432 MHz MHz AND ABOVE EME NEWS

JUNE 1998 VOL 26 # 6

ALLEN KATZ, K2UYH
Editor

ENGR DEPT., THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, TRENTON, NJ 08650-4700 (W 609-490-2817
OR H 443- 3184, FAX 609-443-1713, AND EMAIL:
Allen Katz, K2UYH

PRODUCTION ASSIST: TOM KIRK, KA2VAD (908-521-2049).

NETNEWS EDITOR: G4RGK, DAVID DIBLEY.

David Dibley, G4RGK

SKEDS CORD & DIRECTORY: DL4EBY/DK0TU, KLAUS TIEDEMANN,
HALSKESTR.35, D-12167 BERLIN, (49-30-7955467), E-Mail:

Klaus Tiedemann.

E-MAIL LIST CORD:
Scott KD4LT

*** NA EME BBS: 704-284-4854 ***

EME NETS

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CONDITIONS

We seem to be in the dog days of summer before summer has really begun. The end of May SW did not produce particularly great conditions, but the main complaint was activity. The truth is that we have had an exciting winter and spring with lots of contests, now we need an exciting summer with summertime dxpeditions to attract the troops back to the bands. Some of these dxpeditions are happening, but there has been little in the way of fanfare to make their presence known. For example TK/DC3VW/p is on the Island of Corsica with 8 vertically stacked yagis and 200 w. Enough to easily work DL9NDD. Another possibility according to K5JL is activity from TI2NA in Costa Rico. Letís get the word out and those summertime dxpeditions rolling!

PARIS 1998

The 8th 432 MHz and Above EME Conference is little more than a month away. Information and up-dates can be found on the conference Web page:

EME Paris 1998

The following have registered:
AA6IW, CT1DMK, CT1FWC, DD1XF, DF6NA, DJ6MB, DJ9BV, DK3FB, DK3WG, DL4EBY, DK4XP, DL6WU, EA3DXU, EA5GIY, F/G8MBI, F1ANH, F1EHN, F1HDD, F2TU, F3VS, F5FLN, F5HRY, F5MZN, F5PAU, F5PL, F6CGJ, F6DLA, F6HYA, G3LQR, G3LTF, G3SEK, G3TSA, G4ALH, G4CCH, G4DZU, HB9AGE, HB9BBD, HB9JAW, HB9JBL, HB9WDJ, I1ANP, I5CTE, I5TDJ, IK5WJD, K2UYH, KD4LT, NC1I, OE5JFL, OE9PMJ, OK1CA, OK1DFC, ON5RR, ON6JY, OZ4MM, PY5ZBU, RW3BP, S50X, S54X, S57UUU, SM2BYA, SM3AKW, SM6CKU, SM7GVF, VE1ALQ, VE4MA, W1QA, W2WD, W5LUU, W7CS, W7GBI, W8TN, WA7CJO and ZS6AXT plus 28 YL/XYLs and 5 children.
There is still some room left at this time, but you need to book quickly because July and Aug are a high tourist season in PARIS. Please remember that your articles must be sent to F5HRY as soon as possible, and before 15 June (the time limit before the printing). The WEB pages have recently been updated with your photos. Please continue to send photos (you and your antennas to F1EHN).

SSB CONTEST

The results 1st EME SSB Contest have not changed much since the Feb NL. OE9XXI is still in 1st place with 48x13 for 624 points. (48 is 2 x the number of SSB QSOs plus 1 x the CW/SSB QSOs). Unfortunately there are a number of stations which should have scorer high but never submitted their logs. OH2AXH and K2DH have to be among these. Because of this I (K2UYH) am in 2nd place with 35x9 for 315 points and W2UHI 24x10 for 240 in 3rd place followed by G3LTF with 25x7 for 175. Certificates will be awarded at the Paris Conference. The 2nd EME SSB Contest is planned for the Feb SW of '99. Is there any interest in extending the contest from 1296 to 70 cm or 13 cm?

