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DG9MAQ in JN58lj     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Here is my Meteor-Scatter Report LEONIDS 2002:
19.11.2002  
Locator: JN58LJ  
Ant: 9 El. X-Yagi F9FT hor., 12m over Ground, 465 m asl. 
PA: 4CX250B abt 275W
  
00:56 UT  I8MPO     JN70FP  905km  59/59  c
02:04 UT  OH1AYQ    KP12JB  1688km 36/--  nc
03:00 UT  YO3FFF/P  KN24ND  1184km 59/59  c
03:23 UT  F6BSJ     JN26HP  513km  59/59  Tropo :-)
03:42 UT EA6/DL6SAQ JN20CA  1074km 59/59  c 
04:33 UT  ES2CM     KO29DJ  1496km 59/37  c
04:44 UT EA6/DL1SAN JN10WB  1083km 59/59  c
05:03 UT  EA6FB     JM08PV  1309km 37/27  c
06:22 UT EA6/DL1GGT JM29CX  1078km 59/59  c
07:34 UT  EI2CA/P   IO43??  1628km 26/37  c
07:51 UT  G0NFA     IO91SG  877km  59/--  nc
08:00 UT  EI5FK     IO51RV  1437km 59/57  c
10:28 UT  SM3VAC    JP83VA  1678km 36/--  nc
all QSO's SSB 144 MHz
  
I heard many others like T94DU, TK5EP, YM3XC, EA3DXU, IK4PMB, RN6BN, ES1MM, 
ES2CM, LA8G, IZ1EPM, OY9JD, SM7OVK, RX1AS, IK0BZY, 9H1CG, LA8KV, LY2BAW, 
LA0BY, ES2QH, OH1AYQ, SM3AFT, UT5JCW, UR5LX, G0VVE, G4ASR, SM0KAK, LA8KV, 
SM0IAK, 9A1CAL/P, EA7RM 
You can get some Soundfiles of my QSO's or some Pileup on my Homepage:
http://www.qsl.net/dg9maq/
vy 73, Raimund DG9MAQ

LA0BY/p in JO59ix     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
LA0BY in JO59IX wkd via MS on 144 MHz:

2002-11-19
0145       IW2HAJ    JN45NO  39  39  1b  C r SSB 1602km
0200-0215  LA5TFA    KP09JQ  38  38  6b  C SSB 1177km
0224       S50C      JN76JG  39  27  1b  C r SSB 1548km
0230-0233  EI2CA/p   IO43    39  38  3b  C SSB 1494km
0331       F6APE     IN97    38  37  1b  C r SSB 1578km
0345       RK3AF     KO85UR  39  59  1b  C r SSB 1653km
0351       S53J      JN75EV  37  37  1b  C r SSB 1585km
0401       UA3MAG    KO97VP  37  37  1b  C r SSB 1681km
0406       RA3PG     KO84TD  38  49  1b  C r SSB 1737km
0429       UA3DJG    KO95CN  39  37  1b  C r SSB 1689km
0447       RU3ACE    KO95KG  38  59  1b  C r SSB 1742km
0455       OK2PIN    JN99AJ  38  38  1b  C r SSB 1266km
0458       9A2RD     JN65TF  48  59  1b  C r SSB 1652km
0505       HB9FAP    JN46EW  38  27  1b  C r SSB 1458km
0531       HB9FAP    JN46EW  59  59  1b  C r SSB 1458km
0555       DL2IAN/p  JN49BC  39  39  1b  C r SSB 1220km
0644       HA5OV     JN97NJ  39  59  1b  C r SSB 1502km
0652       DK9NCX    JN59BT  39  59  1b  C r SSB 1131km
0654       IK2YXK    JN45OP  39  39  1b  C r SSB 1597km
0708       S57EA     JN76HE  39  37  1b  C r SSB 1555km
0708       S53VV     JN65UM  38  37  1b  C r SSB 1620km
0713       9A3PA     JN85EG  39  38  1b  C r SSB 1678km
0737       F6FHP     IN94TR  59  57  1b  C r SSB 1850km
0828-0838  S52EZ     JN86DT  37  37  3b  C r SSB 1509km
0833       YU1EV     KN04CN  59  59  1b  C r SSB 1828km
0833       YU1IO     KN04IQ  39  59  1b  C r SSB 1826km
0842       IK0BZY    JN61GW  37  59  1b  C r SSB 2010km
0843       9A3JH     JN75AD  39  39  1b  C r SSB 1664km
0856       F6GGF     JN18CT  38  37  1b  C r SSB 1356km
1145       OE1SOW    JN88FF  39  39  1b  C r SSB 1358km

NC: OE5LD, 9A4VM, ES2CM, 9A2VR, UR3EE, DL8EBW
NIL (skeds): EA3DUY, EA6/DL6SAQ, RA3IS, RA1QA, EB1EHO
HRD: EI4DQ, F1CYH, F1DUZ, F6BEG, F6CRP, F6KHM, F9OE, G4ASR, 
G4RRA, G4ZTR, HA8V, I1JTQ, IK4PMB, IK7UXY, IV3HWT, IZ1BPN, 
LZ2FO, OE8HBQ, OM3RM, ON7CL, RA3LEC, RX1AS, TK5EP, UR5LX 

The astronomers managed to predict the times for the maxima
also this year. However, the first maxumum at about 04 UTC 
was clearly weaker than predicted (or hoped for). The second
maximum predicted at 1030 UTC was probably there, but again
quite weak, at least in Europe.

Quite annoying, I suffered from much noise and QRM. There were 
several stations active in the Oslo area, and some of them 
were not very acquainted with the operating procedures. Those 
were calling continuously without following any periods, and 
their breaks were not easy to identify. Then I had a pulsed 
broadband noise centered exactly on the SSB MS calling 
frequency (+/- 40 kHz). It blocked perhaps 50% of my receive 
period with S9 signals! This explains why my response was a
bit slow sometimes...

I worked only 29 stations this year, but I was also searching
harder for new stations/squares and calling less myself. This
strategy paid off towards the East, where 5 stations from UA3
made it into the log. Thanks a lot for all contacts, guys!

My equipment was 2 x 9-ele-yagi and 180 W output power. Nice
weather but freezing cold (-2 deg C) and a little windy.

DF2ZC in JO30rn     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
This is my report from Leonids 2002. Though I worked some new squares (KP55,
KP24, JM29, IO43) which add up to 555 altogether now, I am a bit
disappointed
with the shower. Personally I feel like last years Leonids brought much
better reflexions. Also the "maximum" was not very strong this year, at
least
not as strong as expected and way beyond 1998's maximum.

Sadly cloudy skies here, so no visual show.

73 Bernd
---------------------------
DF2ZC (JO30RN) www.df2zc.de
---------------------------
144 MHz WAC

Kenwood TS 2000
2 x GU74b by LZ2US www.qsl.net/lz2us
4 x 17 el F9FT full elevation
MGF 1302 in masthead www.shf-elektronik.de
JUDSP dsp filter www.qsl.net/dk6ju/d_handbuch/manual0.html
Spectrum Lab FFT signal detection by DL4YHF www.qsl.net/dl4yhf
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   DATE    TIME        CALLSIGN     LOCATOR TX  RX   MODE  QRB    REMARKS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
17/11/2002 00:00-00:18 OH8K         KP55AS  26  27   MFSK  2122   CS
17/11/2002 00:35-00:41 EA6/DL6SAQ   JN20CA  27  R27  MFSK  1199   CR
18/11/2002 03:00-03:55 OH6HFX       KP24IA  27  R27  CW    1807   CS
18/11/2002 04:22-04:25 9A1CAL/P     JN82IW  27  27   MFSK  1100   CR
18/11/2002 11:00-11:45 EA5/DJ4UF    JM08BR  27  26   MFSK  1436   CR  1)
18/11/2002 23:20-23:35 OM3WBC       JN98VG  27  R27  MFSK   926   CR
18/11/2002 23:45-23:52 EW6GB        KO45CN  27  R27  MFSK  1486   CR
19/11/2002 00:00-00:45 RA1QA        KO99WF  --  --   MFSK  2256   NIL
19/11/2002 00:46       IK0BZY       JN61GW  37  59   SSB   1035   CR  1b
19/11/2002 01:00-01:30 RN6BN        KN95LC  --  --   MFSK  2407   NIL
19/11/2002 02:42       EA6/DL1GGT   JM29CX  37  37   SSB   1203   CR  1b
19/11/2002 02:49       UT5EKC       KN78    59  59   SSB   1991+- CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:02       TK5EP        JN41IW  39  59   SSB    964   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:22       EI2CA/P      IO43    37  38   SSB   1297+- CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:28       SM2GCR       JP93TK  59  59   SSB   1603   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:29       OH5LK        KP30ON  59  59   SSB   1655   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:30       OH5LIZ       KP30JU  39  39   SSB   1654   CR  1b 2)
19/11/2002 03:48       LY2BAW       KO25KA  59  59   SSB   1267   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:48       ES2RJ        KO29JM  39  59   SSB   1479   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:53       EA6/DL1SAN   JN10WB  39  59   SSB   1200   CR  1b
19/11/2002 03:55       LZ1KWT       KN32AS  37  39   SSB   1654   CR  1b
19/11/2002 04:20-04:50 SV5BYR       KM46CF  --  --   MFSK  2297   NIL
19/11/2002 04:40       YO3FFF/P     KN24    59  59   SSB          C?R 1b 3)
19/11/2002 04:55       OH1XT        KP01UK  39  39   SSB   1492   CR  1b
19/11/2002 08:16       YT1VV        JN94US  39  59   SSB   1118   CR  1b

CR: Random QSO, complete
CS: Sked QSO, complete

1) DF2ZC using just 20 watts out
2) Can't read my own writing, could also be OH5LID
3) QRM

DL8EBW in JO31nf     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
*       DL 8 EBW - DL66a / JO31NF    Aktivitaetsbericht  144 MS        
 
* DATE  *           *      *     *      *   *   *      *      *        
*
* TIME  *   CALL    * LOC  *  TX *  RX  * B * P *  SEC * MODE *   STAT 
*
 
14-09-2002
0000-0030  RA3LW      KO54                              FSK   NIL   
21-09-2002  
0650-0800  TA/DH7FB   KN30    26          3   5    1,0  HSCW  NC-Rnd  
02-10-2002
0345-0510  G0KZG/MM   IN39   R27    26    6  14    1,5  HSCW  NC
06-10-2002
0505-0546  G0KZG/MM   IN18   R26    26    9  21    1,0  HSCW  C # 
14-10-2002
0400-0426  OH8UV/DH3YAK KP34 R26   R26    4  11    1,5  HSCW  C 1890km 
15-10-2002
0350-0436  G0KZG/MM   IN39   R26    27    8  11    1,0  HSCW  C # *2
17-10-2002
0000-0042  OH7UV      KP33   R27   R28    4   8    0,8  HSCW  C 1801km
19-10-2002
1251-1350  G0KZG/MM   IN49   R26   R26    6   8    0,6  HSCW  C # *2
21-10-2002
0350-0416  G0KZG/MM   IO50   R26    26    8   6    1,0  HSCW  C # *2
17-11-2002
0500-0530  UR3EE      KN88                              HSCW  NIL 2112km
1200-1421  OH8K       KP55   R27   R27    7   3    0,2  FSK   C # 2070km
18-11-2002
0300-0432  OH8K       KP55   R26    27    3   8    2,0  HSCW  C   2070km
0447-0453  YU7KB      JN94    27   R26    M   M    1,0  FSK   C-Rnd  
0500-0530  UR3EE      KN88                              HSCW  NIL 2112km
0608-0614  9A1CAL/p   JN82    27   R27    3   M    3,0  FSK   C-Rnd 
0647-0657  F1JG       JN23   R27    26    8   M    1,0  FSK   C-Rnd 
0714-0718  F1ODA      JN13   R27    27    4   M    0,4  FSK   C-Rnd 
0725-0738  OH6KTL     KP02    26   R28    4   2    0,2  FSK   C      
0739-0752  OH3KLJ     KP21   R27    26    6   2    1,5  FSK   C-Rnd 
0833-0909  F1FIH      JN23    28   R27    M   M    2,0  FSK   C-Rnd 
0913-0933  EA5/DJ4UF  JM08    27   R36    4   1    1,0  FSK   NC-Rnd
0952-1035  OH6MRD     KP12   R37    27    2   3   21    FSK   NC-Rnd
1059-1106  SM1BSA     JO97    27   R26    M   M    2,0  FSK   C-Rnd 
1432-1440  EA6/DL6SAQ JN20    27   R28    5   2    2,0  FSK   C-Rnd 
1545-1610  OM3WBC     JN98    27   R26    5   3    0,4  FSK   NC-Rnd
19-11-2002
0135-0136  YM3XC      KN30    29   R26    1       15    SSB   C-Rnd # 
0138-0145  LZ1KWT     KN22    39          M   M   30    SSB   NC-Rnd  
0300-0330  RA1QA      KO99                              HSCW  NIL 2229km
0338-0339  EI2CA/p    IO43    38   R39    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd
0345-0354  EA6/DL1SAN JN10    27   R59    5   M   45    SSB   C-Rnd
0428-0432  EA6/DL1GGT JM29    27   R59    4   2   15    SSB   C-Rnd 
0435-0436  9A2VR      JN95   R37    59    1       20    SSB   C-Rnd
0438-0439  UT5JCW     KN64   R59    59    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd
0439-0440  UT5ER      KN78    39   R29    1       45    SSB   C-Rnd
0500-0525  UR3EE      KN88   R26    27    8   5    3,0  HSCW  C # 2112km 
0548-0549  T94DU      JN95    59   R59    1       15    SSB   C-Rnd
0555-0556  I8MPO      JN70    59   R59    1       45    SSB   C-Rnd
0602-0610  IW2DVK/p   JN80   R59   R59    4       35    SSB   C-Rnd
0613-0614  S51DI      JN76    26   R59    1       45    SSB   C-Rnd
0613-0614  HA5OV      JN97    39   R59    1       40    SSB   C-Rnd
0624-0625  YU1OK      KN14   R29    29    1       35    SSB   C-Rnd
0625-0626  LZ2FO      KN13    29   R59    1       60    SSB   C-Rnd
0625-0626  9A3PA      JN85   R39    38    1       15    SSB  NC-Rnd no
RRR
0700-0730  SV5BYR     KM46                              FSK   NIL 2356km
0736-0737  UR5LX      KO70    39   R59    1       45    SSB   C-Rnd
0742-0743  T94DU      JN94   R59    59    1       60    SSB   C-Rnd
0742-0743  S51DX      JN75   R59   R59    1       60    SSB   C-Rnd
0814-0815  IK7UXY     JN90    39   R59    1       45    SSB   C-Rnd
0817-0818  YU1IO      KN04    29   R59    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd
0822-0823  YT1VV      JN94   R59    59    1       90    SSB   C-Rnd
0823-0824  YZ1KU      KN04    49   R49    1       50    SSB   C-Rnd
0842-0844  LA0BY      JO59   R49   R49    1       90    SSB  NC-Rnd no
RRR
0842-0844  YU7EW      KN04    49   R59    1       90    SSB   C-Rnd
0909-0910  I5TWK/p    JN70    29   R59    1       70    SSB   C-Rnd
0950-0951  F1SA       JN28   R39    59    1       50    SSB   C-Rnd SC
0959-1000  LA6MV      JO59   R39   R39    1       35    SSB   C-Rnd
1021-1022  RX1AS      KO59    39   R39    1       20    SSB   C-Rnd
1022-1023  ES2NA      KO29   R29   R59    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd
1032-1033  LZ5UV      KN12    28   R59    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd
1102-1103  G4ASR      IO81   R26    26    1       20    SSB   C-Rnd  BS
1115-1116  GM1XOI     IO85   R29    29    1       30    SSB   C-Rnd  BS

*************************************************************************
Remarks: #   :  new SQUARE for me  
         *SC :  Sidescatter-QSO (my antenna beaming to radiant)  
         *1  :  I did use QRP for these MS tests (30-40Watts)  
         *2  :  Andy used only 50W due to failed power amplifier! 
*************************************************************************
LEONIDS 2002
Some words about these event. Far Out of from all predictions I took 2 
days off and got qrv from my hill in front of the city. I was qrv from
17-11 13UT to 19-11 13UT. In first 2 days condx was really terrible and
I was qrv first time longer on FSK441 - a nice tool for running qsos
outside any shower (every ping completes qsos, hi) but still not fixed
procedures and cluster qsos makes these mode not an optimum one. 
Completed with the OH8K gang first in 2 1/2hours in FSK441 (17.11) and 
than with 3burst in 1 1/2h in HSCW (2070km)
After a bit of sleep, I got on at 01UT on 19.11. and was lucky to find 
Andy YM3XC KN30FC in SSB on .200 direct as a new one - after 1hour,
condx
in SSB dropped again... - a maximum was seen here at 03-05UTC -
completed
UR3EE over 2112km while one hour later the reflections went down.
A second peak (as prediced) was not seen in my QTH! 
So many thanks for all nice qso and was a pleasure and a lot of fun 
again to be qrv over such long time!!!
 
