Re: Miles per watt

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From: w4bws@juno.com
Date: Wed Dec 27 2000 - 07:35:40 CST


Congrats Tim. Last night I finally got output from my HW8 on 40 meters.
Heard IK2BGD and gave him a call -SHAZAM- he returned a 559 to my
1.5 watts on the GAP vertical. He was solid 579 at 100 watts. Let's see-
according to my World Atlas that's a distance of 6500 miles at 1.5 watts
is 4333 miles per watt. By jove I believe I made it.
As it has been said before- Aint this QRP fun? Now to get rid on the
SW broadcast station interference on 40, which is there no mater what
freq the
dial is on, and the low frequency audio growl and the HW8 is ready for
fox hunting in 2001.

Don Sanders W4BWS
694 E. Eau Gallie Blvd
Satellite Beach ,FL 32937
My favorite QRP rig glows in the dark

On Wed, 27 Dec 2000 06:28:14 -0500 Tim ORourke <TORourke@KaiserFT.com>
writes:
> I do not know if this is a record but on 12/26 I worked Greece 10 M
> SSB from Charlotte NC with 500mw he was 350mw. 5-3 both directions.
> Rig K2 elecraft, 4 element beam for 10 on a TV rotator off side of
house.
> Tim O'Rourke KG4CHX

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