I remember some cynics even on this list saying that, on 160 meters, 100 watts
could practically be considered QRP.
Well, what a lucky night I had on 3/1/95 (Z), after having just built up a 160
meter transmitter filter for my R2 / CW TX setup:
0407 N0KSV, Nebraska 559
0426 AA0RS, Colorado 599!
0445 K2QOB New York 449 but very patient and curious
0504 N6TR/7 Oregon 559 called me after K2QOB
This with my horizontal loop, 350 feet around, 30 ft high, both feeders fed
from hot end of tuner so it's kind of a random wire on that band.
Anybody else for some 160 meter attempts? Hurry, before spring and summer QRN!
: John Seboldt firstname.lastname@example.org / In God we trust;
: Amateur radio K0JD... / others require a picture ID
: Church of the Annunciation, / and check numbers over 5000...
: Minneapolis /
-> Alice4Mac 2.3 E QWK Eval:05Mar94
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