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17 meters 8/250 18101.4+1500

Jonathan Helis
 

Calling CQ on 17meters.

Running FLDIGI on Linux Mint 19.3.

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Jonathan Helis, KB5IAV

 

Calling cw on same freq same mode same width

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On Saturday, July 18, 2020, 4:19 PM, Jonathan Helis <kb5iav@...> wrote:

Calling CQ on 17meters.

Running FLDIGI on Linux Mint 19.3.

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Jonathan Helis, KB5IAV




Jonathan Helis
 

Been calling for an hour and no takers. Switching to another mode.

On 7/18/20 3:19 PM, Jonathan Helis KB5IAV wrote:
Calling CQ on 17meters.

Running FLDIGI on Linux Mint 19.3.
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Jonathan Helis, KB5IAV

Eric
 

I'm on 10.143 now   32/1000
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From: Olivia@groups.io <Olivia@groups.io> on behalf of Jonathan Helis <kb5iav@...>
Sent: 18 July 2020 22:21
To: Olivia@groups.io <Olivia@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Olivia] 17 meters 8/250 18101.4+1500
 
Been calling for an hour and no takers. Switching to another mode.



On 7/18/20 3:19 PM, Jonathan Helis KB5IAV wrote:
> Calling CQ on 17meters.
>
> Running FLDIGI on Linux Mint 19.3.
>
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Jonathan Helis, KB5IAV




David Enteles
 

FLDIGI on Linux 20.....Good dx ...WA7OZT 

On Sat, Jul 18, 2020 at 1:19 PM Jonathan Helis <kb5iav@...> wrote:
Calling CQ on 17meters.

Running FLDIGI on Linux Mint 19.3.

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73,

Jonathan Helis, KB5IAV




Dave_G0WBX
 

Considering this is 17m, that frequency is generally full of FT8 over
here.  (Or QRM from central heating boiler fan drivers.)

It would be wise to choose a frequency well away from the FT8/FT4 noises
at least.

73.

Dave G0WBX.


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