************************************************************************* 
 TXRIG : ICOM IC-275-H , 144MHz 11 el DL6WU  PA: GU74b (*1 50W @TV time)
         DTR-MS tape recorder (made by DF7KF), ETM9C (RX/TX max 3500lpm)
 RXRIG : ICOM IC-275-H , 144MHz 11 el DL6WU , MGF1302 
         DTR-MS tape recorder (made by DF7KF), 
	 as well for propagation studies:
         ICOM PCR1000 , SONY PRO-80 , SONY ST-S361 RDS   
 Ant   : 3 el horz. Konni B1  (+ BF900 B1)
         7 el horz. + 7el vert. Konni B2  (+ BF981 B2)
	 23el Log Periodic but under roof - fixed QTF 90°
 PC    : Laptop with RDS-V2.0 (UKW/TV-Arbeitskreis der AGDX)

 ALL INFOS ARE WELCOME VIA VHFNet or PR (BBS DB0NDK)
73 de     D L 8 E B W  Guido (Guy)

S53VV in JN65um     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
S53VV - Leonids report 
UL:       JN65UM 
Asl:      75m 
Power:    250W 
Antenna:  16el LY 
Worked on 19. Nov. 2002, SSB, all Random (except PD2DB 
and PD1ANQ on sked) completed in one burst:   

 GMT      Call              Sent  Rcvd        UL 
0338     YM3XC               27    37       KN30FC      #454 
0353     EB3DYS              39    39       JN11CK 
0432     EA6/DL1SAN          59    59       JN10WB      #455 
0449     PD2DB               26    59       JO22MD      Sked   
0456     PD1ANQ              27    27       JO31EW      Sked  
0530     EA6/DL6SAQ          27    27       JN20CA 
0532     GM4JJJ              39    39       IO86GB 
0558     RZ6BU               59    59       KN84PX 
0601     ES2RJ               37    37       KO29JM 
0604     SP2OFW              37    37       JO93AC 
0623     EI2CA/p             27    38       IO43 
0631     EA6/DL1GTT          37    59       JM29CX 
0636     F8DBF               27    27       IN78RI 
0708     LA0BY               37    38       JO59FW 
1002     DL1EJA              38    38       JO31DS 
1002     F9SE                59    59         ? 
1005     F6BKV               39    39         ? 
1015     GM4ILS              37    55       IO87IP 
1150     SM6CMU              37    37       JO57XK 

Heard among others: DL8EBW, DF2ZC, G3LTF, G4DEZ,  
G0HAS, I8MPO (backscatter), SM0IKR, SK7MW, F6APE,  
F4CYH?, ES6RQ (FSK441), GW4VEQ, F6EAS, ...    

See You in next shower or on Sporadic Meteors.  
Skeds HSCW, FSK441 or SSB are much appreciated.   
73, GL!  Stane, S53VV

S55AW in JN75kx     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
S55AW, JN75KX

18112002
15.00-15.23	EA6/DL6SAQ	JN20	26	26	S	FSK	C
18.00-19.00	OH6HFX	KP24	-	-	S	HSCW	NC
21.00-21.25	F6BEE	JN08	26	26	S	FSK	C
22.00-23.00	OH8NXE	KN25	-	-	S	HSCW	NC

19112002
01.30-02.02	SV5BYR	KM46	26	26	S	FSK	C
02.27-02.31	YM3XC	KN30	37	37	R	SSB	C
02.37	UA3DHC	KO96	37	59	R	SSB	C
02.44	RA3QTT	LO01	37	59	R	SSB	C
02.48	RN6MT	KN97	37	37	R	SSB	C
O3.33	UT5JCW	KN64	37	59	R	SSB	C
03.40	UY2QQ	KN77	37	59	R	SSB	C
03.46	UA6MA	KN97	37	37	R	SSB	C
03.51	EA7RM	IM87	37	38	R	SSB	C
03.57	RA4AOR	LN29	37	37	R	SSB	C
04.00	UY5HF	KN66	37	37	R	SSB	C
04.00	RZ6BU	KN84	37	59	R	SSB	C
04.00	RW3WR	KO71	37	59	R	SSB	C
04.05	YL2BIL	KO24	37	37	R	SSB	C
04.07	YO3JW	KN34	37	59	R	SSB	C
04.22	ES1MM	KO29	37	37	R	SSB	C
04.35	EA6/DL1SAN	JN10	59	59	R	SSB	C
04.54	YO3FFF/P	KN24	59	59	R	SSB	C
04.54	LZ/OM1TF		59	59	R	SSB	C
04.54	YO8DDP	KN36	59	59	R	SSB	C
04.55	UR5LX	KO70	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.15	RW3WR	KO71	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.18	RV6LJK	KN97	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.18	RV3ZR	KO80	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.19	UR5GIM	KN76	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.20	UY5HF	KN66	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.23	UT5EKC	KN78	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.49	UR7GG	KN66	59	59	R	SSB	C
05.50	UT7QF	KN77	37	59	R	SSB	C
05.58	UR3EE	KN88	59	59	R	SSB	C
06.15	ON4PS	JO20	59	59	R	SSB	C
06.18	EA6/DL1GGT	JM29	59	59	R	SSB	C
06.00-06.28	EI2CA/P	IO43	37	28	R	SSB	C
06.30-07.00	GM4VVX	IO78	-	-	S	SSB	NC
06.54	F5APQ	JO00	37	59	R	SSB	C
07.30-07.47	RN6BN	KN95	37	37	S	SSB	C
08.03	G7RAU	IO90	59	59	R	SSB	C
08.44	RA3AQ	KO85	59	59	R	SSB	C
09.37	HB9FAP	JN46	59	59	R	SSB	C
09.55	GM1XOI	IO85	37	37	R	SSB	C
10.00-10.10	DJ8MS	JO63	26	26	S	FSK	C
10.26	GW8JLY	IO81	59	59	R	SSB	C
10.28&10.37	F6CRP	IN96	37	27	R	SSB	C
10.37	F1EBN	JN18	37	37	R	SSB	C
11.19	F6KHM	IN78	37	37	R	SSB	C

NIL in skeds: sm6vtz, ea1yv, ua4aql, rn6hw, oh7ma
NC on RND: ew1rz, g0xdi, dl6yeh, ea3dxu, yo4rfv

I spent most of time working towards East. I had high 
static noise for the several hours during the peak with 
some clear time windows. 

Rig: TS950+XVRT, 800W, 4x15		

73 Stanko, s55aw
http://www.qsl.net/s55aw/

G4ASR in IO81mx     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
G4ASR (IO81MX) made the following 144MHz SSB contacts
during the Leonid meteor shower on 19 November 2002.

Kenwood TS-790E transceiver, miComm (DB6NT) L145P LNA,
400W, 18-element DL6WU 5.2wl Yagi at 25 metres. 
Used Heil headset with 'DX' microphone insert.

QTH is 233 metres, 3km from the Black Mountains (GW).

UTC   Freq    Call              Tx  Rx  Loc       QRB     DXCC
0306 144.206 SM2GCR     27  27  JP93TK 1832km  Sweden
0332 144.207 OK2PIN     26  37 JN99AJ 1501km  Czech 
0332 144.207 OE8HBQ     36  36 JN76KP 1417km  Austria
0332 144.207 9A2VR      37  37 JN95FQ 1708km  Croatia
0348 144.214 LY2BIL     37  37  KO24PQ 1887km  Lithuania
0357 144.227 SP9OJQ     37  39 JN99IW 1529km  Poland
0358 144.227 S54G       37  37 JN65TM 1407km  Slovenia
0400 144.210 OK2PIN     36  59 JN99AJ 1501km  Czech 
0405 144.205 9A1CAL/P   37  37 JN82IW 1780km  Croatia
0409 144.222 DL8UCC     37  37 JO71EQ 1190km  Germany
0413 144.222 OK2MWR     37  59 JN99HQ 1531km  Czech 
0416 144.222 DC6AO      37  37  ?????? xxxxkm  Germany
0417 144.222 SM5CUI     37  37 JO89VX 1557km  Sweden
0420 144.222 OH2GCU     37  57 KP10VD 1877km  Finland
0421 144.222 OH7HDU     37  37 KP32RD 2133km  Finland
0428 144.222 SP2CNW     36  57 JO93BG 1425km  Poland
0428 144.222 SM3VAC     37  57 JP83VA 1730km  Sweden
0432 144.222 SM2GCR     37  37  JP93TK 1832km  Sweden
0434 144.298 ES2NA      37  37  KO29JL 1908km  Estonia
0438 144.207 LA8KV      37  37  JP52QQ 1462km  Norway
0457 144.200 OH6MAZ     37  37  KP21IG 1964km  Finland
0500 144.210 SM1A       37  37  JO97FK 1496km  Sweden
0517 144.209 SM2CKR     37  37  KP03DQ 1875km  Sweden
0555 144.209 RX1AS      26  37  KO59FX 2234km  Russia
0601 144.205 SP6GVU     37  37  JO81LC 1376km  Poland
0602 144.205 DL9MS      59  59  JO54WC 1017km  Germany
0602 144.205 DL1MAJ     27  59  JN68AH 1141km  Germany
0623 144.155 EA6/DL6SAQ 59  59  JN20CA 1440km  Balearic
0631 144.207 IW2HAJ     57  59  JN45NO 1132km  Italy
0631 144.207 IW0GPN     59  59  JN62FB 1601km  Italy
0631 144.207 I8MPO      59  59  JN70FP 1830km  Italy
0637 144.200 TK5EP      37  37  JN41IW 1421km  Corsica
0652 144.198 SP1EOI     37  37  JN73GN 1601km  Poland
0652 144.198 HA5KDQ     37  37  JN97LN 1641km  Hungary
0711 144.194 IK7UXY     37  37  JN90DC 2092km  Italy
0711 144.194 IV3HWT     37  37  JN65ST 1383km  Italy
0722 144.204 LA5KO      36  36  JO59FH 1168km  Norway
0731 144.204 S52EZ      37  37 JN86DT 1501km  Slovenia
0735 144.204 IV3CWI     37  37 JN66OC 1343km  Italy
0741 144.200 OH1XT      26  26 KP01UK 1820km  Finland
0805 144.203 SK4BX      27  27 JO79OF 1390km  Sweden
0809 144.210 OH0JFP     36  55 KP00   1685km  Aland Is
0814 144.204 9A3JH      36  39 JN75AD 1460km  Croatia
0824 144.300 S51WX      36  36 JN75OS 1492km  Slovenia
0843 144.200 HA5OV      39  39 JN97NJ 1661km  Hungary
0844 144.206 HA6ZB      36  59 JN97   1650km  Hungary
0852 144.213 IK2YXK     36  39  JN45OP 1133km  Italy
0852 144.216 OK2POI     26  59 JN99BL 1504km  Czech 
0852 144.216 DL2ARD     36  39 JO60AR 1050km  Germany
0859 144.220 OK2PYA     26  27 JN79TJ 1336km  Czech 
0926 144.197 IW2HAJ     36  59 JN45NO 1132km  Italy
0929 144.205 S51ZO      59  59 JN86DR 1506km  Slovenia
1035 144.209 S50C       59  59 JN76JG 1434km  Slovenia
1104 144.205 DL8EBW     26  26 JO31NF  701km  Germany
1119 144.203 I1JTQ      27  27 JN35UB 1097km  Italy
1119 144.203 9A1CAL/P   59  59 JN82IW 1780km  Croatia

Longest DX contacts
RX1AS  (KO59) 2234km,
OH7HDU (KP32) 2133km,
IK7UXY (JN90) 2092km,
OH6MAZ (KP21) 1964km,
ES2NA  (KO29) 1908km,
LY2BIL (KO24) 1887km.

DXCC Countries = 17 
DL, EA6, ES, HA, I, LA, LY, OE, OH,
OH0, OK, RX, SM, SP, S5, TK, 9A. 

Also heard these stations
DJ3LE (JO33), DK3BU (JO33), ES2QH (KO29), F4AZF (JN38),
HB9FAP (JN46), I5WBE (JN53), LA3DV (JO49), OM3CM (KN08),
SP2OFW (JO93), SP6HED (JO80), S57EA (JN76) and others.

Best of all was hearing OH8K (KP55) three times during the night.
The distance is 2396 kilometres. Nothing from YM3XC (2600kms).

I was QRV from 0100 UTC but spent the first 2-hours looking outside
for visuals. Active on the 50MHz & 144MHz bands between 0300-1200 UTC.
I sensed a good peak in meteor activity between 0350-0500 UTC.
Also 0600-0730 UTC was good. Perhaps more casual operators at this time. 

I hope to meet you all again in the next meteor shower or aurora!

David / G4ASR

PS Actually the next aurora was tonight 20 November!

