Enjoy your time in the wonderful Cook Islands Gary! Are you hearing the other 
Fijian; “Gold FM, only the classics”. Generally non-stop pop with self-promos 
and EG adverts pounding into Russell (the NZRDXL KiwiSDR) and comfortably 
wiping out the Auckland ethnic Hindi station…

— Tony

Tony Ward (VE3NO/ZL1AZV)

Enhancing Universal Entropy since 1942!

> On Apr 9, 2018, at 14:37, Gary DeBock <d1028g...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Thanks Craig,
> The DU propagation here is in a much higher league than what we get on the 
> west coast, making the hot-rodded Ultralights unusually competitive for long 
> range DX. I'm pretty sure that 531-6DL was coming in on the 7,5" loopstick CC 
> Skywave alone at 1635 UTC this morning. Unfortunately the weather is nasty 
> with rain and win, and the motel nails you $$ for using the Internet. 
> Fortunately the hot-rodded Uktralights rock on!
> Gary
>> On Mon, 4/9/18, Gary DeBock <d1028g...@comcast.net> wrote:
>> Subject: [IRCA] Cook Islands (Aitutaki) Ultralight DU's for 4-9
>> To: "America, Mailing" <irca@hard-core-dx.com>
>> Date: Monday, April 9, 2018, 2:36 AM
>> A five day trip to Aitutaki in the Southern
>> Cook Islands kicked off this evening after the successful
>> deployment of a 5" TSA-friendly FSL antenna and two 7.5"
>> loopstick CC Skywave Ultralight models. As with all other of
>> these "Frequent Flyer" FSL models, the antenna breezed
>> through TSA screening at three different airports, and is
>> ready to provide inductive coupling gain similar to that of
>> a 4' air core box loop during this ocean beach trip.

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