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24/09/2009 22:38 - Keizer, OR, USA

370

ki7m (71.237.159.---)
They need to operate a station on 20 meters SSB like now but much more often. Unfortunately they showed up on the band about 1900Z which is an hour or so late for the west coast. At least the midwest and east coast can work them. They need to get on 20 SSB about 1500Z on and they will be working the world many hours. Just a little too late today.
I can't compain too much because I did work them on 17 meters at 1738Z. That band was dead to the west coast for most of their operation but openned up about 1700Z for the NW USA. The same is true of 20 meters but of course conditions are even stronger. 10,12 and 15 meters are just not being heard here and are a waist of time unless propagation improves tremendously. Just nothing coming thru from anywhere.
They should also start working 40 meters SSB about 0230Z at their sunset for several hours and they will get the western USA. Chances are 0100-0600Z will get them alot of contacts if the band holds up for them that long.
I can't tell how pleased I am to see them start working 20 SSB because 20 is the one band we all can stand a better chance on.
Terry

24/09/2009 22:29 - Huntington, NY USA

369

w2iot Alex (74.101.1.---)
Thank all of you for yourgreat effort and very hard work to please the Ham community. T3

24/09/2009 20:41 - Italy

368

I4EWH Paolo (80.181.194.---)
Excellent work! I have enjoyed it very much on SSB and CW, on high bands and low bands, now I want to give some advice: the best time to work EU on high bands is between 12 and 15 GMT, your sigs are real 9+10 and i think it is better to work EU when bands are open this way.
Good luck in the pile-up!

24/09/2009 20:29 - Dushanbe, Tajikistan

367

EY8MM Nodir (193.111.10.---) http://www.ey8mm.com
I believe that team on the island doing everything possible to give world community this rare entity and we appreciate this incredible effort.

I am very happy to log you guys on many bands and modes but I hope you can consider some of suggestions which might make this expedition even better.

Please try to have station on 20 meters operational as much as band opened. Even pile ups decrease. After working most stations with big setup or in close locations you will start working low power stations and difficult areas. That would be most important QSO's because many people hoping for single QSO and will be very happy to have all time new one.

Please pay special attention on 160 meters. A lot of topbanders are spending nights looking for qso. As you know 160 m is quite special band and please try to show up different times during night time. Please pay attention to JA sunrise and your sunrise in particular which is good for EU/NA. If your sunrise time is generator maintenance time please try to shift it. I hope that it can be arranged with military commanders. Also showing up on 160 different time will give chance to other areas where propagation peak to FR/G is not during your SR time.

Other band/modes are not that important but:
I noticed a some of QSO on 10 m with JA and South EU. Please try to show up earlier for some CQ's. May be band will show good openings to other areas. I hope to catch up you guys there about 04-05Z.

RTTY activity on many bands is good in respect of rates but probably you work same people again and again who work hard for band point competition. May be it is better to stick on one band to provide mode new one? As more stations you work on one band you will see more other layers of weaker stations. This will result more unique qsos.

I hope to see little more activity on 40 and 30 m CW as your situation permits.

And my last comment that it is just my personal thoughts and nobody knows situation better than you on the island. You are doing very important operation and we all really appreciate your efforts and dedication.

73! Nodir

24/09/2009 20:27

366

F5BNZ (84.101.36.---)
Bonsoir
J'allume la station, FT5GA est sur ( serait ) sur 30m et c'est déjà le bordel
Avant d'aller me coucher je tiens à dire que la vérole de la radio , c'est bien évidemment quelques connards ( on ne peut appeler ces faiseurs de qrm des om's )...donc je disais que la vérole de la radio ce sont

LES CLUSTERS et pas autre chose

bonne nuit et à demain

jl


24/09/2009 18:12 - italy

365

iz0egm (151.50.167.---)
thanks for the dx expedition but the time and frequenzy in few case are wrong.
example today good condition with europe at 17 utc on 17 meter (signal 5/9+10DB) but operator called all USA not europe.
i think that is goos idea to give chanche at right continent for timeable frequenzy

thank you and good job

73s

24/09/2009 18:02 - REUS, SPAIN

364

EA3NU (81.184.194.---) http://PO BOX 341
Felicidades por el EXITO que estais teniendo, 73's y DXs.

ramon-ea3nu.blogspot.com/

24/09/2009 17:31 - Derry, New Hampshire

363

K0KVR, Ray (72.71.251.---)
Thanks guys for number 322 all time new one on 15 CW. I will jkeep trying for other bands and modes. Thanks guys for the hard work and working NA on 15 meters. Great opening today to NE USA no QRM. Great job.

24/09/2009 17:30 - Alpen, Germany

362

DK9DA Heinz (80.187.109.---)
Dear Glorioso Team,

it is very hard to satisfy everyone, many OMs complain in the cluster about the operation. I want to express my thanks for your work and efforts, hope that by the end of your dxpedition there will be many stations happy to have FT5GA in the log in different modes and bands.
Good luck and hope to work you also on the higher bands soon (still miss 20, 12, 10 CW and 15, 12 & 10 SSB).

Merci

Heinz

24/09/2009 17:16

361

OE3JAG (80.121.246.---)
Dear Hams !

Vous faites un bon emploi. Il n'est pas sûrement facilement là. Ne tient pas compte des mauvaises informations dans les Clusters !

KARL - OE3JAG

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