DX worked on 144MHz CW included DL/UT8AL (JO43), SM0KAK (JO89),
EI2TAA (IO42 - nice square!). Heard LA3BO and YL3AG.

OE3FVU in JN78ue     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Hi all,

here are the QSOs worked by OE3FVU - JN78ue - during Leonids 2002s. i still
need locators from
a few stations : I8MBO; YT1VP; RY9DDP; RZ3AF. So if anyone knows them, keep
me informed please !
And if anyone needs me or my square, I would be very pleased to make a sked.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------
      DATE     TIME CALLSIGN        LOCATOR TX       RX       MODE REMARKS
QRB
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------
1  17/11/2002 18:39 ES5RY           KO38IJ  26       R37      FSK  DXCC 43 #
1346
2  18/11/2002 07:06 SM7EOI          JO86FP  36       R26      FSK  #
942
3  18/11/2002 07:06 F6AFJI          JNØ6HT  R26      26       FSK  #
1141
4  18/11/2002 17:41 PA1BVM          JO21RI  R26      26       FSK  #
815
5  18/11/2002 22:00 OH3AWW          KP11TL  26       R26      FSK  #
1559
6  19/11/2002 00:20 RW3PF           KO93CD  26       R27      FSK  #
1670
7  19/11/2002 00:40 RA3LE           KO64AR  26       R37      FSK  #
1340
8  19/11/2002 00:42 RA3IS           KO76WT  26       r37      FSK  #
1658
9  19/11/2002 01:40 GW3LEW          IO71PS  R26      26       FSK
1507
10 19/11/2002 02:38 RA3DQ           KO85US  59       59       SSB
1715
11 19/11/2002 02:44 I8MBO                   59       59       SSB
backscatter    0
12 19/11/2002 02:48 YL3AG           KO26AW  59       59       SSB
1122
13 19/11/2002 02:48 RK3AF           KO85QR  59       59       SSB
1694
14 19/11/2002 02:50 RA3ABZ          KO85MM  59       59       SSB
1667
15 19/11/2002 02:50 I8MPO           JN7ØFP  59                SSB
backscatter  844
16 19/11/2002 03:07 EA3DXU          JN11CM  59       59       SSB
backscatter 1294
17 19/11/2002 03:09 LY2BAW          KO25KA  59       59       SSB  #
987
18 19/11/2002 03:39 YU1LA           KNØ4FR  59       59       SSB
529
19 19/11/2002 03:44 LZ1KWT          KN22TK  59                SSB  DXCC 44 #
1003
20 19/11/2002 03:59 UT5JCW          KN64SN  59       59       SSB
1422
21 19/11/2002 04:14 RW3WR           KO71IM  59       59       SSB  #
1407
22 19/11/2002 04:14 SP9AI           JN99MT  59       59       SSB  tropo ?
303
23 19/11/2002 04:16 OH5LK           KP3ØON  59       59       SSB  #
1559
24 19/11/2002 04:18 RK3AF           KO85QR  59       59       SSB
1694
25 19/11/2002 04:19 RV3IG           KO87OT  59       59       SSB  #
1780
26 19/11/2002 04:26 UA3MBJ          KO88SA  59       59       SSB
1808
27 19/11/2002 04:30 RK3AF           KO85QR  59       59       SSB
1694
28 19/11/2002 04:30 YT1VP                   59       59       SSB
backscatter    0
29 19/11/2002 04:30 RV3ZR           KO8ØCL  59       59       SSB  #
1502
30 19/11/2002 04:45 RY9DDP                  59       59       SSB
0
31 19/11/2002 04:45 ES2QH           KO29LL  59       59       SSB
1391
32 19/11/2002 04:45 F6CRP           IN96KE  59       59       SSB
backscatter 1288
33 19/11/2002 04:45 RA3LE           KO64AR  59       59       SSB
1340
34 19/11/2002 05:02 UT5ER           KN78ER  59       59       SSB  #
1374
35 19/11/2002 05:02 RA3QTT          LOØ1GQ  59       59       SSB  #  ODX
1809
36 19/11/2002 05:02 UR3EE           KN88DC  59       59       SSB  #
1522
37 19/11/2002 08:01 PD2DB           JO22MD  r26      27       SSB
877
38 19/11/2002 08:25 RZ3AF                   r26      26       FSK
0

# indicates new square

NC :
Skeds OH8K (NIL); GM4VVX (NIL); F4CKV (Cancelled due to QRM); PE9PE (NIL)
Random 9A1CAL/P and Z32UC (both probably too close and poor take off dir
South)
Heard : OY9JD; YM3XC; EW; YO; EA6; 9H; LA; SM; PA; ON; DL; etc.
73 - Franz

TK5EP in JN41iw     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Hi All,
All in all, a good shower for me.
I've made 150 complete QSOs, plus several which have been made twice in the 
pileups.
I did'nt look for new squares and DXCC, as i prefer to offer TK and JN41 to 
a many people as possible. So not too many new #.
I have had a loooooonng burst up to 6 min !! INCREDIBLE. Also a lot of 
short distance QSOs and side scatter.
Worked my first WSJT QSOs.... not very impressed by the S/N ratio. far less 
what i was expecting.
No CW QSO, i called several times on .100, but NIL. At the same time 
144.370 was very busy... Times are changing !

73, Patrick

Patrick EGLOFF TK5EP
po box 223
20179 Ajaccio - France
http://tk5ep.free.fr

I4XCC in JN63gv     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Hello guys, was a fun two nights ago!

QRV btw 0 to 6 utc (due to QRL)  I made 42 QSO all in SSB. Odx was OH6HFX 
(KP24ia) > 2300 Km, my new MS dx.

5 QSO over 2000 Km and another fine contact with SM2CKR.

Finally two new squares (tnx Johannes and Andrea - YM3XC !) into a year 
with about 5 new squares collected.

In few days I'll push on www.geocities.com/i4xcc an audio file with a burst 
from OH6HFX (a test previous the complete qso) with both calls and report 
to me.

00.38  YM3XC		27       27     KN30FC  			#514
01.08  LZ1KWT   	28       28     KN32SK
01.09  YO3FFF
01.11  SP8UFT       	28       59
01.39  SM1A         	28       59     JO97II
01.41  YL2KA        	27       27
01.41  LA5KO        	37       37     JO48TU
01.44  OZ1LPR       	59       59     JO44JO
01.45  ES2CM        	59       59
01.45  SM2CKR       	59       59     KP03DT    2267 Km
01.46  SM0LCB       	59       59     JO99
02.41  LY3ED        	59       59     KO14UX
02.42  LY2BAW       	37       37     KO25KA
02.49  LY2FR        	59       59     KO15VR
02.51  SM6CEN       	59       59     JO57XO
03.13  ES2RJ        	59       59     KO28KL
03.23  UR5LX        	59       59     KO70WK
03.45  OH6HFX       	39       39     KP24IA  2365 Km! new MS odx  #515
03.50  LY2SA        	59       59     KO14LL
03.57  LZ1ZX        	59       59     KN32IO
04.01  SM7LCD       	27       27
04.01  YL3GAC       	27       46
04.08  SP7EXY       	59       55
04.08  YL2LY        	37       59
04.10  OH5LK        	59       59     KP30ON  2093 Km
04.15  DK3XM        	59       59     JO43XL
04.16  SP2BOF       	59       59     JO94FM
04.21  RA3LE        	59       59     KO64AR
04.33  ES2QH        	59       59     KO29LL
04.44  UT5JCW       	59       59     KN64RO
04.45  RN6MT        	59       59     KN97MS  2086 Km
04.46  YO4RFV       	59       59
04.54  RZ6BU       	599      59     KN84PV
05.01  RA6LLW       	59       59
05.03  SP9AI        	59       59     JN99MT
05.11  OH6MAZ       	59       59     KP21IG   2090 Km
05.27  SK7MW        	59       59     JO65MJ
05.33  GM4JJJ       	59       59     IO86GB
05.34  GI6ATZ       	59       57     IO74AJ
05.35  DL6YEH       	59       59     JO31TX
05.37  LZ1QI        	59       59
05.38  RV3ZR        	59       59     KO80CL
See you on Geminids (much possible on Quadrantids) and GL.
73 - Claudio - I4XCC - JN63gv

I5WBE in JN53jr     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
QSOs worked by I5WBE (JN53JR) on 2 m.
Type of propagation: MS                 Mode: SSB
>From 19/11/2002 to 19/11/2002           Distance over: 0 Km.            Page: 1
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   DATE     TIME CALLSIGN        LOCATOR TX       RX       MODE REMARKS      QRB
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19/11/2002 03.28 SM1A            JO97FK  59       59       SSB              1615
19/11/2002 03.51 LY2BAW          KO25KP  59       59       SSB              1661
19/11/2002 04.16 SP2OFW          JO93AF  59       59       SSB              1182
19/11/2002 04.18 SP7OGP          KO01AM  59       59       SSB              1107
19/11/2002 04.33 F6FHP           IN94TR  59       59       SSB               896
19/11/2002 05.03 EA6VQ           JM19MP  59       59       SSB               787
19/11/2002 05.26 F4ARU           IN94VK  59       59       SSB               881
19/11/2002 05.26 F6KHM           IN78RJ  59       59       SSB              1288
19/11/2002 05.26 ON4LDP          JO10UM  59       59       SSB               925
19/11/2002 05.34 DL3TW           JO44SK  59       59       SSB              1194
19/11/2002 05.54 LZ1KWT          KN22TK  59       59       SSB              1211
19/11/2002 06.11 PA3BVM          JO21BS  59       59       SSB              1022
19/11/2002 09.25 DL8DBU          JO43AA  59       59       SSB              1052
19/11/2002 09.25 DF7KF           JO30GU  59       59       SSB               854
19/11/2002 09.29 G4DEZ           JO01IN  59       59       SSB              1150
19/11/2002 09.38 F8DO            JN26IF  59       59       SSB               553
19/11/2002 09.38 EA1DDU          IN73FM  59       59       SSB              1312
19/11/2002 09.48 G4RRA           IO91OF  59       59       SSB              1203
19/11/2002 09.50 F8DO            JN26IF  59       59       SSB               553
19/11/2002 09.54 F6KHM           IN78RJ  59       59       SSB              1288
19/11/2002 10.05 F6CRP           IN96KE  59       59       SSB               975
19/11/2002 11.02 F6EAS           IN98LV  59       59       SSB              1073
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of QSOs listed: 22

EA5/DJ4UF in JM08br     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Meteorscatter Protokoll Leoniden EA5/DJ4UF in JM08BR
Station FT-847 + Beko 160 W + VV (SP-2000)
Tipp: Da nur 8 m AirCom-Kabel, musste ich beim 847 den ATT einschalten.
Sonst gab es schon S-Meter-Ausschlag von S3. S/N war besser mit ATT!
Ich hätte die Verstärkung beim SP2000 auf max 10 dB reduzieren sollen, 
komme jetzt aber nicht so einfach an den VV dran. Der steht wohl auf 20 dB.

Logauszug, aus WSJT-Fenster heraus kopiert.

13.11.2002
081630 10.8  780  6 26  109     DG9YIH 26 268EA5/DJ4UF                   *     
081830 20.6  240  5 26   65     DG9YIH RRR EB5/HJ4UF                     *     
081830 20.9  260  5 26   65     EA5/DJ4UF DG9YIH RPR                     * 
083230 21.9   80  5 16   65     T 73TNX ECKART   
((komplett))  
  
13.11.2002 nach CQ
172530 14.5  100  2 16   22     2 /27, A5/ J4U
172830 24.6   60  4 16   22     DK7BY 27 24 Q#    
173130 17.7  260  6 26   22     27 EA5/DJ4UF DK7BY 24                    *     
173933  8.2  100  6 16   22     /DJ4UF DK7BY 96K2   
174330  5.4  120  2 16   22     CQ $K7BY                                 *    
175530  3.2   80  7 16   22     RRR EA5/DJ4UF3  
((komplett))

13.11.2002 danach
180930  9.9   60  4 16   22     A5/DJ4UF DC  
181530 14.1   40  3 06   22     EA5/DF4U 
danach NIL

13.11.2002
185930  3.6  220  7 26  -21     DG0KU  JO64C CQ                          *    
angerufen, NIL

13.11.
221830 19.2   80  7 16  -21     /DJ4UF DC6RN,E  
221930 17.8  120  5 16  -21     IDUF DC6RN? A7/V$8 F 
222630  6.7  120  4 16  -21     LJ4UF DC6 NOXA5 4D  
222830 16.2  280  2 26  -21     DC6RN EA5/DJ4UF                          *   
222830 16.3  200  2 26  -21     EA5/DJ4UF DC6RN                          *   
danach NIL bis 23:00

13.11.
232830  7.6  480  7 26 -193     IK0BZY 262626 EA5/DJ4UF                  *             
232930  0.2  120  7 16 -107     UD IK0BZY 262626 EA                 
233430 23.0  160  1 26  -21     EA5/DJ4UF IK0BZY 262626 E$  
233830 27.9   80  6 16  -21     2626 EA5/DJ55Z
danach bis 24:00 NIL

-------------------------------------------
14.11.2002
073330 25.1   80  2 16  281     UF HA5CRQ P4 3  
Er rief mich, dann NIL

124130 14.4  100  4 16  109     DJ4UF                                    *  
habe Stunde nichts mehr, dann   
131330  0.7   60  4 16   22     CQ DG1ZAT V 
133730 12.8  100  7 16  -64     4 B6 EA5/DJ4UF DH   
??? condx vorbei, siehe Tabelle unten

155930 24.7  540  4 26  238     CQ DL8BDU CQ DL8BDU                (R27) *     
160830 19.0 1740  3 36   65     2626 EA5/DJ4UF DL8BDU                    *  
161530  2.2  160  1 26   65     625 XJU/DJ4U  D$?B U 26B66   
162130 20.5   80  4 16   65     UO3.26 EA4/ZJ4              
162230 11.3  280  7 26   22     .4UG DD8ADU 2626 EA5/DJ4UF DL8BDU 2626 E   
164830  2.0  500  6 26   22     DL8BDU 2626 EA5/AF4UF                    *  
165730 25.1  200  5 26   22     DU 2626 EA55DF4UF DL8BDU/26R5.E  
165830 11.4  120  4 16   22     T 5/DF4UF D$8BDU 262   
hat nach einer Stunde abgeschaltet? -> keine Condx, siehe Tabelle unten

14.11. Nach meinem CQ
183530 19.8  500  9 26   22     DJ9CZ 27 27 EA5/DJ4UF       (R28)        * 
dann nixe mehr  -> keine Condx, siehe Tabelle unten

14.11. gleichzeitig rief DL4DWA:
184030 25.9  260  6 26  109     6 36 EA5/DJ4UF DL7DWA 3 
184530  3.2  300  8 26  109     36 36 EA5/DJ4UF DL4DWA                   * 
184631 12.7  380  4 26  109     36 EA5/DJ4UF DL4DWA 36                   *    
185130  2.0  180  8 26  109     L4DWA 36 36 EA5/DJ4UF
185530 15.7  160  4 26   65     DWA 37 37 EA5/DJ ZF 
185630 19.4  260  7 26   65     37 37 EA5/DJ4UF DL4DWA                   *
190730  9.2  140  8 26  109     UF DL4DWA 37 37,EA79$J  
191130 11.2  240  3 26  152     RRR2R 4UF DWA
191530 25.2   80  5 16  152     73737  TU/  7A  
191730 21.8  160  1 26  152     4UF DWA 33747                            * 
((komplett))                              

14.11.
202601  1.6  120  5 16   65     CQ F6DHI                                 *  
((nicht gerufen, habe ich schon))

212230  4.1  280  4 26  -21     DG8UAW EA5/DJD0F  
213230 13.3  660  8 26  -21     DG8UAW R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF                 * 
215130  9.6  100  3 16  -21     RRR 5UF SAW RRP N   
((komplett))

214630  9.1  100  6 16  -21     F5LRL CQ                                 *  
((nicht angerufen))

21430   1.1  200 10 26 -193     F NA5CRQ 26 26 EA5/DJ4UF/HA5KRQ 
((dann nix mehr))

224630  3.3  440  3 26  -21     CQ DM3FG JN49LT                          *  
((nicht angerufen, war mit HA5KRQ dran))

------------------------------------
15.11.2002
182130  4.2  180  4 26   22     CQ DG7RZ JN59WK                          *
191730 10.5  200  8 26   65     4UF DG7RZ R27 R27 EA5/DJ 4VN  D7       
192130 10.5  120  2 16   65     EA5/$J4UF DG4RZ B27        
192430 18.6  620  7 26   65     EA5/DJ4UF DG7RZ R27 R27                  *  
193830 13.4  160  5 26   22     JN59WK 73 7RZ                            *   
((Komplett))

194130  2.7  300  6 26  -21     EB5EHO DG7RZ 27 87                       *  
((Beobachtung))

222730 15.3 1060  9 36  -21     CQ DC1RBK CQ DC1RBK                      *
((Beobachtung))

095030 13.0   80  3 16  152     DL8BDU CQ PL0    
angerufen, aber er hat F1FHI genommen ....

