amvictor at ncsu.edu
Tue Dec 20 10:48:37 EST 2016
I have noticed this as well particularly on 40 meters CW. After 8 PM, the
band seems to go very long and the stateside signals are nil. The best time
from my experience on 40 CW is early morning weekends, 6 AM-noon. Six AM
may catch VK,ZL and eventually swings stateside very quickly. For evening
QSO fix, 80 meters still appears to be the best bet. In fact, Don, you were
my last recent evening CW QSO on the short list of the log on 80!
On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 10:30 AM, Jim Tonne <Tonne at comcast.net> wrote:
> I think a good number of those "700,000 plus" are no-coders that have a
> Chinese handi-talki
> on their belts. They are on two meters and above. Sad.
> - JimT W4ENE
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