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Unfortunataly TB Activity on my end was a no go for late 2012 & early 2013 & was missed, many great reports of prop & activity.
Alaska & Hawaii being top band goal for 9BWAS @ 100W
Additions to the list of countries workd/confirmed are always welcome too :)
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160m: AK & HI (Any Mode)
Top Band Audio Clips
(Only 160m DX QSO's & Receptions Will be posted here)
If for any reason you find our QSO here and you do not want it posted Please feel free to e-mail me and I will remove it right away with no questions asked.
Actual Date and Zulu Time are shown In the Player Text when the PLAY Button is pressed(Using MM-DD-YYYY Format)
All contacts are made running 100-120w and a 30' tall Inverted L (1/4wl) With 23 Radials no longer than 60 feet long - some as short as 15 feet - The radials are even spaced, however they only cover compas headings from 340-065 deg Azmuith. No RX only antenna was used unless otherwise stated Per individual recording
**Jan 12 2012 or so I added a Major improvement to my Station - IF Panadapter using PowerSDR/IF 184.108.40.206 - This enables me to customize filtering @ a DSP level allowing me to A) Reduce Noise B) Narrow Filters in any mode C) Multi-RX with 2 'Tunable Recievers' D) Have a visual representation of the band and signals, without having to either constantly tune, or rely on DX clusters & Spots. I have Added 'SDR' to the end of the File names that appear in the Flash player when you click play to seperate those recordings that have been made with Just the Stock TS-940S**
Oliver - F6ARC - Near Jonvilliers, France
3660.1 mi / 5890.3 km
QSO Starts @ 6min 20sec Into Recording Thank you Oliver.
Laurent - FM5BH - Martinique Island
3678.0 mi / 5919.2 km
Tom - G3OLB - Honiton, Devon , England
3392.7 mi / 5460.1km
QSO Starts @ 50 sec Into Recording
Recording #2 (bottom & Different Date) is made with new SDR Pan-Adapter for the IF of my TS940S **Note the HUGE difference in filtering** Thanks for the QSO's Tom.
Mike - DL8WN - Bad Kreuznach, Germany
3866.2 mi / 6222.0km
QSO Takes a bit to complete Very deep QSB fades Nice to meet you Mike.
Luis - IV3PRK - Aveacco, Italy
4205.3 mi / 6767.7km
Luis thank you for the QSO.
Gun - OE3GCU - Harmannsdorf, Austria
4246.5 mi / 6834.1km
Gun, Nice to meet you on TB ty for QSO.
Jan - OM2XW - Myjava, Slovak Republic
4277.6 mi / 6884.1km
QSO takes place @ 7 minutes into the recording and Jan was worked on a very nice QSB peak, In actuality his report @ time of QSO should have been much higher. Also notice the use of Full-Break In CW Keying. Thank you Jan.
Herb - KV4FZ - Christiansted, Virgin Islands
1916.2 mi / 3083.8km
Thank you Herb for the multiple QSO's.
James - VP9/WW3S - Bermuda
1027.3 mi / 1653.3km
QSO takes place @ 1:07 Into recording, and runs a few min longer. Thanks James.
Doug - EI2CN - Ireland
3201.5 mi / 5152.4km
I called a few times before Doug heard me, the call he must have heard starts @ 2m 8 sec into the recording, the QSB @ this point in time was so bad I never heard him return my call the 1st time, when he called me again it was much higher above noise floor, Thank you for GREAT ears Doug thank you !Signals RX'd here did improve from Doug for abt 8-10 minutes after our QSO, to a peak of 569.
Wolf - DF2PY- Ingelheim Germany
3868.9 mi / 6226.3km
Fantastic Signal Wolf you were 599+10 for the better part of an hour here. Thank You Wolf.
(My side tone is not audible in this Recording That shld be fixed for future recordings)
John - G3PQA- Maidenhead, Berkshire England
3476.7 mi / 5595.2km
John you caught me off gaurd here and here's the proof ! Thanx for the QSO John.
Agelos - SV3RF- Aigo Greece
4899.7 mi / 7885.2 km
Sigs were a little weak, but Agelos has great ears with his 250m Beverages. Thank you Agelos.
Juhani - OH3SR- Kangasala Finland
4008.3 mi / 6450.8 km
This AM Juhani was on the K3UK Sked page with me, I asked him if we could try TB as signals @ this hour from western EU were strong, I believe Juhani was right at his sun rise durring this QSO. It took a bit to complete as QSB was very deep and long. You may notice that i sent Him a 559, when I 1st heard him he was a true 559, I always keep with the origional report as to not confuse the operator with changing reports mid-qso even if there is QSB. Thank You Juhani
HK0NA- Malpelo Is. Dxped
2718.2 mi / 4374.5 km
QSO is @ 1min 30 sec into recording, Thanks team and Sponsors.
Gerd - V31YN - Belize
1817.8 mi / 2925.5 km
QSO Takes place @10:00 Minutes into recording. ( I forgot to turn on my side tone monitor for the recording ) Thanks Gerd, great RX on your end & Looks like I just missed 'The Rush' this evening.
Paolo - YV1DIG - Caracas, Venezuela
2350.8 mi / 3783.2 km
What a great signal this AM Paolo. Thank you for the new one.
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