--------------------------------------
16.11.2002
123730  1.2  140  2 26  195     /DJ4U6#DL J7Y 26268Z 34  
124230  0.1   60  1 16  195     2626 EA$4 I
124230  0.2  160  4 26  195     DL8BDU  6226 EA5/DJ4UF D 1J 
((R27))
bis 1349 nichts mehr


154230  4.7  360  6 26  -64     CQ DH3VE CQ DH3VE CQ DH3VE               *  
angerufen mit 27, aber bis 1642 NIL

170930 23.2  140  5 26  -64     JO84 CQ SP1NQE                           *   
angerufen mit 26, NIL


221930  9.2  120  3 16 -107     CQ DK5TE                                 *  
222330 23.6  160  6 26 -107     CQ DK5TE                                 * 



225330  1.5  720 10 26 -150     DF1GL CQ DF1GL CQ DF1GL CQ               *  
225930 13.8  300  8 26 -150     CQ DF1GL                                 *    

233530  4.6  160  1 26  152     S50C RRR LY2BJL                          * 
--------------

17.11.2002 
040030 10.0  260  4 26 -107     CQ ON1IF                                 *  
((27))

042130 23.7   80  2 16  152     K CQ OK1MDJ 0$
044230 17.5  740 10 26   65     27 27 RN6BN OK1KDK                       * 

045930  8.6  780  8 26  109     CQ DJ9YE CQ DJ9YE CQ DJ9YE               * 
((28))
050930 18.6  340  5 26  109     DJ9YE RRRRR73 F1FIH                      * 
051130  1.3  100  7 16  109     RRRRR73  DJ9YE7SR 
051830 16.9  160  1 26   22     /DJ4UF D 9Z
051930 15.1   80  6 16  109     R26 R26 EA5/#
052830 17.0  160  1 26   65     7TM B? U  3BRRRRQ 73 
053030 14.3  140  8 26   65     ,63  DJ9YE RRR2WBK  5 #
((komplett))

052330 21.3  180  9 26   22     CQ#OK1MDK                                * 
052430  7.4  180  4 26   22     CQ OK1MDK                                *    
052530 22.1  160  4 26   22     OK1MDK F1FIH                             *     

055030 17.2  200  7 26   22     T UF DC6RN 26 26 EA5/DJ4  
055130 10.4  100  3 16   22     QG 26 EA5/DN4UF W
((R27))
055630  6.8  480 11 27   22     DC6RN  4 26  A5/DJ4UF                    *
055630 17.3  220  4 26   22     EA5/DJ4UF DC6RN 26 26                    * 
060130  5.7  340  7 26   22     RRR EA5/DJ UG D$6BN                      * 
060230 15.1  120  6 16   22     TC6RN RRR,EA5/DJ4U   
((komplett))

061030 14.9  160  6 26   22     B5/DJ4UF DK5LA EA5/DJ46F    
((DK5LA?))    
061330 26.8  160 10 26   22     W1 DK 27 27 EA5/DJ4UF 
061530 17.5  440  6 26   22     OK1MDK 27 27 EA5/DJ4WF                   * 
((R27)) Danach NIL bis 06:48 NC


073731 24.2  140  3 26   65     CQ KK5LA                                 *


080231 20.1  180  4 26 -193     CQ DF1GL                                 *    
((27))
080630  8.8  200  3 26  -21     CQ DF1GL                                 *     
080630 13.1   80  6 16  -21     OD CQ DF1GL C                               
081030 25.7  160  1 26  -21     CQ DF1GL                                 * 

083030 23.2 2210  6 36  -64     SP9XUD F1FIH SP9XUD F1GIH                * 

083330 10.9   80  3 16  281     DK5LA CQ DK F2    
((0843 27))

083730  0.3  420  2 26  152     SP9XUD F1FIH 26 29                       *  

084030 12.5   80  6 16 -107      F1FIH DL6UAL

085330  2.4  260  5 26  195     CQ DD1JN JO50DJ                          *   

090930 17.3   80  4 16  -64     6 F6FHP OE3NTP

091530 23.2   60  2 16  281     8Y CN1IM $9

Und hier ein 2-Minuten-Burst:
092430  9.5   80  2 16   22     CQ OZ1LPR                                * 
durchgehend bis ...    
092430 25.5  120  1 16   22     CQ OZ1LPR                                *     
092430 26.6  160  2 26   22     CQ OZ1LPR                                *     
092430 26.8  180  1 26   22     CQ OZ1LPR                                *     
092430 27.1  100  1 16   22     CQ OZ1LPR                                *    
92530  1.9   80  1 16  -21     DF4UF OZ1LPR E                                 
092530  2.2  300  2 26  -21     EA5/DF4UF OZ1LPR                         *     
092530  2.9  240  1 26  -21     OZ1LPR EA5/DF5UF                         *     
092530  4.2  220  2 26  -21     OZ1LPR EA5/DF4UF                         *  
durchgehend bis ...   
092530 21.6  160  1 26  -21     OZ1LPR EA5/DF4UF                         *     
092530 22.4   60  1 16  -21     EA5/DF4UF O                                    
092530 22.6  100  1 16  -21     5/DF4UF OZ1LPR EF                              
092530 23.3  280  1 26  -21     OZ1LPR EA6/DF4UF                         *     
092530 23.6  360  1 26  -21     EA5/DF4UF OZ6LPR                         *     
092530 28.8   60  1 16  -21     /DF4UF OZ1L                                  
((geantwortet mit 37, hat aber Call falsch, bis 1025 nichts mehr))

093630  2.2  220  2 26  109     HA8CE/CQ                                 * 
093630  2.7  140  1 26  109     CQ HA8CE                                 * 
((Beobachtung))

094230 21.1  380  5 26 -107     YO4RFV OE3MWS 26 26                      * 
((Beobachtung))

102030  6.4   60  1 16   65     CQ DD1JN H    
102130  2.4  100  2 16   65     JO50DJ CQ DD3JN A  
((26))
102330  4.1  120  3 16  109     S JD1JN JO50DJ CQ DD  
102530 21.1   80  5 16   65      D1JN JO50DJ HQ    
102730  1.6   80  2 16   22      D1JN 9O50DJ  S
103130 24.2  120  5 16   22     EA5/DJ4UF DD1JN  527
103430 17.0  140  5 26   22     7 R27 EA5/DJ4UF DD1JN/U 
104330 10.9   60  3 16   22     R EA5/DJ4UF 
104430 17.9  100  6 16   22     5/DJ4UF DD1JN RRR    
((komplett))

110530 24.1   40  1 06  109     27 EA5/D      
???

nach meinem CQ:
160930  4.8   80  1 16  -21     7EAU/ J8UF  #M 
163530 12.4  300  6 26  -21     EA5/DJ4UF?DG2KBC                         * 
164330 11.0  240  7 26  -21      6KNCMV27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF DG2KBC R27 R2          
164330 16.8   60  2 16  -21      DJ4UF D 6I   
165130  6.0  140  5 26   22     DJ4UF DG2KBC RRRPR  EA 
165430 10.0   60  3 16  -21     RRRRR EA 4 B     
((komplett))

162630 23.8  300  6 26  -64     F6FHP OE5MPL                             * 
162730 18.1  540  5 26  -64     F6FHP OE5MPL F6FHP OE5MPL                * 
163230 13.0 1560  7 36  -64     F6FHP OE5MPL F6FHP OE.MPL                *     
163230 14.6  500  6 26  -64     F6FHP OE5MPL F6FHP OE5MPL                *    
((Beobachtung))

163630 16.9  100  4 16   65     CQ DL3ANK                                *  
((Beobachtung))

nach meinem CQ:
172730  7.4  100  5 16  109     4UF DJ9CZ 27 27 EA  
bis 18:32 kein weiterer Ping - sorry, schon wieder nicht, siehe 14.11.
Es war wohl der dritte Versuch und immer nur ein einziger Ping (Burst)
und dann eine Stunde lang absolut nichts. Echt merkwürdig mit DJ9CZ.

((Beobachtungen:))
174030 12.6  340  5 26  -21     DL4DWA 27 27 9A1CAL/P                    * 

183430  9.3   80  1 16  -21     A#O CQ D?3ML3  

184630 10.4  200  8 26  -21     26 26 F1JG DL3ANK                        *

230330 27.9  160  4 26  -64     CQ DJ9YE                                 *   

232430  0.1  400  2 26  -21     CQ DG2BCP CQ DGRBCP                      * 
232630 19.9  200  5 26  -21     CQ DG2BCP                                *
233130 11.3  200  4 26  -21     8I 2J$ B.4FY6 5 2, #DG2BCP BG7D

074430 22.1  240  1 26  -64     CQ DK5TE                                 *  
((QSO b4))

075330  2.4 1600  1 26  -21     WO 27 27 F1ODA PT1HWO 27 5          
(>30s Burst)

081530  7.0  200  3 26 -150     CQ DL4DWA                                * 
((QSO b4))


082130 18.9  400  4 26   65     27 EA5DJ4UF DL8EBW  7                    *   
((R27))
084030  9.3   40  1 06   65      EBW     
((kpl - 73 GUY ANTJE))           

083830 23.0 1600  6 36   22     DG2BCP EA5/DJ4UF                         *    
((36))
084830 23.4  100  1 16  -21     UF DG2BCP 27 243 
((R36))
085330  1.9  160  1 26   22      TH   QF  HHJ D6?SQ7 EA5/                      
085330  2.0  160  1 26   22     54DF4UF/DF1BCP#24 244?A515  
092130 18.9  160  1 26 -150      G#6J4U?D7W4  RRTR70ZH8ZZZ
((sehr viel QRM, muss man "per Hand" dekodieren))


084030 16.6  160  1 26  109     DL8BDU RRR/F1FIH                         *     
((10 s))
	
093630  6.6  640  6 26  -64     DF8IK F1FIH DF8IK F1FIH                  *  


Ab hier QSY auf 144366 mit CQ QSY 366 EA5/DJ4UF
-----------------------------------------------
102930  2.8  120  2 16 -107      EA5/DJVUF#                              * 
103330 25.4   80  6 16 -107     LDJDUF S59F 26 
103530 24.1   80  4 16  -64      9F 26 26 EA UY  
((RIT eingestellt))
103930 17.1   40  5 06  -21     /DJ4U PH  
104630 19.3   80  5 16   22     F N S59F RRR R    
105030 21.4  160  5 26 -107     73 RRR S59F R RRR                        *  
105230  3.0  240  5 26 -107     RRR S59F RRRRR 73                        *  
((komplett, RIT wieder auf 0))

110330 21.3   60  4 16  -21     /DJ4 G?DB,E 
((QRZ))
110630 26.0   40  5 06   22      YF DF2ZC 2   
111130  9.8  100  5 16   22     DJ4UF                                    * 
111130 11.1  120  4 16  -21     6 DF2ZC 27 27 EA5/TK   
((R26))
112730  2.9  200  2 26   22     RRR RRR RRR DF Z2                        * 
((kpl))


114030  2.0   40  1 06   22     /90T0 0E 
((OE5KE? EA5/DJ4UF 26 gesendet))
114430  1.7   40  3 06  -21     /DJ4UF OE5  
115230  9.0  100  4 16  -21     RB6 R26 R26 EA5/D
115530  7.3   40  6 06  -64     5KE R26 R  
((keine Final RRR gehört, jede Menge QRN))

115430  0.1  720  5 26   22     EA5/DJ4UF IW2HAJ                         *
((nicht geantwortet, es fehlten noch die RRR von OE5KE))

----------- Clustermeldung:  366 ------

232330 14.8  120  2 16   22     R6 EA5/ J4UF IV3 XTO 
232430 17.7  160  8 26   22     I5/DJ4UF IV3DXW B6 26 EA6  
233030  0.2  200  3 26  109     A5?DJ4UF IV3DXW 26 26                    * 
((R27))
233730 26.9  160  1 26   65     MDJ4UF IV3DXW RRR EAU/DJ4U
233930  3.3   80  9 16   65     YV3FXW RRR EA  
234030 20.3  180  2 26   65      7S 73 7  7  K3  3 7? 7S 7CMH


234630  5.9  220 11 27  109     IW2HAJ EA5/DJ4UF                         *   
234730  6.7 1700 10 36  109     IW2HAJ EA5/DJ4UF                         *     
234730  8.4 1160 10 36  109     IW2HAJ EA8/DJ4UF                         *     
234730  9.6 2390 10 36  109     IW2HAJ EA5/DH4UF                         *     
234730 12.0  480  8 26  109     IW2HAJ EA5/DJ8UF                         *     
234730 13.0  280  4 26  109     EA5/DJ6UF IW2HAJ                         *  
((R37))
234830 23.2  140 10 26  109     AJ R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF IZ
235130  0.4  360 11 27   65     IW2HAJ R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF                 * 
235230 25.1  500 11 27   65     R27 EA5/DJ4UF IW2HAJ R27                 * 
235530  8.0  460  6 26  109     R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF I AHPB                 *   
235830 13.0  160  1 26  109     R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF IW2HAJ S 
235930 23.3  160  9 26  109     P27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF IW2HAJ R   
000430 11.1  220  5 26  -21     IW2HAJ RRR EA5/DJ7UF                     *
000930  5.2  160  9 26   22     6 IW2HAJ RRR EA5/DJ4UF IW