DD1XF
Frank was active on 1296 for the 2nd May SW. He worked the following on random: TM8EME, G3LQR and OZ6OL. All QSOs were initials. For skeds contact Frank at e-mail:
Frank, DD1XF

DF4PV
Guenter is now QRV on 23 cm and was active during the 2nd May SW. His rig at present is a 5 m dish with 70 w at the feed. Guenter plans to extended his dish to 6 m later. Guenter's e-mail address is:
Guenter, DF4PV

HA5SHF
Csaba's (HA5BGL) group was active on 1296 on the weekend after the SW and are available for skeds. They are located in JN97mn and equipment with a 3.6 m dish with linear horizontal pol, 100 w at the feed and a FHX35 preamp. They follow the Moon by a telescope, so they can only operate at night when it is dark. Csaba is interested in skeds with "bigger" stations and can be reached by e-mail at:
Csaba, HA5BGL

IK5QLO
Andrea (JN53fu) writes -- I found excellent 432 conditions in the presked weekend (perigee), but very low activity. Anyway I was very happy because I worked 2 more 4 yagis stations with my 2 x 28 el 9 wl yagis and 800 w. It is interesting what QRP can do if one finds the right polarization shift HI! I worked on 23 May K5JL (539/559) UFB for initial #26, W7QX (O/O) #27 - my 2nd 4 yagis station, heard was K7XD (M/-) and nil KB3PD due to local QRM but he copied me, on 24 May W7CNK (O/O) #28 - my 3rd 4 yagi QSO, and 31 May OE5EYM (539/O) on random and nil F1AHN. My homepage is:
IK5QLO's Homepage

K1FO
Steve has been extremely busy with little time for EME or ham radio in general. He spent quite a bit of time this spring looking for land to build a new house. If he were to put up his 28' Kennedy dish at his present location he would have a limited window due to tree blockage. Unfortunately, the only property that he was able to find that met all the requirements, dish window, good tropo location, buildable lot and plenty of privacy was quite a bit farther out in the country than where he presently lives and not where either he or his wife want to live. At his present location there are only 5 houses within a half mile (.8 Km) radius. Most of the surrounding land is part of a water reservoir and open space land trust, very good for ham radio. He is now planning on expanding and remodeling his present house. The job of developing the plans and finding a contractor has more recently occupied his time. The plans include building a new larger shack on the 1st floor to replace his somewhat small shack over the garage. If he proceeds ahead with the plans his present shack will have to be dismantled before the renovations start. In addition all the feedlines will have to be dug up putting him off the air for several months. He and his wife are attempting to make a decision as to whether the results of the remodel will be worth the pain of doing it. In addition to the house work he has been very busy at work and with Lunar-Link Systems. Steve was up at the Rochester, NY hamfest and chewed the fat with the 70 cm and up EMEers who were there. Stations worked past months were on 8 Mar I5TDJ and WB0GGM, on 4 Apr K5WXN, DF3RU and DL4KG, on 30 Apr W7CNK, KA0RYT and JA5OVU, exchanged grid squares with KA0RYT and JA5OVU for the 432 ARRL Spring Sprint Contest, on 1 May VK4KAZ (M/O) #533, DL9KR, and W7CNK, on 2 May JA9BOH, K7XD, N2IQU, JA3SGR, JA3IAF, JH4JLV and JJ1NNJ, on 31 May K5JL, W7CNK and JA5OVU, and on 7 June W7CNK. Steve's polarity rotor (an HDR- 300) again has output shaft keyway problems and now has at least 45 degs of backlash in it. He is just about giving up on the HDR- 300 as he feels the only way to fix the problems would be to go to a spline output shaft and gear, but he has been able to find suitable parts. Steve is considering using a prop pitch motor for polarity rotation, but it would require quite a bit of modification to his mount, plus they are slow and noisy. He looked at the M^2 worm drive rotor, but it is too high to fit into his mount. He is considering trying a Yaesu G-2800SDX rotor. On paper the braking torque looks very impressive, but the motor turning torque looks a bit marginal. He wonders if anyone has any experience with the G-2800SDX rotor? Steve's 70 cm EME totals are: #532 initials, 49 states and 75 DXCC. Svetlana is just now shipping their long awaited version of the 3CX800A7 triode. He has been testing a pair of Svetlana tubes in an LA-70B, 70 cm amplifier. Initial tests look encouraging, the Svetlana tubes are very stable in terms of power output, operating just like a HF amplifier. They bias slightly different than the Eimac tubes, however and require more drive power. Lunar-Link Systems is now stocking both Eimac 3CPX800A7 pulse rated tubes and Svetlana 3CX800A7/3CPX800A7 tubes.

