24  0  JO33hg  5  DK1QG  JO43sx  208  67  2015-06-15 09:34  DK1QG  50.294516  -14  -1  JO43sx  5  PA0O  JO33hg  208  249  2015-06-14 13:10  PA0O  50.294497  -18  1  JO33hg  5  DL8XA  JO42  180  118  2015-06-16 20:42  PA3MET  50.294504  -17  1  JO22ma  10  PA0O  JO33hg  175  37  2015-06-16 20:56  PA0O  50.294474  -21  0  JO33hg  5  PA3MET  JO22ma  175  218  2015-06-13 13:08  PE1MXP  50.294485  -10  0  JO32gh  5  PA0O  JO33hg  107  3  2015-06-13 13:50  PA0O  50.294500  -15  0  JO33hg  5  NL8992  JO32fl  89  187  2015-06-17 09:40  PA0O  50.294496  -8  0  JO33hg  5  PA3249  JO32hm  83  180  2015-06-13 09:14  PA0O  50.294506  +5  1  JO33hg  5  PA2GP  JO33hb  23  180  2015-06-18 18:20  PA5GB  50.294422  +11  1  JO33kd  10  PA0O  JO33hg  22  310  2015-06-18 18:30  PA0O  50.294542  +12  1  JO33hg  5  PA5GB  JO33kd  22  130 



Comments

PE4BAS, Bas said…
Grappig dat jij ook PSK contacten maakt op 6m. Ik luister er regelamtig maar heb tot nu toe nog niks gehoord. JT65A (50.276) is wel erg populair. Eergisteren nog decodeerde ik net te laat PY. Daarna niet meer natuurlijk. Er komt vast nog wel wat DX de vraag is alleen wanneer en op welke tijd. Dat is altijd weer een verassing. En dan ook nog voor de radio zitten natuurlijk...
73, Bas

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