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Old 25th Jun 2020, 5:36 pm   #21
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Default Re: HF conditions at the moment?

Originally Posted by G6Tanuki View Post
A couple of days ago, after resurrecting an "I never got it to work properly" 15-at-a-rally Clansman PRC320, I was rewarded with a bunch of 28MHz QSOs into Germany/Oesterreich/Poland/Moldova, using only the radio's 8-foot whip antenna and battery-power.

With the Sun's emissions to help you, you can work the world with 30 Watts.
That is sporadic E, happens around this time of the year every year and very little to do with the suns emissions which remain in doldrum solar minimum state.

73 Dave G3YMC
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