K3HZO
Harry is using a 3.2 m dish and 200 w on 1296 and writes -- I now have a max of 65 degs of elevation available so I can now take stateside skeds on 1296. I am good until I reach an azimuth of 205 deg where I am blocked by trees. One short window remains for me from 255 to 265 deg for above 35 degs of elevation. During the SW I worked K4QI 429), EA6ADW (O), nil EA3UM, PA3CSG (439), nil I6QGA, nil F2TU, nil GW3XYW, nil N2IQU, N6BQ (O) and K2UYH (549). Overall I worked every station heard, had 5 no shows on skeds and QSO'd 3 on random. My initial count is now 25.

K4QI
Russ writes -- I was on 1296 over the activity weekend for a couple of short periods. Conditions seemed fairly good. I worked on 30 May W2UHI, N6BQ, DD1XF, OZ6OL for an initial (#), DF4PV #, K3HZO #, DF3RU, OK1KIR, OZ4MM and PY5ZBU #, and on 31 May W2UHI, HB9BBD (very loud) and K2UYH. Around 2020 on 30 May, I heard someone calling several times. They were very weak and sending very slow. With the slow CW, the libration chops a weak signal up to the point you really cannot copy anything. I missed the TM8EME tests last month because of very high winds the whole weekend. [Russ can be reached on e- mail at Russ, K4QI ]

KL7HFQ
Roger is presently not QRV due to the passing of his aunt. He is not sure when he can get back on. He is involved with settling her affairs. She was a teacher from 1944 to 1974 in Anchorage and amassed a lot of things, many of which are turning out to be historical in nature. Roger notes -- I'm sorry that this is happening but will let you folks know when I can get back on. Please let the gang know that I do not want any schedules as of yet. I don't want hurt feelings when I donít show up or don't answer my e-mail right away. I have had almost 50 messages alone. [You have the sympathy of the EME gang. We understand the situation and will be around when you are ready for the Moon again.]

KU3T
Joe is QRV on 70 cm with 4 yagis and now has an LA-70 online running 1500 w. He worked DL9KR (569) on 2 May at 2200, but heard nil from DL9NDD on 3 May. You can reach Joe at:
Joe, KU3T

N6BQ
Hoppy's 23 cm activity report for May follows -- I QSO'd on 11 May W2UHI, on 23 May DJ9YW and OZ6OL for initial #122, on 24 May W2UHI, DL6YDH, DH0OAH #123 and DJ9YW, on 30 May W2UHI, KD4LT and K4QI, and on 31 May JA6CZD, W2UHI, W7GBI, HB9BBD, G3LTF, K2UYH, OE9ERC and K3HZO #124 . I had a near miss with K9BCT on schedule. No contact since I never copied Randy's Rs. Also I didn't hear anything from 9H1ES on schedule. I increased anode voltage on the TH-327 PA to 3.0 kV dc under load and ran 1.5 kW output for several hours straight with no big bangs! I ran approx 1.3 kW during the entire weekend with very stable operation. The new method of disabling HV and Esg during RX seems to be working. A new feed, VE4MA with built-in polarizer section and 7/16 con- nector on TX port is almost ready to be installed.

N7LQ
Shawn is now QRV on 432 from DM09 (Reno, NV). He is be- lieved to be running close to the legal limit into 4 x 25 el FO yagis. Ron, KA0RYT reports working Shawn (M/O) and says he will be temporarily down to move his array to a rarer grid for the ARRL June contest - portable style.

OK1DFC
Zdenek sends the following report on his 1296 activity during the 30/31 May SW -- I worked OZ4MM (O/M), OK1KIR (O/O) and HB9BBD (559/539) - very strong signal with peaks to 579. Heard were ON5RR, OZ6OL, K4QI, DF3RU, N6BQ, LU6DW, OE9XXI and OH2DG. I used 150 w. I have a new preamplifier made by OK1CA with 0.5 dB NF. Receiving side is thereby very much better. In next 2 windows, I am sorry to say, I will not be active. I will work on completing a higher power amplifier with a TH338 for the next time I am able to be QRV.

ON5RR
Marc, just back from the Italian EME convention, writes -- We intended to work all our skeds, but had problems. When we came on we heard HB9BBD with an outstanding signal. His 10 m dish is doing a great job! It was easier to work Dominique than ever before. Then I got on the sked freq, but during echo testing the EHT of the driver blew. I tried a backup one, but the only thing it wanted to do was oscillate. It even killed the OZ9CR amplifier... Finally I used my 1st amplifier (2x2C39). With reduced drive and EHT I could only make about 60 w. I could hear my own echoes, but nil on all skeds. I heard very weakly PY5ZBU and worked some big guns. We are busy making repairs and hope to be active in June.

