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QSOmonth - February 2009

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Low bands seem still to be in a good shape. Winter conditions are not yet over, though it hasn’t been that cold as it used to be when younger (or is it just golden memories..).
Once in a while a good dx is caught. This month it was K5D, Desecheo Island, on 20m cw just with less than 5 minutes of calling.

QSOing started with FW5RE on 40m cw on the 1st February and ended 28th February with G7ERX/P at Gatwick airport on 80m ssb.

February QSO statistics:

DX 96 (86 on cw, 10 on ssb)
EU 47 (37 on cw, 10 on ssb)
QSO total 143 (123 on cw, 20 on ssb)

80m 57 (48 on cw, 9 on ssb)
40m 53 (43 on cw, 10 on ssb)
30m 7 (7 on cw, – on ssb)
20m 26 (25 on cw, 1 on ssb)

Band highlights:
80m VQ9, JW
40m FW5, KP2, VQ9
30m 6W1
20m R1ANC, V8,HC2,J7, K5D

Last Updated on Monday, 18 January 2010 17:58  

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