------- Beobachtungen 370  --------------------------
  
002631  3.9  400  8 26  -64     CQ DH3VE CQ DH3VE CQ/DI7VE               *  
002830 18.9  460  8 26 -107     RX1AS DK5TE 27 27 27                     *            
003430 12.8  280  8 26  -21     EA7RM S59F 27 26                         *     
003430 13.3  160  1 26  -21     26 26 RA3LE OE3FVU                       *   
004630  0.5  660  3 26 -107     CQ OE3MWS CQ OE MWS                      *     
004630  5.8  740  2 26 -107     CQ OE3MWS CQ OE3MXS                      *     
004630  7.4  500  1 26 -107     OE3MWS CQ OE3MWS8CQ                      *     
004630  8.4  860  4 26 -107     CQ OE3MWS CQ OE3MWS                      *   

----------- ab 00:52 auf der 144370: CQ QSY 366 EA5/DJ4UF ---------------

005330 14.6  160 11 27 -107      0OE3MWS 37 37 EA5/DJ4UFG 
((R28, nur ein Anruf auf der 366, geantwortet auf 366, danach NIL))


010330  4.7  160  1 26  238     36 36 EA5/DJ4UF3K 
Das war ein zusammenhängender Burst von 00 bis 20 (20 s)
011330  0.8  780  5 26  238     EA5/DJ4UF OK1VVW 36 36                   *    
011330 13.5  220  4 26  238     36 EA5/DJ4UF OK1VVW 36                   *     
...
011330 19.8  340  4 26  195     OK1VVW 36 36 EA5 DJ4UF                   *  
((bis 01:27 geantwortet auf 366, danach: NIL))

014930 21.6  160  1 26  109     DNDE 3$4 L4 RDJ4UFOSWM / 


----------- ab 0200 wieder auf 370 -------------
angerufen:
020130  1.9 1700 10 36   65     S50C CQ                                  *     
((27))
020430 26.5  340  9 26   65     26 26 OH3KLJ S50B                        *    
((Anruf beendet))

020530  9.6  180  7 26 -107      A H 3337 RA3LE I4RH
020930  8.1  200  3 26 -236     2727 EA3DUY 27 OK2PTC                    *  
021330 17.6 4590 10 36 -193     F1NSR OE5MPL F1NSR OE5MP$                *  

Ant Dir Norden: OE5MPL mit seinen 10 dB hat alles überdeckt

----------- ab 02:17 wieder auf der 144370: CQ QSY 366 EA5/DJ4UF ---------------
selbst dort hört man noch Splatter von OE5MPL bei den langen Bursts
NIL bis 02:36 NIL

--------------- von 02:40 bis 03:30 SSB versucht in der Nähe von 144.200
ein Anruf an HA1YA, aber NC, sonst nix

------------- ab 03:30 wieder auf 144370 ---------
033230 17.9  280  9 26 -236     DH9RB Z  U EI L W  5V DJ4UF              *  
((27)) aber  30s QRM von
033330 19.3  160  1 26 -107     EA1YV/DL7TX                              *  
dito um
033530  6.7  240  9 26 -107     26 26 EA1YV DK7LZ  
danach OK:                      * 
033630  1.3  100  5 16 -236     6 EA5/DJ4UF DK9QH         
033630  9.3  320  6 26 -193     DH9SB 262626  A5/DJ4UF                   *
034130 15.4  160  4 26   22     DH9SB R27 EA5/DJ4UF#DH9SB/
034130 19.0  200  3 26   22     EA5/DJ4UF DH9SB R27                      *  
((CPL))
034630 22.4  220  6 26  -21     EB1EHO DH9SB                             * 
  
dann wieder viel viel QRM bei super langen Bursts, deshalb
----------- ab 04:00 wieder auf der 144370: CQ QSY 366 EA5/DJ4UF ---------------
035630  9.8  100  8 16   22     OE  /DJ4UF DL2AK0    
035930 27.6  140 10 26   22     0ODL2AKT R27 R27 EA5/DJ  
040230  9.2   80  8 16  152      73 73 73 713G   
((CPL))

041730  0.3  100  9 16 -107     EA5/DJ4UF OK2XP.W      ((27))
042230 10.2   80  7 16   22      EA5/DJ4UF OTD 
042530 13.8   80  5 16   65     OK2XPJ R27 GBP    
043030 16.8 1020  6 26   22     73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 43               * 
((komplett))  

044430 24.9  200  3 26   22     DL4EBV EA5/DJ4UF                         * 
((30s Burst!!!!!!))
044630  9.4  160  9 26  -21     DL4EBV EA5/DJ4UF                         *
044930  4.0  160  1 26   22     DL4EBV EA5/DJ4UF                         * 
045330 22.0   80  8 16   22     DL4EBV R46R55    
045430 22.3  620  4 26  -21     EA5/DJ4UF DL4EBV7R46R4                   * 
045730  1.1  160  1 26   22     BV R46R4 EA5/DJ4UF DL4EBV1     
045930  2.7  160  1 26   22     J4UG DL4EBV R46R4 EA5/DJ4T 
050030  0.0  740  4 26   22     EA5/DJ4UF DL4EBV RRRRR     ((20 s))      *    
050230 19.9   40  3 06  -21     EBV 73 E  
((komplett))

m ü d e ..........

------------------

085330 21.6   60  5 16 -107     L3YEL EA5                                      
085430 11.5   40  4 06 -150     /DJ4UF U   
085630  0.2  200  4 26 -150     37 37 EA5/DJ4UF DL3YEL                   * 
085730  4.4  140  5 26  -64     .MUJ4UF DL3YEL 37 37 EA
085930 12.5  140  2 26  -21     DL3YEL WRRRR           ((12 s Burst!!!)  * 
090130  9.5   60  3 16   22      73 YEL W
((komlett)


092630 10.0  160  3 26   22     27 27 EA5/DJ4UF  OK2PTC 26   
((R37))
092830 14.4   80  5 16   22     PTC RRR EA5/H9 


095130  0.0  440  4 26   65     DJ9YE R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF                  * 
095130  2.6  120  3 16   65     UF3DJ5YE R27 R27 EA? 
095230 12.8  120  3 16   22     J4UF DJ9YE R27 R27 E
095830 14.1   60  5 16   65     RRRRR  DJ9A
095933 21.9  240  3 26   65      DJ9YE RRRRRRRRRRR                       *


095830  0.4 1420  6 36  -21     27 EA5/DJ4UF DL1SUZ 37                   * 
095830  1.9  160  2 26  -21      27 EA5/DJ4UF DL1RUY 27 26 
100430 22.9  100  4 16  -21     27 27 EA5/DJ4UF 
100530  9.1  120  2 16  -21     N4UF DL1SUZ R27 R27 


101430  2.8   40  2 06  -64      DK5WK E 
102430  9.4   60  6 16  -21      27 EA5/DJ7   
102530 24.1   40  4 06  -64     /DJ4UF D
102730 10.0  100  5 16  -64      0?TK5WO 27 27  /    
102930  9.6   80  5 16  -21     27 EA5/DJ4UF D
103030 17.1   60  4 16  -21      DK5WO 27
((R27))
103730 12.0  180  4 26  -64     K5WO R27 R27 EA5/DJ4UF#DJ5  ((3s))
((komplett))

105830 16.3  140  4 26   65      37 37 EA5/DJ4UF OZ7Z 3
110130 23.8   80  5 16   65     EA5/DJ4UF OZ7 
110430  2.8   60  3 16   22      36 37 EA55
111030 21.7   80  5 16  109     QZ OZ7Z QRZ OZ 
((NC))

110730 13.1  800  5 26 -193     IK3TPP 26 26 EA5/DJ4UF                   * 
machte die ganze Zeit QRM beim QSO mit OZ7Z
111730 24.5  120  4 16 -193     UF IK3TPP 26 26 EA5# 
mir blieb nichts anderes übrig als ihn "wegzuarbeiten"
((IK3TPP RRR)) Dann war er weg,hi! Aber OZ7Z auch :-(

Das QSY-System ist sehr schön "stressfrei". Wenn ich "von weitem" Pings
höre, dann sind sie meistens auch für mich bestimmt. Dann kommt einfach
"SPLIT" wieder raus und dasQSO beginnt. Schön!

Beim Kaffeetrinken: Nun höre ich schon Pings, obwohl die Geräte 
ausgeschaltet sind! :-(

Die folgenden Zeiten stimmen wirklich. Nach 11:30 UTC war "tote Hose".
Die folgende Tabelle ist auf meiner Homepage www.amateurfunklehrgang.de

---------------------------------------------
Leoniden 	14.11.-21.11.	max. 19.11.
       nachts        morgens
N/S    00:00-04:30   07:30-11:30	
NE/SW  01:30-05:30   09:30-11:00
O/W            04:00-08:00 	
SE/NW  00:00-01:30   06:00-10:30   
---------------------------------------------

Vorschau:
---------------------------------------------
Geminiden 	07.12.-17.12.	max. 13.12.
N/S    03:30-08:00   19:30-24:00   
NE/SW  05:00-08:00   21:00-01:00
E/W    01:00-02:00 
SE/NW  02:30-06:00   19:00-22:00
---------------------------------------------
EA5/DJ4UF  24.11.2002

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DATE	UTC	CALLSIGN	BAND	MODE	SENT	RCVD	LOCATOR	DISTANCE	QSO	SKED / RNDM
19.11.02	01.00-02.00	OH6HFX	144	CW	R37	26	KP24IA	2147 KM	C	SKED
19.11.02	02.00-02.30	OH9NDD	144	CW	R26	26	KP26UM	2404 KM	C!!!!!!!!!!!	SKED
19.11.02	01.45	OH5LK	144	SSB	37	R39	KP30ON	1945 KM	C	RNDM
19.11.02	01.57	SM3VAC	144	SSB	59	R59	JP83VA		C	RNDM
19.11.02	03.50	EA6/DL6SAQ	144	SSB	27	R27	JN20CA		C	RNDM
19.11.02	03.54	EA6FB	144	SSB	27	R29	JM08PV ?		C	RNDM
19.11.02	03.56	LY2SA	144	SSB	37	R37	KO14LL		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.00	LA8KV	144	SSB	27	R39	JP52QQ		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.03	EA6VQ	144	SSB	39	R59	JM19HN		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.04	EA6/DL1SAN	144	SSB	37	R59	JN10WB		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.05	EA6/DL1SAQ	144	SSB	27	R59	JN20CA		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.11	LY2BIL	144	SSB	39	R59	KO24OQ	1460 KM	C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.24	OK1VT	144	SSB	37	R59	JN79IX		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.28	EA6/DL1GGT	144	SSB	37	R59	JM29		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.32	LA0BY	144	SSB	59	R59	JO59FW		C	RNDM
19.11.02	05.55	LZ1KWT	144	SSB	37	R37	KN32SK	1590	C ?	RNDM
19.11.02	05.56	LA8KV	144	SSB	39	R39	JP52QQ		C	RNDM
19.11.02	06.02	SM0IKR	144	SSB	R27	27	JO99AF		C	RNDM
19.11.02	06.02	SM0BSI	144	SSB	27	R59	JO99CF		C	RNDM
19.11.02	06.02	DL2HWA	144	SSB	27	R37	JO51WE		C	RNDM
19.11.02	06.39	IK7UXY	144	SSB	27	R59	JN90DC		C ?	RNDM
19.11.02	06.40	LZ1ZX	144	SSB	37	R37	KN32IO		C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.25	I5TWK/8	144	SSB	59	R59	JN70EP		C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.29	HA5OV	144	SSB	27	R27	JN97NJ		C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.31	LZ1ZX	144	SSB	38	R38	KN32IO		C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.35	UR5LX	144	SSB	37	R27	KO70WK		C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.59	LZ1KWT	144	SSB	R37	37	KN32SK	1590	C	RNDM
19.11.02	07.59	EI5FK	144	SSB	R59	59	IO51RT		C	RNDM
19.11.02	08.09	EI4DQ	144	SSB	37	R37	IO51WU		C	RNDM
19.11.02	08.19	9A3PA	144	SSB	37	R37	JN85EG		C	RNDM
19.11.02	08.22	T94DU	144	SSB	R59	59	JN95DA		C ?	RNDM
19.11.02	08.53	9A1CAL/P	144	SSB	39	R59	JN82IW		C	RNDM
19.11.02	08.58	TK5EP	144	SSB	37	R59	JN41IW		C	RNDM
19.11.02	09.10	UR5LX	144	SSB	R59	59	KO70WK		C	RNDM
19.11.02	09.27	LZ1ZX	144	SSB	59	R59	KN32IO		C	RNDM
19.11.02	09.34	YO8DDP	144	SSB	37	R37	KN36UF		C	RNDM
19.11.02	09.36	S55AW	144	SSB	59	R59	JN75KW		C	RNDM
19.11.02	09.50	F1DUZ	144	SSB	59	R59	IN97NJ		C	RNDM
19.11.02	10.36	I8MPO	144	SSB	37	R27	JN70FP		C	RNDM
19.11.02	10.50	GI6ATZ	144	SSB	27	R37	IO75AJ		C	RNDM
19.11.02	10.50	GM1XOI	144	SSB	R37	37	IO85AT		C	RNDM
19.11.02	11.19	GW8JLY	144	SSB	R27	39	IO81		C	RNDM
19.11.02	11.35	EI2CA/P	144	SSB	27	R27			C	RNDM

OH8K in KP55as     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
OH8K was on the road again.This time up to north,near the 
Russian border and second group into KP24. Special attention was paid
to antennas;38 el was really needed because of long distancies and 
most of received signals were short,only very little over noise.
Not at all any kind of QRM. 
Sorry,we got technical problems with sequencer/linear trip protection,
we could not run ssb-qso's during the peak-time.Anyhow,we got 62 QSOs.
As a summary: with weak signals assisted by good preamp and antenna 
the performance of WSJT was amazing.How many more qso's would have been
possible with FSK during 20 NIL/NC 1 hour HSCW skeds ?
On next pedition,with hscw perhaps more speed and shorter periods ?