OZ4MM
Stig was QRV on 1296 for the SW -- I worked some stations, but didn't find activity too good. Conditions like activity seemed down. QSO'd on Saturday were HB9BBD (57/56) on SSB, DF4PV (529/449) for initial #140, JA6CZD (559/569), DF3RU (549/569), OK1DFC (M/O) - much weaker than normal, OZ6OL (549/559), IK2RTI (439/549) #141, LU4DHD (O/549) #142 DXCC 36 and JR9NWC (M/O) #143. Back in beginning of May I worked TM8EME (59/58) on SSB. Concerning my e-mail address, there was an error in last NL! The address should be:
Stig, OZ4MM

PA0EHG
Hans writes -- I was QRV for the TM8EME tests and re- ceived good signals from them but did not succeed in making a contact. Several lessons were learned. Misalignment of the dish was the 1st and biggest mistake. Measuring the Sun noise helped me discover the alignment problem. 2nd was the NF of my preamp. Measuring only 8 dB of Sun noise indicated that much improvement could be realized in building a new preamp. I am building a DJ9BV design with a HEMT to replace the old MGF1302 preamp. The biggest surprise was that during the TM8EME activity I heard several other stations on the same frequency as TM8EME. This gave me my last lesson that my CW knowledge must be improved. Activity from my side will be to build a dish and perhaps do some tests with my 2.5 m dish. The spark is glowing and something will result.

SV1BTR
Jerry heard nil on 23 May from W7CNK, HP3XUG and K5JL. He notes that he will be away in SV9 from 29 May to 2 June for a 2m EME and MS dxpeditions. He will be again QRV on 70 cm on the weekend of 20-21 June. On the weekend of 27/28 June he will be away from Athens on a business trip.

W7EME
Jeremy in ID (DN14wv) is just about set for EME operation on 70 cm with 8 x 432cp42ug modified cross yagis and 800 w from a pair of 4CX250Rs. Jeremy has stereo RX via FT1000mps, dual stage preamps and separate feeders. He notes that 222 and 13 cm EME are in the works, but that 23 cm is on the back burner. He expects to be QRV in June pending some tree removal. His address is (Jeremy Alexander, PO Box 1818 McCall, ID 83638), tel 208-634- 4466 and e-mail:
Jeremy, W7EME
[PA problems have delay Jeremy, but he expects to be QRV very soon.]

K2UYH
I was only able to be on one day during the SW and chose to try 1296 as I was on 432 last month. Conditions did not seem very good, but I did QSO on 31 May at 1921 HB9BBD (57/54) on SSB with an immense signal, 1944 OZ6OZ (549/559) for initial #153, 0200 K4QI (559/559), 2021 K3HZO (549/O) #154, 2032 N6NB (559/549), 2043 G3LTF (559/549) and 2100 OE9ERC (56/56) on SSB. I was again on 1296 the post SW and worked on sked on 6 June at 2330 HA5SHF (O/O) for #155 and DXCC 37. Signals were up and down due to tree blockage at the low declination. I used circular pol even though HA5SHF was linear as I did not read his e-mail carefully. Afterwards, at 0010 W2UHI was QSO'd (55/44) on SSB, but signals were erratic due to the tree problems. I also ran several skeds with VK4KAZ on 432, but only copied pieces of calls. My window to the west has just about disappeared! I may have to wait until the leaves come off the trees before I can work him.


NETNEWS

by G4RGK

EA3UM has been away on business travel. Magi was unable to make his skeds with SV1BTR and WB0GGM and sends his apology.

WD5AGO is looking for an Australian station on 23 cm.

K2DH plans to try with AF1T on 903 and then he will put the 23 cm feed in for the June SW and will migrate to 13 cm.

N7EIJ has 8 yagis from N7ART and hopes to be QRV on 70 cm by end of the summer. He still needs a PA.

W4HHK had a visit from W5LUA and W5ZN on their way to Dayton.

9H1PA has a 2 m solid dish with a .4 f/d. He plans EME on 1296.

