Thanks for that!
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I've put them in my organiser,
--- In ukmicrowaves@..., Robert Price <g8dtf@...> wrote:
The weather is almost always a challenge. I was lucky with the weather at the weekend, just a little windy.
These are the dates and times of the 10GHz contests for the rest of the year.
May 1st 10GHz Cumulative 31-May 0900 - 2000Jun 2nd 10GHz Cumulative 21-Jun 0900 - 2000Jul 3rd 10GHz Cumulative 26-Jul 0900 - 2000Aug 4th 10GHz Cumulative 23-Aug 0900 - 2000Sep 5th 10GHz Cumulative 27-Sep 0900 - 2000Oct
We may be able to have a more local contact at the beginning of August as I am planning a holiday in Cork, Kerry and Clare in early August and I want to bring the 10GHz gear over.
From: Tony Gallagher <tony_g_ireland@...>
Sent: Monday, 4 May, 2009 16:48:06
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Re: Ghz in EI on Sunday
Yeah, certainly wasnt easy! It was windy and occasionly rainy. What are the best contests or activity weekends to look out for? I have the calender from the RGSB website, but as an outing to 3 rock is 6 hours return trip from my qth I only want to do that journey when I there's going to be activity.
t--- In ukmicrowaves@ yahoogroups. com, Robert Price <g8dtf@> wrote:
Well done on the first 3cm contact. I'll have to have a go a working you at 3 rock from Winter Hill. I couldn't get up the hill today unfortunately.
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From: Tony Gallagher <tony_g_ireland@ ...>
To: ukmicrowaves@ yahoogroups. com
Sent: Sunday, 3 May, 2009 16:50:11
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Ghz in EI on Sunday
Just finished up on 3 rock in Dublin and I'm delighted to say I've had my first qso on 10Ghz with GD0EMG. Also, my first qso's on 23cm outside of EI including GM4CXM, G3VKV, G4EAT, G4PBP.
Looking forward to the next Ghz contest!!! :)
432MHz & up Arranged by VHFCC 3-Oct to 4-Oct 1400 - 1400