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25/09/2009 09:55 - Huddinge Sweden

370

SM5BMD (92.32.45.---)
Tnx to you guys I was able to close the last one for SSB #338
73 ROLF

25/09/2009 08:35

369

eu0Dx (78.116.122.---)
Hi guys,

Thanks for all the efforts in bringing this new one for many hams !!!!
As said Nodir, a few suggestions that your pilots may take into account
- Please try to pay a bit more attention to the low bands (80/40m SSB). Many hams expect you there, and there hasn't been activity for the past 2 days there.
Best chances on 80m would be at 'half midnight' time, so around 22:00z for Western Europe. Another possibility is of course at your sunrise.
Try also, if possible, a bit more activity on the high bands a bit earlier (starting from 09:30-10:00) to catch some openings on 12/10m.

Once again, MANY thanks for all your efforts, enjoy the remaining weeks there, don't consider the crap comments here and there, and have a safe trip back home (without moosquitos, HI)

73

25/09/2009 03:38 - nr Toronto, Canada

368

VA3DX Glenn (67.68.36.---)
Guys;

Thanks for the big effort.... you are doing very well considering band conditions.....

Appreciate the 12 thru 80 meter qsos ... still have some hope for 160 , altho 10 meters might be a wash ...

Enjoy yourselves and ignore the wackos ...

Glenn VA3DX


25/09/2009 02:19 - Waco,TX U.S.A

367

WB5UFR WAYNE (67.198.89.---)
WILL YOUR TEAM BE ABOVE 14.175 FOR USA W5 ANYTIME?
THANKS
WB5UFR

25/09/2009 01:41 - Strathmore, Alberta, Canada

366

VE6PL GERRY LINTON (75.154.111.---)
Well, the conditions to our part of Canada have been very poor but 1500 to 1900 UTC on 17 met. has been quite good and 20 met a bit later is quite copyable. Thank you for all the hard work and effort to put this rare country on the air. It is much appreciated.
Gerry

25/09/2009 00:45 - JAPAN

365

JA5AUC TAKE (122.22.147.---)
PSE ASIA 1823.5 FT5GA 19-20:30Z CW
QSX 1810-1819

24/09/2009 23:30

364

OH5VY Jussi (91.155.220.---)
Have you forgotten 40 and 80 SSB. Not too many qsos at all.

Nodir is right. On RTTY the same stations work you on every four bands and even twice on the same band during the RTTY contest.

24/09/2009 23:24

363

Tom (193.200.150.---)
Please pay also attention to the 'Little-stations'!


Bonne chance à toute l'équipe!

Tom

24/09/2009 23:23

362

DL1DSN/Mark (217.86.165.---)
Another day without any chance for a CW QSO. And then I read you will join the RTTY contest in the weekend. Very disappointing.

24/09/2009 23:01 - JA

361

JA7COI Ichiro (210.147.5.---)
Please pick up JA7 and JA8 on high-band.
Japan is very long country. The northern top is 45N and the southern bottom is 25N.

Generally, in the southern area are better than northern area for high-band QSO.JA6-5-4-3-2-1-0 are relatively better than JA7-8.

When many southern JAs had QSOs with you, I could not hear you at all.I have met these phenomena so many times.

The best time on high-band for JA7,8 is 07:30-08:00UTC . Thank you.

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