From: Stan Goldstein, N6ULU (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stephen Modena writes:
> I'm sure Stan was wondering why I pestered him so much tonight. :^)
> The Fox N6ULU was easy to hear, though not as strong as the first
> time I worked him weeks ago.
> TIME FREQ HIS MINE MY POWER MILES/WATT
> 02:57 7.1097 339 339 4 watts 750
> 03:05 7.0401 339 339 1 watt 3,000
> 03:55 7.0417 449 229 0.2 watts 15,000**
> **Which proves that Stan is a first-rate op with a first-rate setup.
> I was running a TS-430-S thru a Tokyo Radio Transmatch/SWR/Power
> meter into RG-59 ending in "balun coil on PVC" for switch over to
> a half wavelength of 300 ohm twinlead to a 40 M vertical dipole of
> tinned/multi-stranded,insulated #12 wire hanging off a Carolina pine
> tree (bottom of dipole is 8 feet from ground).
Yes I was wondering why you called 3 times. Thanks for telling me.
I knew your signal was down the last time you called , but I never
would have thought it was .2 w.
Congratulations on that accomplishment.
Are you sure it was .2 w ? I could have sworn it was .3 w ???
> 73/Steve/AB4EL ab4el@Cybernetics.NET
-- 72.5 (almost a full qrp convert) Stan Goldstein , N6ULU
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