More about pedition,antennas,photos,spectators (=reindeers !) -
visit our homepage of OH8K : www.qsl.net/oh8k

Kenwood TS790
16el 9.5m, 14.5dB 29 dB F/R   OH6ZZ design
38el fixed to 230degr,26m,18.6dB, 32.5dB F/R OH6ZZ design
3CX800
Preamp HP-MVV 144 Shf-Elektronik
10 m 1/2" coax, 7/16 connectors
Operators Aulis OH6JW,Jussi OH6ZZ

 UTC      CALL    LOC     TR RX STA QRB MODE RA/SK						
2002-11-15
2135 2201 DL8BDU  JO43AA  26 26 C   1872  FSK   R
2207 2225 DG2BCP  JO43DC  27 27 C   1855  FSK   R
2227 2255 DL5WF *)        26 26 C         FSK   R
2308 2315 OZ1IEP  JO55XU  26 26 C   1469  FSK   R
2328 2335 DJ9YE   JO43HV  27 27 C   1769  FSK   R
2353 2358 OZ1LPR  JO44WX  27 27 C   1624  FSK   R

2002-11-16						
0500 0600 DH7FB   JO62SM        NIL 1740  HSCW  S
0640 0726 DH3YAK  JO31RS  27 27 C   2011  FSK   R
0743 0753 DK3BU   JO33NO  26 37 C   1851  FSK   R
0800 0900 RA1QA   KO99WF        NIL  886  HSCW  S
0845 0856 DG6JF/P JO33QN  26 26 C   1846  FSK   R
0942 0955 DG0KW   JO64MH  26 26 C   1579  FSK   R
1020 1110 G4LOH   IO94IA  26 36 NC  2151  FSK   R
1115 1125 OZ6ABA  JO57DJ  26 27 C   1393  FSK   R
1127 1220 PA0JMV  JO21PM  26 26 C   2113  FSK   R
1220 1235 G4LOH   IO94IA  26 26 NC  2151  FSK   R
1846 1915 DD3SP   JO72EN  27 27 NC  1712  FSK   R
1937 1950 DK3XM   JO43XL  26 26 C   1761  FSK   R
1950 2010 SP3VSC  JO92DF  26 26 C   1646  FSK   R
2010 2027 ES1RF   KO29IJ  26 26 C    761  FSK   R
2028 2037 SM1SBI  JO97FK  26 26 C   1110  FSK   R
2037 2047 DH7FB   JO62SM  27 27 C   1740  FSK   R
2048 2112 DL5ZA   JO51HK  27 27 C   1938  FSK   R
2112 2136 DC9YC   JO31PJ  26 26 C   2053  FSK   R
2156 2203 DD3SP   JO72EN  27 27 C   1712  FSK   R
2225 2315 PA3BIY  JO22EB        NIL 2097  HSCW  S	
2340 0001 G4LOH   IO94IA  27 37 C   2151  FSK   R

2002-11-17					
0001 0021 DF2ZC   JO30RN  27 26 C   2128  FSK   S
0039 0100 DL4DWA  JO61QH  27 27 C   1867  FSK   R
0100 0150 DL3HRT  JO61AB        NIL 1928  HSCW  S
0152 0159 SM7FMX  JO65KN  26 27 C   1465  FSK   R
0200 0300 DD0VF   JO61WA  26 26 C   1883  HSCW  S
0300 0400 DL8YET  JO31MH        NIL 2070  HSCW  S
0400 0500 DL5MAE  JN58VF  26    NC  2227  HSCW  S
0500 0600 PA3DOL  JO22MM  26 27 C   2029  FSK   S
0600 0700 DL1EJA  JO31DS        NIL 2053  HSCW  S
0700 0729 LA2PHA  JO38IB  26 26 C   1483  FSK   S
0800 0840 OK1MDK  JN79PX  27 27 C   1953  FSK   S
0900 0950 RA4AOR  LN29LA  26    NC  2057  HSCW  S
1000 1010 OK1KT   JO70WE        NIL 1817  HSCW  S
1100 1200 OE3MWS  JN88DC  26    NC  2127  FSK   S
1200 1220 DL8EBW  JO31NF  27 27 C   2075  FSK   S
2100 2130 SK6HD   JO68SD  27 26 C   1206  HSCW  S
2200 2300 PE1HWO  JO21WO  27 27 C   2106  HSCW  S
2300 2400 PA3ECU  JO32CF  27 26 NC  2013  HSCW  S

2002-11-18						
0000 0030 PA2CHR  JO22XA        NIL 2041  HSCW  S
0100 0150 HA6NY   JN98WC        NIL 2056  HSCW  S
0200 0300 DL1EAP  JO31IK  27 27 C   2070  HSCW  S
0300 0440 DL8EBW  JO31RS  27 26 C   2011  HSCW  S
0440 0515 DL1EJA  JO31DS  27 26 NC  2053  HSCW  S
0515 0600 UA4AQL  LOg20QB 27 26 C   1959  HSCW  S
0600 0700 RZ1AP   KO49VW        NIL  650  HSCW  S
0700 0800 RX1AS   KO59FX        NIL  649  HSCW  S
0800 0900 UT5ER   KN78ER  26 27 C   1915  HSCW  S
0900 1000 OE3VFU  JN78UC  26    NC  2131  FSK   S
1000 1100 DJ8MS   JO63CT        NIL 1654  HSCW  S
1100 1200 DL5WG   JO52VK        NIL 1802  HSCW  S
1200 1300 SM7JUQ  JO65WX        NIL 1392  HSCW  S
1757 1800 SM7JUQ  JO65WX  27 27 C   1392  FSK   R
1801 1809 OZ2TF   JO46PE  27 27 C   1536  FSK   R
1816 1836 DJ8MS   JO63CT  27 27 C   1654  FSK   R
1852 1910 RK3AF   KO85QR  27 27 C   1186  FSK   R
1910 1919 RA3DQT  KO95HK  27 27 C   1241  FSK   R
1924 1932 RA3DHK  KO95HK  27 38 C   1241  FSK   R
1945 1949 LY2SA   KO14LL  27 26 C   1316  FSK   R
2005 2020 HA5OV   JN97NJ  27    NC  2146  FSK   R
2030 2055 OK1KT   JO70WE  27 27 C   1917  FSK   R
2100 2135 DL1EJA  JO31DS  27 27 C   2053  HSCW  R
2200 2259 PA2DWH  JO22GD  27 27 NC  2083  HSCW  S
2300 2345 PA3BIY  JO22EB  27 27 C   2097  HSCW  S
2355 2359 SP5QWB  JN89BO  27 27 C   1969  FSCW  R

2002-11-19						
0000 0100 HB9FAP  JN46EW  27    NC  2460! HSCW  R
0100 0120 DL1EAP  JO31IK  27 27 C   2070  HSCW  R
0120 0145 PA3BZL  JO22SB  27 38 C   2053  HSCW  R
0145 0200 PA3FOC  JO21FW  27 38 C   2105  HSCW  R
0218 0223 PA5DD   JO22FE  27 28 C   2082  FSK   R
0232 0236 PE9DX   JO33MD  27 27 C   1896  FSK   R
0236 0240 PA0BAT  JO31FX  27 38 C   2027  FSK   R
0246 0251 PA3CEE  JO33JI  37 38 C   1886  FSK   R
0251 0254 PE1OPK  JO23UE  27 27 C   1942  FSK   R
0258 0305 DK7BY   JO33MM  27 27 C   1862  FSK   R
0306 0322 G4FUF   JO01GN  26 37 C   2292  FSK   R
0322 0330 ON4KHG  JO20BO  27 27 C   2249  FSK   R
0330 0336 SP2OFW  JO93AC  27 27 C   1561  FSK   R
0336 0340 ON4GG   JO20AR  27    NC  2234  FSK   R
0340 0348 DL8GP   JN39LH  27 27 C   2268  FSK   R
0348 0359 DL1JJ   JO31IA  27    NC  2110  FSK   R
0600 0635 PA2DWH  JO22GD  27 27 C   2083  HSCW  S
0635 0700 PA2CHR  JO22XA  27 26 C   2041  HSCW  S
1031 1033 DL1UU   JO62SP  27 37 C   1728  FSK   R
*) not 100 % sure, might be DL2WF (handwriting)

NUMBER OF COMPLETED QSO'S : 62			

FSK 48  HSCW 14			
NIL/NC: 26 - HSCW 20    FSK 6

TOP 10:  G4FUF   JO01GN  2292
         DL8GP   JN39LH  2268
         ON4KHG  JO20BO  2249
         G4LOH   IO94IA	 2151
         DF2ZC   JO30RN	 2128
         PA0JMV  JO21PM	 2113
         PE1HWO  JO21WO	 2106
         PA3FOC  JO21FW	 2105
         PA3BIY  JO22EB	 2097
         PA2DWH  JO22GD  2083

AVERAGE LENGTH = 1809 KM , 22 OVER 2000 KM

IO94,JN39,JN79,JN89,LO20,KO14,KO29,KO85,KO95,KN78
JO01,JO20,JO21,JO22,JO23,JO30,JO31,JO33,JO38,JO43,JO46,JO51,JO55,JO57,
JO61,JO62,JO63,JO64,JO65,JO68,JO70,JO72,JO92,JO93,JO97

35 SQUARES

PS
More OH-squares to come on air by OH8K !
Follow peditions on Meteorscatter.net 

OH6HFX in KP24ia     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
In OH8K double x-pedition KP55 & KP24 I was activating the neighbour-square
in Ylivieska, KP24IA. It's not really so neighbour, about 70km on the 
road... 

As with OH8K main crew, the HSCW qsos were "eating time" and possibilities
for random qsos outside skeds. The SSB activity during the peak was so high
on .224 that it was many times impossible to read anything from chaos of 10+
strong signals from europe! However, there were quite satisfying amount of
QSOs (68) and new ODX with I4XCC, 2336kms!

Photos, more story, complete skedlist, some audio files on OH8K website soon,
look at www.qsl.net/oh8k

73, Johannes

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Callsign        OH6HFX
QRA-loc         KP24IA
Number of QSOs  68
Squares         38
Best QRB        2336 km, to I4XCC
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TX              FT-847 & TE-systems 1452G
Power           >350W
RX              FT-847
Ant             15-el DL6WU

DATE       UTC        CALL     tx  rx   LOC        BAND MODE QRB
---------------------------------------------------------------------
17.11.2002 1109-1144 SP3VSC    38  R38  JO92DF     144  FSK  1363 km
           1145-1211 PA0JMV    27  R27  JO21PM     144  FSK  1790 km
           1258      OH2NY     55  58   KP20CM     144  SSB  391 km
           1326      OH6QR     59  59   KP22BN     144  SSB  165 km
           1500-1536 DL1EJA    27  R27  JO31DS     144  CW   1731 km
           1700-1740 HA6NY     26  R26  JN98WC     144  CW   1794 km
           2000-2035 DL5WG     R26 26   JO52VK     144  CW   1488 km
           2040-2100 DD3SP     27  R27  JO72EN     144  CW   1406 km
           2200-2230 DL5ME     R27 27   JO52SD     144  CW   1524 km
18.11.2002 0000-0100 OZ1LPR    R27 27   JO44WX     144  FSK  1302 km
           0200-0300 DL8YET    R26 26   JO31MH     144  CW   1749 km
           0300-0350 DF2ZC     R27 27   JO30RN     144  CW   1808 km
           0400-0445 PA3DOL    27  R27  JO22MT     144  CW   1679 km
           1538-1607 DG6JF/P   26  R27  JO33QN     144  FSK  1523 km
           1945-1955 DH7FB     R26 27   JO62SM     144  FSK  1432 km
           2238-2254 PA0BAT    R27 38   JO32JF     144  FSK  1669 km
           2255-2300 DL4DWA    R38 27   JO65QH     144  FSK  1156 km
19.11.2002 0100-0134 HB9FAP    26  R37  JN46EW     144  CW   2147 km
           0236      DL8GP     R27 27   JN39LH     144  SSB  1948 km
           0253      OK1AGE    38  R38  JO70UR     144  SSB  1570 km
           0300      DL2ARD    R37 37   JO60AR     144  SSB  1655 km
           0301      DL3XM     27  R37             144  SSB
           0302      OK1MDS    27  R59             144  SSB
           0315      DG5CST    R37 37   JO60DS     144  SSB  1644 km
           0320      OK2MWR    R39 39   JN99HQ     144  SSB  1635 km
           0321      HA5OV     R39 39   JN97NJ     144  SSB  1880 km
           0322      DL1RNW    R37 37   JO62GH     144  SSB  1479 km
           0323      DL4OL     27  39   JO52BC     144  SSB  1571 km
           0328      UT5ER     59  R57  KN78ER     144  SSB  1797 km
           0329      DG1VL     59  R59  JO61NE     144  SSB  1580 km
           0330      PA3DYS    R59 59   JO21JP     144  SSB  1797 km
           0330      DF2ZC     R39 39   JO30RN     144  SSB  1808 km
           0330      DL2HWA    R39 39   JO51WE     144  SSB  1613 km
           0330      DL4OL     39  R39  JO52BC     144  SSB  1571 km
           0331      DL5MAE    27  59   JN58VF     144  SSB  1922 km
           0336      DB8AT     59  59   JO51DS     144  SSB  1599 km
           0343      OK2MWR    R39 39   JN99HQ     144  SSB  1635 km
           0343      DG1VL     R39 39   JO61NE     144  SSB  1580 km
           0345      I4XCC     R39 39   JN63ZV     144  SSB  2336 km
           0345      DL6YCY    26  R37  JO41LL     144  SSB  1669 km
           0348      OM3TZZ    R59 59   JN88SI     144  SSB  1796 km
           0350      DK3WG     R39 37   JO72GL     144  SSB  1411 km
           0353      HA6NQ     R27 27   JN98WA     144  SSB  1804 km
           0356      DG5DWL    27  37   JO71AA     144  SSB  1551 km
           0404      OK2VSO    R59 59              144  SSB
           0405      DK5TE     R39 39   JN58BG     144  SSB  1960 km
           0406      SP2MSL    39  R39  JO92NM     144  SSB  1319 km
           0408      DF1CF     R59 59   JN57FP     144  SSB  2016 km
           0412      PA5DD     R39 38   JO22IC     144  SSB  1757 km
           0421      DH2OAA    R27 37   JO42TU     144  SSB  1513 km
           0423      PA0JMV    39  59   JO21PM     144  SSB  1790 km
           0424      DL8AAV    R37 37   JO52DH     144  SSB  1545 km
           0424      DL1SUZ    39  59   JO53UN     144  SSB  1378 km
           0425      DL7FF     R39 59   JO62TJ     144  SSB  1442 km
           0426      PE9DX     37  57   JO33MD     144  SSB  1574 km
           0430      SP9QMP    39  R39  JO90FB     144  SSB  1596 km
           0433      ON4LN     R27 37   JO20IV     144  SSB  1871 km
           0434      PA2CHR    R37 37   JO22XA     144  SSB  1719 km
           0436      OK2PVF    R37 37   JN99GU     144  SSB  1618 km
           0440      PE9DX     R37 37   JO33MD     144  SSB  1574 km
           0440      DL3HRT    R39 38   JO61AB     144  SSB  1621 km
           0448      9A4VM     R59 59   JN85VS     144  SSB  2075 km
           0545-0557 SP6IWQ    39  R26             144  FSK
           0916-0934 DJ8MS     R38 27   JO63CT     144  FSK  1338 km
           0935-0955 PA3ECU    26  R27  JO32CF     144  CW   1690 km
           1000-1045 G4ZTR     27  R26  JO01KW     144  FSK  1923 km
           1045-1050 G4HGI     27  R27  IO83PL     144  FSK  1944 km
           1106-1115 PA3CEE    R27 26   JO33JI     144  FSK  1564 km

LA8KV in JP52qq     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
LA8KV (JP52QQ) - LEONIDS, 2002-11-19.
Operation from my second QTH. 672 meter ASL.
Wintertime - with snow and 18 gr C below freezing.
Antennas are now fixed to the tower - and next
operation will be in spring 2003 (mai/june).