DL9KR, worked VK4KAZ for initial #691 and KU3T #692. Jan is looking for a sked with WA6YDI. He reports TK/DC3VW/P has worked DL9NDD quite easily with 8 vertically stacked yagis and 200 w. Jan is also looking for info on W6ZL.

K6IBY needs a couple RCA 4634 tetrodes and then will be QRV on 432 EME. Joe reports that Fresno State college is putting together multi band EME station with a 6 m beam with a 70 foot boom, 4 x crossed yagis (K6MYC) for 2 m, 4 x M2 24' long on 220 and multi yagis on 70 cm. Hams involved in this project include WA6YDI and K6MYC.

ON4KNG completed with SV1BTR.

DH0MBH has 6 yagis on 70 cm.

W2UHI worked OZ6OL for a new one on 1296 in May.

VE1ALQ's new dish will be in the air in about 2 weeks. The dish is a 12' TVRO for 5.7 GHz and above.

KA0RYT worked GW3XYW for a new one and also W7CNK, but did not complete with OE3JPC.

HB9BBD's new dish is working very well. Dom has worked 60 QSO with it thus far.

W0RAP's dish is up but not operational yet. Bob will be working on the dish actuators now that the WX is better.

W4OP heard WA9FWD and K3HZO on 23 cm. He has 700 w out and will be look for them on random.

HP3XUG did not hear SV1BTR. Louie did heard W7CNK twice, but did not complete.

K7XD did not complete with KB3PD and IK5QLO.

PA3CSG has 15 dB of Sun noise with his 3 m dish on 10 GHz and is working on the TX side.

9H1ES has not sent out QSL cards yet. He will try to send the QSLs in next 2 weeks. He had a very fine QSO with HB9BBD on 10 May. He plans to build a bigger dish.

W5ZN is QRV on 70 cm and 6 cm and is looking for skeds. He will be moving to 23 cm soon. He still needs VE4MA on 902.

NU7Z worked AF1T and WA8WZG on 903.

AF1T has worked on 903 WA8WZG, NU7Z and K2DH and tried with VE4MA, but heard nil.

N2HLT has 4 x RIW yagis and 600 w, but is planning to take them down and put up 8 x K1FO yagis.

WA8WZG has worked AF1T and NU7Z on 902 and is moving to 5760.

W2UHI missed his DH0OAH sked, but did work N6BQ and DF4PV for a new one on 1296. Frank had some minor problems with dish control, but now has resolved them.

K5JL has finally worked SV1BTR. Jay had a tornado pass a couple of miles to the north. Jay reports that TI2NA, Eric, has 4 yagis and needs encouragement to get back on 70 cm.

W7FN is recovering from an operation and not QRV at the moment.

K9BCT had a sked with N6BQ. He had easy copy on his end, but had to leave to catch a plane. His diagonal horn is now working very well.

WB0TEM plans to be active again on EME. It will take Mark a few hours to get his dish back in service, but work has begun. He expects to be QRV by autumn.

VE4MA is thinking of firing up on 24 GHz pretty soon.

LX1DB worked OE9ERC on 5.7 GHz.

W6/SM0PYP Paul has a new address (P. Chominski, 17433 Gi- braltar Court, San Diego, CA 92128), tel/fax: 619-676-0381 and e- mail:
Paul, W6/SM0PYP


FOR SALE

KU3T has for sale a 3CX800A7 Power Amplifier based on the Henry amp with manual. Output is 700 w. The price is $800 USD including shipping in the US. You can reach Joe at:
KU3T

N7EIJ is looking for a 70 cm PA .

WB2GLW needs 10' of 10 GHz cable with connectors, loss must be less than 4 dB. He also has for sale a Transco TR Relay with N connectors and dual coil $US40, Andrews WR75 90 degree bend PN 55221-75 E708D $US25 and WR 75 Dummy Load $US20. E- mail to Mike at:
WB2GLW
or phone (516) 582- 5246.

NA4N is looking for a 12' dish.

W7EME is looking for a manual or reprint for a microwave test set "TS-130A/UP". He is also looking for the little bolometer that went with this unit. Contact Jeremy at:
W7EME

KB2AH has a full line of cavity amps and 1, 2, 4 and 6 tube ring amps, lin/circular feed horns and LNAs for 432 and 1296. Tom also has mounting blocks for K1FO yagis . For full details see Tom's 1296 WEB page:

TOM, KB2AH Web Page

for more details and pricing info e-mail:
Tom
or phone 908-223-5067, FAX 908-223-0901 (24 hrs) or voice 908-223-8124.


