Bill McLaughlin wrote:
Hi Ed,First off, thanks to all who tried to connect. KI8AF was the weakest and the only one to successfully connect. WB2HVF was the strongest, but we never did connect. Then a MFSK-16 station opened up right on frequency, so I moved up band a little. Only to be clobbered by a RTTY station calling CQ. I have my TX locked, but I noticed my AFC had to move quite a bit to copy some of you.
Here is the lineup for tomorrow. I'll be on 3578.5 +1500 at 5:00 A.M EST in the morning. If that QRG is busy Ill try 3576.0 +1500 and will CQ and beacon for an hour PSK63. The evening foray will depend on the YL's plans.
I was dismayed to see that one of the offending MFSK-16 stations is a member of this list. Hopefully the QRM was unintentional.
Good night all...73 and thanks again.
Using fldigi/flarq Linux version of NBEMS