Rig : IC746, MGF1302, 2x4CX250B and 4 x 15 el

All wrk on SSB random 144.200 +-. Sri for the
station that are not in my logg. The pilup where
tremendos when i called CQ - My notepad are full
of partly copied callsign.

Time	STN	LOC			
00:13	SP2OFW	JO93	38	38	crs
00:15	LY2SA	KO14	37	37	crs
00:31	DL3IAE/PJN49	39	39	crs
00:33	G0RUZ	IO93	37	37	crs
00:34	G4DEZ	JO03	37	37	crs
00:34	G4LOH	IO94	39		NCrs
01:39	PA0JMV	JO21	37	59	crs
	PE1HWO	JO21	59	59	NCrs
01:57	S51ZO	JN86	37	37	crs
01:58	S52EZ	JN86	37	37	crs
02:00	HA5KDQ	JN97	37	37	crs
02:02	S50C	JN76	37	59	crs
	RA3LE		59		NCrs
03:30	OM3TZZ	JN88	39	39	crs
03:32	9A2VR	JN95	37	37	crs
03:45	OE1SOW	JN88	37	37	crs
03:54	EW1RZ	KO33	39	39	crs
04:20	F1EZQ	JN27	59	59	crs
	F6GGF	JN18	37	37	crs
04:21	PA2CHR	JO22	59	59	crs
04:25	DF1IAZ	JN49	39	39	crs
	DH7FFE		39	39	crs
	DF5WC		59	59	crs(?)
	F1NQP	JN19	39	39	crs
	DK5YA	JN49	37	59	crs
	DL3RBH	JN68	37	59	crs
	DL5ZG		37	59	crs
04:34	DB8AT	JO51	37	59	crs
04:38	9A2AE	JN86	37	59	crs
	G0XDI	IO91	39	39	crs
	G4ASR	IO81	37	37	crs
04:47	OK2PIN	JN99	37	37	crs
04:48	HA0MK	KN08	37	59	crs
	OK2VZE	JN89	37	37	crs
	F6DKW	JN18	39	59	crs
04:56	F5HRY	JN19	37		NCrs
04:59	SP9QZS	JO90	59	59	crs
	DK5TE	JN58	39	39	crs
	DF5DE		27		NCrs
05:01	HB9FAP	JN46	39	27	crs
05:08	DB8AT	JO51	39	59	crs
05:09	G0FYD	IO83	37	37	crs
	?IPQ		27		NCrs
05:16	G7RAU	IO91	59	59	crs
	G4KWQ	IO92	38	38	crs
	G0TPH	IO92	38	38	crs
	G8VHI	IO92	49	49	crs
05:17	G4ZFJ	JO01	59	39	crs
05:48	G0XDI	IO91	49	49	crs
	DL5YET	JO41	37		NCrs
05:57	HB9FAP	JN46	39	39	crs
06:26	F5PEJ	JN09	59	59	crs
	F6CBH	JN19	59	59	crs
06:27	9A3PA	JN85	38	38	crs
06:45	OK1AGE	JO70	37	59	crs
	DL8UCC	JO71	37	37	crs
	DO3MAR	JO32	59	59	crs
	DK9NCX	JN59	37	37	NCrs
06:50	DK5RQ	JN68	59	59	crs
	OK1UBR	JN69	59	59	crs
	DK9NCX	JN59	59	59	crs
09:21	SP9QMP	JO90	37	55	crs
09:22	HA8V	KN06	37	37	crs
09:46	DK3WG	JO72	37	37	crs
10:00	DK8VS	JN39	37	59	crs

Found 1 ste. maxima a bit later than calculated. Fun, but
crowded on 144.200. Missed som good DX like
YU1EV, I4XCC, IW2HAJ, I4RHP
No second maxima (10UTC) was found in my loction.
Made QRT at 10.45 UTC and spendt 6 hours in the car on slippy
roads (ice) back to OSLO (JO59).
CU all (during wintertime) from LA2AB (clubstation)  
73/Ken

LA6MV in JO59ej     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
LA6MV in JO59EJ wkd on 144 MHz MS:					

19. Nov 02					
time UTC	stn wkd	rpt sent	rpt rcvd	Locator	
01:45	DK9NCX	59	59	JN59CT	
01:49	IZ4BEH	36	36	JN54VK	
02:17	LA5TFA	38	27	KP09JQ	
02:24	DL9MCC	27	27	JO58UA	
02:29	IW0GPN	27	37	JN62EB	
02:31	OK2PWY	37	27	JN89KV	
02:51	OM3TZZ	37	37	JN88TI	
03:24	F1DUZ	59	59	IN97NJ	
03:36	G4DOL	39	39	IO80SO	
03:39	DG6JF/P	37	38	JO33QN	
03:49	S52C	37	39	JN75BO	
04:08	OK2PIN	37	37	JN99AJ	
04:08	OE8HBQ	37	38	JN76KP	
04:17	F4CKV	37	37	JN16NM	
04:45	DL3RBH	59	59	JN68IK	
04:57	HA5KDQ	37	39	JN97MM	
04:57	S54G	37	59	JN65UN	
04:58	9A2RD	59	59	JN65TF	
05:26	TK5EP	37	37	JN41IW	
05:31	IW2HAJ	59	59	JN62HS	
05:32	I4RHP	59	59	JN54QL	
05:48	DL2IAN-P	39	39	JN49BC	
05:56	DL7FF	59	59	JO62QM	
05:58	IK4PMB	59	59	JN54MM	
05:59	YT1VP	59	59	JN94WG	
06:00	OM3TZZ	59	59	JN88TI	
06:03	9A3PA	39	39	JN85EL	
06:12	IW2DVK-P	59	59	JN80BO	2129km
06:13	T94DU	59	59	JN94
06:17	DK9NCX	59	59	JN59CT
06:17	OK1DKZ	59	59	JN69XP
06:18	YU1EV	59	59	KN04DL
06:23	YU1IO	59	59	KN04DL
06:25	IK0BZY	37	39	JN61FV
06:25	IV3DXW	37	37	JN65QQ
06:32	OK1AGE	59	59	JO70GU
06:39	9A3JH	39	39	JN75AD
06:40	S52EZ	59	59	JN86BP
06:41	T90O	59	59	JN94IR
06:49	DL8UCC	37	37	JO71
06:52	DB8KJ	59	59	JO30CM
07:08	IV3HWT	59	59	JN65ST
07:14	IW3QTG	59	59	JN65QT
07:43	I5TWK-P	59	59	JN70GR
07:43	I8MPO	59	59	JN70CN
08:27	F1PYR	59	59	JN19DA
08:28	F5HRY	59	59	JN18EP
08:42	HA8V	59	59	KN06HT
08:56	F1DBN	56	56	JN18DT
09:59	DL8EBW	39	39	JO31NF
 				 
All contacts in random SSB. 73, de Helge

HA6NY in JN98wc     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Here is my list of QSOs.
New # and DXCC marked *.
QSOs  by HA6NY on 2 m.
Type of propagation: All                Mode: Mixed
>From 17/11/2002 to 19/11/2002           Distance over: 0 Km.            Page: 1
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   DATE     TIME CALLSIGN        LOCATOR TX       RX       MODE REMARKS      QRB
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
17/11/2002 17:00 OH6HFX         *KP24IA  R26      26       CW   3P, 1B      1793
19/11/2002 00:00 F4CKV          *JN16NM  R26      26       SSB              1272
19/11/2002 00:39 YM3XC          *KN30FC  27       R27      SSB              1032
19/11/2002 01:00 UA4AQL         *LO20QB  26       R37      CW   Need CFM    1860
19/11/2002 02:15 9A1CAL/P       *JN82IW  27       R27      SSB               625
19/11/2002 02:38 LY2BAW          KO25KA  27       37       SSB               842
19/11/2002 02:49 SM1A            JO97FK  37       59       SSB              1042
19/11/2002 03:10 OZ6OL           JO65DJ  59       59       SSB               963
19/11/2002 03:58 EA6/DL6SAQ     *JN20CA  59       59       SSB              1536
19/11/2002 04:04 EA6/DL1SAN     *JN10WB  59       59       SSB              1554
19/11/2002 04:11 EA6/DL1GGT     *JM29CX  59       59       SSB              1539
19/11/2002 04:17 DG5YIL          JO32    59       59       SSB              1033+-
19/11/2002 04:29 OH1LT           KP00XD  59       59       SSB              1345
19/11/2002 04:31 YL3AG*         *KO26AW  37       37       SSB              1021
19/11/2002 04:35 LA5KO           JO59FH  R27      27       SSB  Need CFM    1388
19/11/2002 05:01 UT5JCW         *KN64SN  59       59       SSB              1118
19/11/2002 06:55 ES2RJ           KO29JM  59       59       SSB              1309
19/11/2002 07:49 G0VVE           IO91SG  59       57       SSB              1499
19/11/2002 08:23 ON7CL           JO20JU  59       59       SSB              1129
19/11/2002 11:02 G4LOH           IO94IA  59       59       SSB              1610
19/11/2002 11:03 YO2II           KN06PE  59       53       SSB               238
19/11/2002 11:10 SP9AI           JN99MT  59       59       SSB               199
19/11/2002 11:57 GM4JJJ          IO86GB  59       59       SSB              1810
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of QSOs listed: 23

Other stations I heard but not worked are:
SM2GCR, LA2PHA, RX1AS, I8MPO, F5PEJ, F8DO, DL1EJA, HB9FAP and EB3DYS because he
used the same frequency as EA6/DL6SAQ!
I personally enjoyed this shower more than last year.
Special thanks for those who worked me.
My highest appreciation for the EA6/DL CREW for their effort and correct operation.
This time the expedition was not only for DL but for the total community of MSers!

73 es DX! See you during the next shower.
Julius/HA6NY/JN98WC

UT5JCW in KN64sn     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
QSOs worked by UT5JCW (KN64SN) on 2 m.
Type of propagation: MS                 Mode: All mode
>From 18/11/2002 to 19/11/2002           Distance over: 0 Km.
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   DATE     TIME CALLSIGN        LOCATOR TX       RX       MODE REMARKS      QRB
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19/11/2002 02:11 SM1A            JO97FK  59       59       SSB              1770
19/11/2002 02:11 OZ6OL           JO65DJ  59       59       SSB              1925
19/11/2002 02:11 LY2BH           KO25DR  59       59       SSB              1403
19/11/2002 02:18 DK5TE           JN58BG  59       59       SSB              1834
19/11/2002 02:18 LY2BIL          KO24PQ  59       59       SSB              1271
19/11/2002 02:25 DL2OM           JO30SN  59       59       SSB              2049
19/11/2002 02:25 DL1RNW          JO62GJ  59       59       SSB              1766
19/11/2002 02:27 ON7CL           JO20JU  59       59       SSB              2245
19/11/2002 02:37 OK2PIN          JN99    37       37       SSB              1226+-
19/11/2002 02:44 SP1NQE          JO84LL  59       59       SSB              1620
19/11/2002 02:44 SP2CNW          JO93AD  59       59       SSB              1476
19/11/2002 02:45 LZ1QI           KN12PR  59       59       SSB               849
19/11/2002 02:48 DG7RZ           JN59WK  59       59       SSB              1723
19/11/2002 02:48 S52EZ           JN86DT  59       59       SSB              1360
19/11/2002 02:48 IW2HAJ          JN45NO  59       59       SSB              1912
19/11/2002 02:49 PA3BZL          JO22SB  59       59       SSB              2214
19/11/2002 02:49 YU1EV           KN04CN  59       59       SSB              1055
19/11/2002 02:50 DG7RZ           JN59WK  59       59       SSB              1723
19/11/2002 02:51 OK1DKZ          JN69QX  59       59       SSB              1630
19/11/2002 02:53 HA8DZ           KN06CF  59       59       SSB              1056
19/11/2002 02:57 OH5LK           KP30    59       59       SSB              1825+-
19/11/2002 02:59 DL1EAP          JO31IK  59       59       SSB              2122
19/11/2002 03:04 DL1HTT          JO61FR  59       59       SSB              1746
19/11/2002 03:05 DA5LW                   59       59       SSB                  
19/11/2002 03:07 SM4VQP          JO79NB  59       59       SSB              2035
19/11/2002 03:10 DG5YIL          JO32KB  59       59       SSB              2125
19/11/2002 03:13 PE1HWO          JO21GV  59       27       SSB              2278
19/11/2002 03:18 PA3BIY          JO22EB  59       59       SSB              2293
19/11/2002 03:21 PA0JMV          JO21PM  59       59       SSB              2221
19/11/2002 03:23 F6BSJ           JN26HP  59       59       SSB              2248
19/11/2002 03:24 DJ3MY           JN58QD  59       59       SSB              1740
19/11/2002 03:24 PA9RX           JO32MT  59       59       SSB              2134
19/11/2002 03:25 DL8UCC          JO71EQ  59       59       SSB              1621
19/11/2002 03:27 HA8DZ           KN06CF  59       59       SSB              1056
19/11/2002 03:27 PE9GG           JO33NA  59       59       SSB              2134
19/11/2002 03:28 DL1SUZ          JO53    59       59       SSB              1906+-
19/11/2002 03:28 DL1EAP          JO31IK  59       59       SSB              2122
19/11/2002 03:33 S55AW           JN75DS  59       59       SSB              1511
19/11/2002 03:40 SP2BOF          JO94FM  59       59       SSB              1546
19/11/2002 03:42 ES2QH           KO29LL  59       59       SSB              1756
19/11/2002 03:44 IV3CWI          JN66OC  59       59       SSB              1594
19/11/2002 03:44 OK1VT           JN79IX  59       59       SSB              1537
19/11/2002 03:45 PA2CHR          JO21WX  59       59       SSB              2190
19/11/2002 03:45 YU7BCL          KN05FW  59       59       SSB              1034
19/11/2002 03:49 LZ1ZX           KN32IO  59       59       SSB               591
19/11/2002 03:57 OZ8ZS           JO55RT  59       59       SSB              1993
19/11/2002 03:59 9A2AE           JN86HF  59       59       SSB              1331
19/11/2002 04:00 OE3FVU          JN78UE  59       59       SSB              1422
19/11/2002 04:00 OE5NNN          JN78EB  59       59       SSB              1518
19/11/2002 04:00 IV3HWT          JN65ST  59       59       SSB              1569
19/11/2002 04:01 HA1VQ           JN87GJ  59       59       SSB              1347
19/11/2002 04:01 PA0PVW          JO21VA  59       59       SSB              2178
19/11/2002 04:05 DJ8ES           JO43    59       59       SSB              2029+-
19/11/2002 04:05 PA3DYS          JO21JP  59       59       SSB              2257
19/11/2002 04:10 DL2HWA          JO51WE  59       59       SSB              1767
19/11/2002 04:15 DB4ET           JO31    59       59       SSB              2102+-
19/11/2002 04:20 DF0HF           JO50VF  59       59       SSB              1746
19/11/2002 04:20 DL1BKK          JO43NA  59       59       SSB              2006
19/11/2002 04:21 OK1DOM/P        JN79FV  59       59       SSB              1552
19/11/2002 04:28 DK3WG           JO72GI  59       59       SSB              1639
19/11/2002 04:31 I4RHP           JN54QL  59       59       SSB              1751
19/11/2002 04:34 DL6YCY          JO41CU  59       59       SSB              2031
19/11/2002 04:35 DH0GHU          JN38VN  59       59       SSB              2007
19/11/2002 04:35 HB9Q            JN47CG  59       59       SSB              1973
19/11/2002 04:36 DK0OG           JN68GI  59       59       SSB              1657
19/11/2002 04:38 DL8EBW          JO31NF  59       59       SSB              2090
19/11/2002 04:39 DL9MS           JN54WC  59       59       SSB              1718
19/11/2002 04:39 SM7WT           JO65QQ  59       59       SSB              1884
19/11/2002 04:41 I4XCC           JN63GW  59       59       SSB              1669
19/11/2002 04:42 DL5ROB          JN68HG  59       59       SSB              1649
19/11/2002 04:42 DK0OG           JN68GI  59       59       SSB              1657
19/11/2002 04:47 DG5CST          JO60DS  59       59       SSB              1726
19/11/2002 04:49 DL1EJA          JO31DS  59       59       SSB              2158
19/11/2002 04:55 DL1RTL          JO62PH  59       59       SSB              1716
19/11/2002 04:55 DL3BUE          JO72FH  59       59       SSB              1643
19/11/2002 04:55 DL9MCC          JN58UA  59       59       SSB              1714
19/11/2002 05:00 HA6NY           JN98WC  59       59       SSB              1118
19/11/2002 05:01 OK2ZW           JN89HI  59       59       SSB              1386
19/11/2002 05:01 HA6NQ           JN98    59       59       SSB              1190+-
19/11/2002 05:04 YZ7MON          JN93RV  59       59       SSB              1123
19/11/2002 05:04 YU1EV           KN04CN  59       59       SSB              1055
19/11/2002 05:05 DL5MAE          JN58VF  59       59       SSB              1710
19/11/2002 05:07 YT1VV           JN94US  59       59       SSB              1093
19/11/2002 05:07 HA5CW           KN07    59       59       SSB              1018+-
19/11/2002 05:08 YU7EW           KN05HP  59       59       SSB              1019
19/11/2002 05:08 HA5KDQ          JN97SN  59       59       SSB              1128
19/11/2002 05:09 HA8CE           KN06EN  59       59       SSB              1047
19/11/2002 05:09 OM3TZZ          JN88SI  59       59       SSB              1293
19/11/2002 05:09 9A4VM           JN85FS  59       59       SSB              1343
19/11/2002 05:11 DF7KF           JO31GU  59       59       SSB              2143
19/11/2002 05:13 LZ/OM1TF        KN12PN  59       59       SSB               854
19/11/2002 05:13 T94DU           JN95DA  59       59       SSB              1202
19/11/2002 05:13 S57LM           JN76HD  59       59       SSB              1485
19/11/2002 05:14 HA6ZB           KN07    59       59       SSB              1018+-
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of QSOs listed: 94