TECHNICAL

This month we have a modification for the UPX-4 and similar 6 tube ring amps from G3LTF. Peter writes -- for sometime I have struggled with various input circuit arrangements for my home brew 6 tube 3CX100A5 amp. I used loops and direct ground taps from the sidewall, but I believed these all upset the symmetry of the cavity operation. I recently changed to a direct tap on the central tuning slug. This seems to do the job with much better balance of currents in the tubes - see the diagram at the end of this NL. The dimensions are approximate. You may have to experiment.

Also in this NL is the list of stations on microwave EME prepared by NU7Z.

JF1EFA with 4 x 26el K1FO Array

JF1EPA's Solid State 432 HPA
8 x 2C33102 for 600 W Output at 432 MHz.

FINAL

This month there was only a 3 week turn around between SWs. Unfortunately we have to leave for a business trip on the weekend we would normally prepare the NL. Thus the NL is a week later than normal. I am sorry for this delay, but there was nothing I could do. The rest of the summer does not look much better. We will be away on another trip at the end of June and the will be gone again for several weeks for the PARIS Conference.

Recordings of the TM8EME QSOs have been uploaded to the WEB by F5MZN. Samples of all QSOs are available. The records are saved as WAV format, 8 KHz, 8 bits, mono. If you want to hear your signal or one of the others, connect to:

TM8EME Sound clips

and then after entering one directory, click on the file you want to listen. It can take some time before being able to listen a particular record. It depends of the file length and of the date rate available to you.

Thanks for the technical material and reports. Please keep the information coming. . I should be QRV in June SW and will be looking for you off the Moon.


                      432MHz & up EME skeds

   JUN 20

Time   432.040        432.045

0130z  JA5OVU-VK4KAZ
0200z  DK3WG -VK4KAZ  
0230z  SM2CEW-VK4KAZ  
0300z  SV1BTR-JA5OVU  
0800z  SV1BTR-YO2IS   
0900z  KB3PD -SV1BTR  
1000z  KB3PD -RW4AQ   W0KJY -SV1BTR  
1030z  WA8WZG-SV1BTR  
1100z  LU4HO -OK1KIR  KB3PD -HA1YA   
1130z  WB0GGM-OK1KIR  W7CNK -SV1BTR  
1200z  KB3PD -EA8FF   K7XD  -S52CW   
1230z  KB3PD -S52CW   K7XD  -DL4MEA  
1300z  KB3PD -PY5ZBU  W7CNK -S52CW   
1330z  W7CNK -PY5ZBU  K7XD  -G3LTF 
1400z  KL7HFQ-W5ZN    W7CNK -HP3XUG  
1500z                 W7EME -K7XD    
1530z  KB3PD -KD4LT   N7LQ  -K7XD    
1600z                 KL7HFQ-K7XD    
1830z  K2UYH -VK4KAZ  
1900z  VK4KAZ-KD4LT   
1930z                 K7XD  -K1OR    
2000z                 JJ1NNJ-K7XD    

    JUN 21

Time   432.040        1296.050       1296.075

0300z  OE5JFL-VK4KAZ
0930z                                VE1ALQ-DF4PV   
1000z                 DH9FAG-OK1KIR  VE1ALQ-OZ6OL   
1030z                 DD0SB -OK1KIR  VE1ALQ-HA5SHF  
1100z  W5ZN  -W1ZX    9H1ES -OK1KIR  VE1ALQ-DJ5MN   
1130z                                VE1ALQ-DL6YDH  
1200z                 PY5ZBU-OK1KIR  KB0PYO-DJ9YW   
1230z                 WA9FWD-OK1KIR  K3HZO -F2TU    
1300z                 K3HZO -OK1KIR  VE6TA -DD1XF   
1330z                 K9ZZH -OK1KIR  K3HZO -EA3UM   
1400z                 NP4B  -OK1KIR  K3HZO -GW3XYW  
1430z                 VE6TA -ON5RR   K3HZO -K2DH    
1500z                 VE6TA -KD4LT   K3HZO -PY5ZBU  
1530z                 VE6TA -PY5ZBU  K3HZO -WA8WZG  
1600z                 VE6TA -WA8WZG  
1630z                 VE6TA -W4OP    


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