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Roar Nets August 4th and 6th 2019


Report for Week of 4 August 2019
Many thanks for the reports Jean-Pierre and Bill
Don’t forget the Digital Net on Saturdays at 2100z on XLX299R.

Sunday 4th August 2019
0530z-0600z D-Star Net
From Phil VK2MCB
Last Sunday at 0530z we had five ROAR members call in to the net:
David ZL2WT, Peter VK3KCD, Bill VK4ZD, Vernon G0EGW, and Phil VK2MCB
0600z - 0630z Anzo Net on 7,105 +/- QRM
From Bill VK4ZD
Peter VK3KCD was 58-9 and he gave me 59
Doug ZL1BFS was 58 and gave me 59+5
Warren ZL2JML (visitor) was 57 and gave me 57-8
Vernon G0EGW was 55
0630z-0730z Europe - Anzo Net on 14,295.2 Long Path
From Bill VK4ZD
Doug ZL1BFS was 44 and gave me 43
However I was encouraged with the following contacts:
Frank VP2MNI called me at 0636z- he was 56-7 and gave me 57-8
EA5IPC was 43-54 and gave me 55 on the LP at 0645z (he was 57on the SP later)
GB55RC was 55 and gave me 57 at 0714z
From Jean-Pierre F1CFA
No contact on 7015 as the frequency was occupied by an Italian station
This morning, we met with G4HCK, PA3AHC and G0EGW.
An Italian station was on 14295,0 and had QSO with Bill VK4ZD...Surprising !
PA3AHC was 43/41 , G4HCK was 54/55 moving from 51 to 58 , G0EGW was 59/59
PA3AHC was heard by G4HCK and G4HCK / G0EGW can't hear each other.
This morning was interesting as the Australian and New Zealand stations were suspected, but the QSB was deep. On my delta loop the QSB was like a vapor motor...teuf, teuf, teuf and on the flat loop low and deep with a low QRM.
0800z - 0900z UK 80-metre Net on 3,694
No Report Received
1900z-1930z NA Transcontinental net on 7.185
No report Received
0630z Tuesday August 6th EUR 20m net on 14,295.2
From Bill VK4ZD
Nothing heard but we live in hope:
on the 5th (Diane VK4DI worked OL88YL (YL special event) on both 20m and 15m.


Philip Byrne
Rotary Club of Canberra

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