From: Jim Kortge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Well Gang.....I don't know about the rest of you, but I
had a GREAT time last nite chasing the INet fox around
75 and 160 meters. Forty was a complete bust; VOA being
QRM'ed by some mongo jamming station that put the S-meter
around 20 over. I did hear some stations on up band from
the designated frequencies, so the band was useable....just
not in the segment that Jim, KC1FB picked. Oh well!!
This is my report of stations heard and the times I was
able to tag the fox.
75 Meters - - 3784.1 KHz
Call Time Name Signal QTH Comments
KC1FB 0235 Jim 53 CT Heard Fox
W2DDY 0237 Russ 55 NY Heard
N1KOE 0240 Larry 55 CT Heard
WO3B 0245 Bob 54 PA Heard
KC1FB 0246 Jim 55 CT Worked
AB4EL 0247 Steve 59+10 NC Heard (Loud!!)
AA2?? 0249 ? ? ? Heard (Weak)
W1IFL 0250 Chan 59 ? Heard
KF2?? 0251 Dick 43 ? Heard
K8TDJ 0252 ? 55 ? Fox missed him
N1??? 0254 Scott 43 ? Heard
160 Meters - - 1868 KHz
KC1FB 0309 Jim 42 CT Worked (High QRN)
W2DYY 0314 Russ 42 NY Heard
AB4EL 0315 Steve 59 NC Heard (Loud!!)
WO3B 0326 Bob 20 PA Heard @ 1/2 watt
75 Meters - - 3901.5 KHz
KC1FB 0336 Jim 55 CT Worked (Lots Stronger)
Fox on 3906.5 KHz
AA2PF 0344 Dave 44 NY Heard @ 3 watts
W2DYY 0345 Russ 59 NY Heard (Loud!)
N2JOC 0347 Randy 55 NJ Heard @ 0.8 watt
WJ2V 0348 ? 31 ? Heard
WO3B 0359 Bob 53 PA Heard
That's my log. Sure was interesting seeing the band
change around during the 1/2 hour segments. I was
truly amazed that the signals that AB4EL and W2DYY had.
Next time I'm going to make sure that I have the tape
recorder running, so I can play back some of the signals
to the other hunters.
Thanks to Jim for the enjoyable evening.....sure beats the
#$%& out of watching television!!
72/73 to all. Hope I didn't use too much bandwidth
Jim, NU8N, 45 miles NW of Detroit.
-- Jim Kortge, NU8N | Bicycle Mobile Hams email@example.com | __o of America Fenton, MI |_`\<, Mizuho 17m/40m QRP SSB ... .. .. . . . .. (*)/(*) . . . . . ..
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