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70cm Fall Sprint 2019

October 10th, 2019 | Posted by admin in Hamradio - (0 Comments)

Yesterday was the 70cm part of the Fall Sprint. I was already active on 6m and 2m and also wanted to do so on 70cm. I recognized the QRL QTH offers some advantages like power, A/C, seating etc but when it comes to VHF or UHF its all about QTH 🙂 As the weather got …
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CQWW RTTY 2019

September 30th, 2019 | Posted by DJ8OG in Hamradio - (0 Comments)

I had to work this weekend but also wanted to be part of CQWW RTTY. I thought about single band 40m or 20m but it both interfered with my work on Sunday. So I choosed “Single OP All Band Low Power – Classic”, I still don´t have an amplifier and I thought if I don´t …
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NU4E on LotW

July 31st, 2019 | Posted by DJ8OG in Hamradio - (0 Comments)

I received my LotW certificate from ARRL and uploaded my QSOs to LotW yesterday. I exported and uploaded it directly from “RUMlog NG” it worked great. I couldn´t get the receive QSL from the programm running yet but it seems to be much easier than the routine with my other logs on the windows computer …
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NU4E Log online

July 26th, 2019 | Posted by DJ8OG in Hamradio - (0 Comments)

I uploaded my QSOs to club log and they are also on my log search page –> here Some QSOs are missing and will be added soon. When they’re complete I’ll load them all to LotW. LotW will be my favorite way to QSL. If you’d like to have a paper QSL please send me …
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CQWW-VHF as NU4E/r

July 23rd, 2019 | Posted by DJ8OG in Hamradio - (0 Comments)

After US Fieldday where Gary – W4EEY and I installed the VHF station we decided to try another VHF contest. CQWW-VHF was last weekend and we were NU4E/r. We decided to start slow and only activate two grids, EM84 in Paris Mountain State Park and EM85 on the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway. As this was …
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