With best regards! 73 and good DX!
Serge UT5JCW     E-mail: ut5jcw@qsl.net
http://www.qsl.net/ut5jcw/

YM3XC in KN30     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Hello Everyone.
Another adventure and sleeplees activity! 
I almost missed the chance to be on air due to the HV transformer of my 
HM GI7B PA broken when I took it from the Island.
Fortunately it has been re-winded in Canakkale and picked up at 2100 
the night of th 18th....., re-assembled and then... fire!

Not really a sharp maximum (always difficult to say when you have pile 
up all the time) but noticed "groups" of stones every 30 min approx.
I have made some "customers" happy with the new square:
80 random complete QSO (3 HSCW, 77 phone) - 16 DXCC 

6m disappointing: Nobody on. Total 6 QSO........!
QSL via HB9DUR, Andrea Bianchi
Via Ghiringhelli 49, CH 6500 Bellinzona, Switzerland

73 es CU next time
Andrea

LY2SA in KO14ll     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
QSOs worked by LY2SA on 2 m via Leonids 2002
Type of propagation: MS                 	     
----------------------------------------------------
   DATE    TIME CALLSIGN  LOCATOR TX  RX   MODE QRB
----------------------------------------------------
18/11/2002 19:50 OH8K     KP55AS  26  27   WSJT 1313
18/11/2002 22:05 IK0BZY   JN61GW  26  26   WSJT 1590
18/11/2002 22:20 IK4PMB   JN54MM  27  27   WSJT 1398
19/11/2002 00:19 LA8KV    JP52QQ  37  37   SSB  1129
19/11/2002 00:20 LA8G     JP53GJ  27  27   SSB  1216
19/11/2002 01:09 RU3ACE   KO85SM  37  37   SSB   935
19/11/2002 02:38 ON4PS    JO20KQ  59  59   SSB  1288
19/11/2002 02:40 SP2BOF   JO94FM  59  59   SSB   290
19/11/2002 02:57 SM0LCB   JO89XI  27  27   SSB   621
19/11/2002 03:50 I4XCC    JN63GV  59  59   SSB  1396
19/11/2002 03:56 HB9FAP   JN46EW  37  37   SSB  1321
19/11/2002 04:00 G8XVJ    IO83RJ  59  59   SSB  1664
19/11/2002 04:05 G4AEP    IO91NJ  59  59   SSB  1625
19/11/2002 04:11 F6BSJ    JN26FT  59  59   SSB  1551
19/11/2002 04:15 F4CKV    JN16NM  59  59   SSB  1649
19/11/2002 04:16 I4YNO    JN54KP  59  38   SSB  1394
19/11/2002 04:20 F6CRP    IN96KE  27  27   SSB  1928
19/11/2002 04:31 HA1YA    JN87GF  59  59   SSB   922
19/11/2002 04:33 F1EZQ    JN27LS  27  27   SSB  1454
19/11/2002 04:34 DL5DAV   JO31PG  37  37   SSB  1107
19/11/2002 04:48 DL3IAE/P JN49??  39  39   SSB  1100
19/11/2002 04:49 DL8YET   JO31MH  59  59   SSB  1121
19/11/2002 04:57 UX0FF    KN45KJ  59  59   SSB  1094
19/11/2002 04:58 UY5HF    KN66HP  59  59   SSB  1104
19/11/2002 06:37 IK7UXY   JN90DC  59  59   SSB  1635
-----------------------------------------------------
Number of QSOs listed: 25

I did not have seen one realy big peak in Leonids'2002
like 1998 or 2001. Only 03-05 utc have observed longest
reflections, max 2 min. Maybe reason was big QRM from 
military radar station near my QTH. Anyway have made 
some interestings QSOs (UX0FF, UY5HF, OH8K, F4CKV) and
4 new locators. Longest QSO - F6CRP at 1928 km.
Rig here: IC-821H, PA 300W, ant 1x16el. 4wl at 200m ASL.
73! de Vidas, LY2SA in KO14LL

KØPW in EN34     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Well, I managed to survive another Leonids, even have some fun doing so. 
The last-in-my-lifetime storm never seemed to materialize here. Everyone I 
worked, I felt I could have worked during the normal summer meteor 
conditions we have all come to enjoy. Well, perhaps one exception was my 
contact with N1RWY, whose amp died early into the night and had to 
complete with only 33 watts on 2M. That was the longest hour I can recall in 
quite some time.

I was proud of Ping Jockey for staying up under intense loading. At times, 
there was so much activity, a line I typed was already off the screen by the 
time it got posted. From my observations, that caused moments of confusion 
during the peak use hours and made pick-up skeds difficult to arrange at 
times.

Murphy did not take the night off. At approximately 0800z, towards the end of 
a sked with Joe, N1MNU, my cable ISP winked off line. A quick call to their 
support line confirmed that they decided to take the local node down for 
maintenance. No prior notification, no nothing. I was in quite a panic. I 
maintain a dial-up account for emergencies, but had not needed it in a year 
and a half, so the phone numbers were no longer viable. Without internet 
access, I could not go to their Web site to get the new numbers and their 
voice phone number was of no use at 0800z. After unsuccessfully trying to 
sign up for half a dozen dial-up ISPs, like ATT, Sprint, NetZero, Yahoo, 
Earthlink, etc, again at 0830z, I was in a state of high agitation. Luckily, 
KA0RYT, my good neighbor to the east was on and I called him. Ron was 
able to access my dial-up ISP companys Web site and pass along the new 
phone number, enabling me to get back on-line. The whole wringing process 
took an hour and a half. Meanwhile, "Rome was burning". I never regained my 
composure after that, having been up already for almost 24 hours.

I want to thank all of you who were able to run with me, both those who I 
completed with and those I did not. The HSMS sub-band was crawling with 
skeds in progress. I had moments of incredible QRM from stations who were 
not only 800 miles away, but 3-5 Khz away to boot. I think we all stepped on 
a few toes as well as having ours stepped on and I was proud of everyone, 
who in the sleep-deprived states and anxious to complete atmosphere, 
managed for the most part to keep their cool.

All-in-all, I managed about 10 completions, 5 of which were new FSK441 
grids and 2 were 2M "New-new" grids. With the same band conditions, but 
less hectic operating conditions, I felt I could have doubled those amounts. I 
look forward to reading about the experiences the rest of you all had. Feed 
them in...

Now, as we start the "big MS slide" downward, so typical of the winter 
months, I look forward to the brief respite of the Geminids in December, as 
well as the occasional pick-up sked on the weekend mornings.

73, John, K0PW

K1JT in FN20qi     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
I knew I wasn't going to have much time to spend on the Leonids.
Returned home from a public appearance at New York's Hayden
Planetarium^* slightly after midnight EST, set the alarm for 0410
EST (0910 UTC), and went straight to bed.  (It helps a great deal
to have an extremely understanding spouse!)

[No, the event was not about the Leonids, it was about the
Museum's terrific new exhibition on Albert Einstein.  
See 
http://www.amnh.org/programs/hayden/index.html#einstein]

About five minutes later, or so it seemed, alarm went off and I
groped my way to the shack.  Found 144.200 a zoo, as expected.
Plenty of burns, and good signals from stations south and west of
me, more or less wherever I pointed the antenna.  Had the
impression that a single yagi with 30-50 degree horizontal
beamwidth -- or perhaps a stacked pair of those -- might have
been better for this than my rather sharp 4 x 2M9 array.  Had a
couple of SSB QSOs on 144.200, adding to the seething mess there;
and then QSYed down 10 kHz and called a few CQs. Worked several
more stations there.  Checked Ping Jockey Central for stations
from needed grids or in the 1300-1500 mile range; ran a couple of
quick skeds and easy completions using FSK441.  PJC was
incredibly busy: no sooner I clicked "Go" to post a message, and
already ten messages were there following mine!  Hooked up with
KA9UVY on PJC and agreed to run a sked on 222 MHz.  Completed
easily there in 15 minutes using 15-second sequences -- finishing
up with a one-minute burn in which we each had a couple of nearly
solid transmissions and switched to SSB to exchange 73s and
thanks by voice.  Probably should have tried 432 with someone,
but instead checked 6 meters.  Many good signals there, but I
didn't transmit.  Went back to 2 meters and worked a few more on
2-meter SSB.  Headed back to bed at 1050 UTC for another two
hours sleep, since I had a full day ahead.

In the 1.7 hours I was on, the Leonids seemed good but hardly
"once in a lifetime exceptional".  Not as good as last year, but
part of the difference may be that last year it fell on a
weekend, which helped a lot.  (Last year, too, six meters opened
for F2 DX as soon as ths sun came up -- I spent most of the day
working 6m DX including states #49 and 50 and a number of new
DXCC entities, returning to 2 meters from time to time to work a
few more SSB randoms on good Leonids burns.)

See you in the Meteor Scatter contest in December !
73, Joe, K1JT

VK7MO     Top of Page   ·   Bottom of Page
Over the period of the Leonids I went to outback QLD and NSW and
worked from a total of 26 rare squares on 2 meters, giving out
102 new squares to different stations.  The Leonids were not that
good in VK this year so much of the time was no better than
random meteors.  I used a small yagi (2.7 meters long and three
meters above ground) that is quick to set up and with the broad
beamwidth plus the Hot spots covered both Melbourne and Sydney at
once. I tried to choose locations at the junction of  squares so
I could work from two or three each morning. typically 6.00- 8.00
am, 9.00 - 10.00 am and 11.00 am to 12.00 noon local.

In December Mike, VK2FLR, went over to Ceduna (West of Adelaide)
to view the Solar eclipse and took his FT-847 bare foot and a
small yagi that he could take in an aircraft and hired a car and
ran off the car battery.  I worked him from Tasmania for 6 grid
squares near Ceduna over three days.  He also worked back to
Sydney from 5 squares so they add to his own score.  As a result
of using FSK441 and my going portable Mike has moved from a total
of 58 to top the VK list at 100 squares in just eight months.

When working portable I found that at times I had pile ups of up
to 10 stations on my list. I initially called CQ and then only
respond to stations who sent me a report.  The foot print on the
pings is very small so I found that stations only a few Km apart
did not overlap on pings and even on burns you can pick out one
at the start and one at the end - thus there is no problem in all
10 stations TXing at the same time.   In general the approach I
took was to work the higher powered stations first (to maximise
the numbers of stations I worked from each square) and then try
for the lower power stations - many use just 50 watts. This meant
the lower power stations often waited for up to two hours without
any indication they had been heard. To partly overcome this I
included say #4 or #7 etc to indicate the number of stations
still on my list.  I also tried giving reports to multiple
stations eg 2KU/R26 3FMD/R37 VK7MO.

What I would like to do is to give reports to all stations on my
list as the same time - say up to 10.  As I complete with
stations I would change the response from say R26 to 73.  While
this will slow down the rate at which I work the early stations
it should speed up the total number of stations worked in a given
period and more particularly keep the lower power stations
interested.  This would mean going over the 22 character limit
presently imposed by WSJT.

I realise this is a rather specialised application but worth
letting you know in case it is possible in terms of your
thinking.

73,Rex, VK7MO


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