Re: On the air anyone?

Phil <w0xiphil@...>

Good Morning Paul.
Did you check 14070 or 14076 for PSK31 or JT65HF.......? usually something there; I started to watch that on my Elecraft P3 panadapter.
Must agree that activity there is stronger in late afternoon and early evening.
Nice work seeing yourself via the RBN. That’s cool......I need to try that on CW. What will “they” think of next. Noticed in latest QST that there is a nice summary on RBN.
I wonder if anyone did a vidoe recording of the RBN presentation we heard at OZARCon couple of years back?
Just now integrating HAM RADIO DELUXE into my station with the K3 and SignaLink USB........this is not a simple project and taking some time. Big learning curve! But enjoying it.
Maybe a bit too much to digest in a short time.........guessing it is going to take some extended study 
72, Uncle Phil

Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2016 2:25 AM
Subject: RE: [4sqrp] On the air anyone?

I was on the air this morning on 20 and 40. The solar flux was 81 and NO ONE Was on the bands! I called CQ and 9 RBN stations heard me in 15 minutes on 20 and a little later 5 stations heard me on 40..... I think the band could have been worked but not a op was on. Summer doldrums still I guess. de Paul N0NBD

> To: 4sqrp@...
> From: 4sqrp@...
> Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2016 20:23:12 -0500
> Subject: [4sqrp] On the air anyone?
> Good evening:
> I was just wondering if anyone has been on the air today?
> I was doing computer stuff this morning and
> 40m was open to eastern MO and Central MI!
> I worked a new CW op and a more seasoned one on 7.122.
> Tells me I need to monitor more often.
> I guess this proves the bands might be ok if we call CQ or monitor them
> now and then.
> I plan to be listening on 40 tomorrow morning with coffee on hand.
> Listen for me or call CQ.
> 72
> Johnny ACOBQ
> --
> QRP....."More smiles per Watt"
> 72
> []

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