[AMRadio] Band Expansion Report


Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Fri Dec 15 01:22:30 EST 2006


Lots of signal grass (AM and SSB) developed between 3600 and 3800 at the
start of the bell. By 1AM EST, many of the stations and much of the
auroral conditions disappeared. Between 8 and 11 aurora was very
prominent on 6 meters. Worked a number of stateside stations and almost
all Canadian provinces pointing the antenna North and working through the
aurora. My grins for the evening.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Fri, 15 Dec 2006 00:32:55 -0500 "david knepper"
<collinsradio at adelphia.net> writes:
> The band expansion from 3600 to 3700 was "wall to wall" with 
> stations, 
> mostly SSB.  I made several contacts on 3685 but decided that my 
> warm bed at 
> home was more conforting than to spend the time battling the QRM.  
> The band 
> was certainly rock 'n rollin.  We were using the special call W3C.
> 
> It is an experience that I can tell my grandchildren.
> 
> See you on the lower end of 80 meters or is that 75 meters!
> 
> Good evening.
> 
> Dave, W3ST



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