You were heard very well in to Colorado last night. I did not get home tonight to check.


On 12/1/2016 4:08 AM, Olof Lundberg wrote:
Following CQWWCW I am staying on in 3B9 through sunrise December 12th.

This is not a DXpedition in its traditional sense but I will try to spend a
few hours on the radio every day. So far 320 qsos logged on top band but
only 11 with NA. On 80 the log has 250 qsos with 82 NA.

Plan is to be on around local sunset 1413z and sunrise 0458z.

Local noise floor is low but US signals worked have been barely readable
above the noise floor with signals on 80 of course much better. Also
interesting LP opening at my sunset but not my best takeoff in that

I am about 150m from the lagoon and some 30m up looking north with sloping
terrain and good takeoff 240deg through 60deg.

I'm using a toploaded umbrella-style vertical on 160 inspired by N6LF
writings. It is supported by 16m out of an 18m spiderbeam pole and there
are some 40 radials of varying length 10-20m on the very dry rocky ground.
The same pole and radial field supports a parallel inverted L for 80. All
driven by a K3 or KX3 and SPE 1.3K at 800w.

73 Olof G0CKV
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