Better propagation today though still very erratic.
K= 3, Solar Flux on 10.7 cms 82.
0730z - 0830z Europe - Anzo Net on 14,293 Long Path
I called and listened from about 0700z hearing nothing
but noise about S6
0725z - VK2GWK Henk from Nelson Bay 2/1, up to 5/5 by
0725z - EA7GSU Pertti from Genalguacil 2/7, up to 5/5
0725z - HB9CQS Klaus from Sachseln 2/1, never came up.
0727z - VK5CV Bill from Waikerie up to 4/5 at times.
0735z - VK3KCD Peter from Flinders only 2/1 today.
0735z - DU9/G4UNL Roy from Mandanao up to 4/5 at times.
Signals very marginal here at best. Many thanks to
Klaus for the following report : -
A rather lively ANZO net this morning, but I realise
that being further north, you may have
had a different impression. Here is an extract of my
0732z VK2GWK, Henk. 57-58 here. Got the same from
Henk. Lost Henk due to supper call QRM.
0732z VK4KYL / Mobile, Diane. 33 here. Henk did not
fare any better, so we had to give up.
0734z VK3KCD, Peter. 34 here. Heavy QRM from 14.295
at that time and I needed Henk's assistance
0735z VK5CV, Bill. 45 increasing to 57 with some QSB.
Stayed with us to the end.
0734z EA7GSU, Pertti. 22 here. Then disappeared.
Came back 30 min. later with 59 signal and then
worked Roy and 5CV
0745z DU9/G4UNL, Roy. 58 / 58. Fine signal almost
to the end.
Abt. 0800z G4YZE, Bill and G3LUW, Brian had
increased to 33, but then QSYed to 80 metres,
according to Roy.
0807z EA7/SM4RKS, Lars. East of Malaga. Delta loop.
0827z CT1BJZ, Vitor. Fine signal. Mostly 58 here.
0833z Net closed. Continued with Lars, EA7/SM4RKS
0838z Went QRT
Alizah, daughter of Bill, VK4ZD, and Diane, VK4KYL,
and Alizah's friend Rob stayed with
Karen and me from Wednesday to Saturday. Alizah is a
Rotarian and she and Rob joined
me for our regular Friday noon Rotary meeting.
Unfortunately, only 14 members attended.
The majority of our members were on a skiing weekend
in Zermatt arranged by our club.
During Thursday and Friday mornings Alizah spoke
with Bill and Diane on 14.270 MHz. 59/59 most of the
0800z - 0900z UK 80-metre net on 3,693
Tony G4FTA in charge from Bicester.
Fourteen on the net in fading conditions.
1130z - 1230z International Net on 14,293
1130z - W1QUO Jim from Leominster MA up to 5/9
1130z - CT/AD6XX President Laszlo from Lagos up to 3/4
1130z - YO9BC Coco from Ploeste 5/9+
1139z - VE2GTI Coos from Montreal up to 5/8
1248z - SM4CSF Nils from Falun 5/7
1152z - HB9CQS Klaus from Sachseln 2/3 at best today.
1158z - EA7GSU Pertti from Genalguacil 5/6 here
1202z - G0JWE Don from Derby 1/1 here
1212z - W0TBC Joe from Stillwater MN 1/1 here but Jim
got his call, just.
1227z - VO1NP Nate from St.John's NF 3/2 here. Jim did
not copy him today due to high noise level.
1236z - Net ended. High noise and attenuation made it
rather difficult but we coped.
Jim had very high noise level but copied the European
stations fairly well.
Coos continues his Rotary activities. Reported some rain
but needs more.
Coco reported 25c in Ploeste for their (Orthodox) Easter
Good copy on Nils today. He reported 7c and the snow all
Pertti had 13c and "rain on the plain in Spain" today.
President Laszlo reported all under control now for
Copenhagen. Per/OZ5PD is dealing with it.
1800z - 1900z UK evening 80-metre net on 3,693
Nine on the net in very good conditions.
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