Re: Bayou Jumper test schedule


Roger-N0RSR
 

I might be able to give it a shot between nets tonight.

If you're on at 8pm central you may find the 4SQRP net brimming with activity around that frequency. Net control may well be searching around 7.122 for agents and check-ins.

-Roger
N0RSR

On Wed, May 5, 2021, 9:44 AM Bruce Kirkpatrick via groups.io <bkirkpatrick5=me.com@groups.io> wrote:
Good morning/afternoon all

I would like to try to make a contact or contacts with my Bayou Jumper this evening.  
I will be at 7120.1 KHz, at 8:45 p.m. Central time.  
My code speed is about 10 wpm.
I will be running it barefoot into a shortened dipole up about twenty feet.
I would welcome and appreciate anyone who could try to work me this evening so that I may prove my worthiness as a spy.
Thanks and 73…..
Bruce   KEØVR
Henderson, Colorado

On May 5, 2021, at 6:31 AM, w0rw <w0rw1@...> wrote:

W0RW  operating from Ice Station Zebra, <http://tinyurl.com/zgss4yu>. 
Date:  6 May 2021, Thursday. ...Tomorrow...
Freq:   7031 kHz +/- 1. 
Time:  1600z, (Noon EDT). 
  
First i will be using my 40 meter Trojan Horse Radio,  
It looks like a real BC-221 WW2 Frequency Meter but it has a '1 Watter'  inside 
driving a Pacific Antenna  10W amplifier  <http://www.qrpkits.com/10wamp.html> . 
It has a Velleman K4001 audio amplifier for the speaker and a Hi-Per-Mite CW audio filter from <http://www.4sqrp.com>.
  You can see photos of it in QRP Quarterly,  April 2021.

Then i will switch over to my other Trojan Horse Radio, The PRC319 "Lite"
It looks like a real PRC319 but it has a  '1 Watter'  inside 

Freq:   14061 kHz +/- 1. 
Time:  1700z, (1300 EDT). 

  You can see photos of the 'PRC319 Lite' in QRP Quarterly, Oct. 2016.  
It  weighs about 7 pounds with a 7S - 26650 LiIon battery pack. 

  Paul w0rw 
@ Ice Station Zebra, 
Colorado


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