From: Stephen Modena (ab4el@Cybernetics.NET)
> > 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.
> > ...
> 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.
Perhaps I should alert *other* foxes, too. I tend to be an experimenter.
As you (the fox) work the "hounds," assume the best about us, as Stan
undoubtedly did. I did work him several times, but the exchanges were
short and to the point. When he moved to 7.040 I could hear the
pileup on him...so for that third call I intentionally gave it a
good long breather (note the times).
> Congratulations on that accomplishment.
> Are you sure it was .2 w ? I could have sworn it was .3 w ???
I haven't had the power meter checked against the National Bureau of
Standards lately. :^) But at least the relative relationship of the
several power levels holds.
> Stan Goldstein , N6ULU
>From here the 7.110 freq was quite noisy with foreign BC and what I
think was broadband digital trash.
7.040- had the usual digital, but not strong. Most cw signals were about
the same strength rather than one KW and the rest peanut whistles...
which makes it satisfactory for shoehorning multiple signals into
>From here I think skip was more Texas direction...I worked AB4AP
with 589 both ways.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to the next fox.
-- 73/Steve/AB4EL ab4el@CYbernetics.NET
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