Re: 40 and 80 Meter Net Report
Despite my 40m QNI, the band was in poor shape with QSB taking Johnny down to 339. I gave him a 449 when I checked in and then when we said "au revoir", he was a solid 559.
Surprisingly, 80m was in better shape than it's been in recent weeks. Johnny was RST 239. Several other stations were heard, but were really no copy, all except WA9PWP who (as usual) was a robust 559. Paul and I dropped our call signs several times, but neither of us achieved a QNI.
Charles (aka chas), w2SH
From: main@4SQRP.groups.io <main@4SQRP.groups.io> on behalf of Johnny AC0BQ <jomatlock@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 22:01
To: 4sqrpio <4SQRP@groups.io>
Subject: [4SQRP] 40 and 80 Meter Net Report
Well, the bands are weak to say the least tonight.
We have a storm front headed our way from the NW part of the state, and my qrn was pretty rough!
Check in's were:
80 Meters was terrible.
The only QNI that I could hear was Bert N0YJ.
I could hear parts of calls but I couldn't put any other calls together.
Charles Moizeau, W2SH