Re: FSFD Hawaii

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From: Bradley L Mugleston (kb0rol@juno.com)
Date: Sat Jan 04 1997 - 20:53:44 EST


OK, that makes Hawaii -10 hours from Z so If I shoot for 0200 to 0400 I
will need to be on the air from 1600 to 1800 local (4 pm to 6 pm). OK I
need to get my wife tired during the day so we can be home by 3 then plan
on a late dinner 7:30 or 8pm. If I get set up the day before It wont
take me long to get on the air.

My antenna will be a Di-Pole - don't yet know how high or configuration -
T, inv V or sloper. Got a suggestion?

cq fox cq fox de kb0rol/kh6 kb0rol/kh6 K

Now I'm getting excited to go there!!! Got to practice my / dah di di
dah dit. Oh boy!!!

Brad Mugleston - KB0ROL
Colorado QRP Club # 170, QRP-L #316, ARRL
QTH - Aurora, CO - DM79oq
KB0ROL@JUNO.COM
BMUG@GWL.COM

>Hi Brad,
>
>Hawaii is 5 hrs earlier then EST, 4 hrs ealier then CST, 3 hrs earlier
>than MST, 2 hrs earlier than PST.
>
>I've worked Hawaii in the past, using 5 watts and a vertical at:
>
>21 MHZ = 1701Z, 1923Z, 1951Z, 2237Z
>18 MHZ = 1729Z, 1736Z, 2235Z
>14 MHZ = 0317Z
>10 MHZ = 0423Z, 1215Z
>07 MHZ = 0335Z also heard hawaii many times at 0500Z to 0530Z
>
>These would be good times to use until you find some openings. these
>times are over a four year period. If you need any band condx report or
WWV
>info, i'll be glad to e-mail you. I plan on downloading my email every
>couple of hours when you start operating. i really need 2 way QRP Hawaii
bad !!!
>
>So far, my best trys at 2 way QRP were with KH6U 2 way qrp on 14 mhz,
>KH6AFS 21 mhz he was 10w, i was 5w
>
>Best of Luck
>
>72, Byron WA8LCZ Detroit Mich
>
>


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