The problem of pile-up distribution is even more complex since there will be
four simultaneous African DXPeditions 3C, TJ, TN and TY. Therefore some
coordination between team leaders is needed. The good example of almost perfect
solution was VK0/FT4J case.
>Понедельник, 12 марта 2018, 18:22 UTC от John Farrer via Topband
>1824 occupied every day by 9M0W pile up till their SR 2240z. Please give us
>another frequency to monitor for TN5R.
>73 John G3XHZ
>Sent from my iPhone
>> On 12 Mar 2018, at 14:32, John Farrer via Topband < firstname.lastname@example.org >
>> Thanks Jose. Many of us monitoring 1824 last night. I stayed up till 0300z
>> but nothing heard. Will you be on tonight? If your signal is not picked up
>> by rbn can you please cq at least at the beginning of each hour so that we
>> can all monitor?
>> 73 John G3XHZ
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On 11 Mar 2018, at 11:34, Jose Ramon < jr.hie...@gmail.com > wrote:
>>> We'll start tonight on top band from the beautiful Congo coast. 880 ft (270
>>> m) Beverages set to NW, N and NE. An additional steerable diamond shape
>>> loop is attached to the rx aerials control box so any station can choose
>>> among 4 directions from 160 to 30m. Noise level is not bad on the 18m high
>>> inverted L.
>>> Hope to log you all, conditions permitting.
>>> 73 es GL
>>> Jose, TN/EA7KW.
>>> Topband Reflector Archives - http://www.contesting.com/_topband
>> Topband Reflector Archives - http://www.contesting.com/_topband
>Topband Reflector Archives - http://www.contesting.com/_topband
73, Victor Goncharsky US5WE/K1WE (UW5W in VHF contests, ex UB5WE), P.E.
UARL Technical and VHF Committies
DXCC Honor Roll #1 (Mixed, Phone), 9BDXCC, 8BWAS
DXCC card checker (160 meters).
Topband Reflector Archives - http://www.contesting.com/_topband