432 MHz AND ABOVE EME NEWS
OCTOBER 1996 VOL 24 #10
EDITOR: ALLEN KATZ, K2UYH;
ENGR DEPT., TRENTON STATE
COLLEGE, 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).
SKEDS CORD & DIRECTORY: DL4EBY/DK0TU, KLAUS TIEDEMANN,
HALSKESTR.35, D-12167 BERLIN, (49-30-7955467),
E-Mail: Klaus, DL4EBY/DK0TU
*** NA EME BBS: 704-284-4854 ***
14.345 1600 Z SAT/SUN;
CONTL NA NET: SCOTT, KD4LT AND JAY, K5JL.
EUR NET: JOE, K1RQG (207-469-3492).
EME STANDINGS: JIM STARKEY, W0KJY, 3845 CAPITOL DRIVE, FT.
COLLINS, CO 80526, (970) 226-0669)
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Only one month to go and it will be ARRL EME Contest time
again. I can feel the electricity building. The 2nd Aug/1st Sept SW was
hopefully a mini preview of this year's main event. Conditions were good
and activity up. The rise in activity may have been due to scheduling of
the Italian EME Contest for this weekend, although this NL did have info
on the contest, many stations did not seem to know a contest was in
progress... Or it may simply has been due to the ending of summer
activities and a return of interest in EME and the coming competition.
On 23 cm YL3AG was back again along with YL2KA from Lithuania and CT1DMK
for new 1296 countries. It looks like 4X4 will also be QRV on 23 cm for
the contest - see below.
- Ralph writes -- Howie, 4X6UJ, Chris, 4Z5JA and Arkady, 4Z5DB and
myself are planning to participate in the upcoming EME ARRL contest.
Howie and the group in Haifa will have a 3 m dish ready for the contest,
as well as l00 w on l.3 GHz. We would like to run some tests on 23 cm
before the contest. We also will probably run on 70 cm using my amp. So
if good health and weather permits, we will be QRV. The telephone number
is 972 4 8381180 (ATR Electronics).
- Luisis now QRV on both 432 and 1296 EME -- I was active on 432
testing my new amplifier for the 1st time during the Eur/REF Contest.
The amp is home made and employs a GS35b. It is capable of 1.5 KW, but
unfortunately I had to run it with the 2.5 KV power supply from my 2 m
amplifier. This gives about 1 KW (or less). The antennas are 4 x 23 el
(DL6WU) yagis with open feeder and an MGF1303 LNA at the feed. I worked
DL9KR (O/M) before I had the amp, using only 100 w. With the 1 KW amp I
worked, most on random, NC1I (O/O), K1FO (M/M), N4GJV (M/M), SM4IVE
(O/O), DL9KR (O/O), UR5LX (O/O), K5GW (559/339), DK3WG (M/M) and
EA6/DF5JJ (M/M). On 1296, finally after 8 long months of work, I have a
5.6 m dish resurrected from scrap and put to work on the best job ever -
EME! The antenna positioning uses DC motors with pulse feedback (like
satellite actuators). The movements are inclination/rotation axis. This
requires computing to convert to Az/el. The position control is done by
a 8051 based controller that requires only Az/el targets and does the
aiming job all alone. The final result is a 0.1 deg resolution in the
rotation (similar to Hour Angle) and a 0.14 deg resolution in the
inclination (similar to Declination). The resulting windows are for
negative dec from 110 to 230 deg in Az, for dec near zero from 105 to
240 deg, and for positive dec from 100 to 250 deg. I'm using a scalar
feed, with about 100 w and a .6 dB NF LNA. My own echoes are week but
there most of the time. A higher power amp (1 KW) is under construction,
never the less, in the mean time I can accept skeds. I worked on 4 Aug
EA6/DF5JJ (559/339) for initial #1 on 1296 EME from CT, and on 9 Aug
OE9XXI (559/449). During 4 Aug, I received excellent signals from OE9XXI
(559), VE1ALQ (559) - he replied with QRZs to my call, F6CGJ (569),
HB9BBD (549), PA3CSG (579), and some others that I couldn't get the
complete the callsign.
- Simon writes that he is concentrating on EME again. He has not
been too active the last few months, but should be more QRV in the
future. He has made repairs to his 432 array and is getting 12.5 dB of
Sun noise again. He has switched feeds in his dish from 13 cm back to 23
cm, and is getting 13 dB of Sun noise after correcting a connector
problem. Simon still has only a 2x2C39 PA going on 1296, but is moving
this amp to the base of his dish which should up his effective power by
2.5 dBs. In the future he plans to also add EME capability for 9 cm.
- Doug had a great time on 23 cm during the July SW -- The best yet
with 9 QSOs and 3 initials, bringing me up to #26. Echoes weren't too
strong, but activity was certainly up. I QSO'd on 3 July KB2AH, OE9XXI
and AA6WI, and on 4 July W2UHI, HB9BBD, ZS6AXT (sked), OE9XXI, WD5AGO
and F6CGJ. I need to prune some of the shrubs in the garden as they've
sprung up over the summer and have started to block the dish during my
restricted US window.
- Dominique's EME report follows -- No question, the EME
conference was an exiting event. We all got to know each other much
better and deepened our friendship. Willie and his crew did a superb job
in organizing the social and technical program. Special thanks for the
interesting handout! We really enjoyed meeting so many EMEers. Marie
sends her regards to all, especially to Charlotte and Darrel. I did not
participate in the Italian contest. I feel the rules are too complex.
Nevertheless I made many fine contacts on 1296. I QSO'd on 31 Aug W2UHI
(539/549), OE9XXI (589/559), KB2AH (56/53) on SSB, OE9XXI (53/53) on
SSB, AA6WI (539/539), IK3COJ (529/549), F1ANH (539/549), ZS6AXT
(539/559), YL3AG/A (549/539) for initial #72 and a new country, partial
DH9FAG (M/-) on sked, HB9SV (569/559), EA6ADW (559/559), and on 1 Sept
N2IQU (569/559), VE1ALQ (569/569), KB2AH (589/569) and on SSB (56/54),
W2UHI (539/559), SM2CEW (519/559), OH2AXH (569/569), AA6WI (549/549) and
OE9XXI on SSB (54/53). Conditions seemed to be excellent, especially on
Saturday. I have a line on 2 commercial 10 m dishes mounted on a
mountain top. I can get them free, but must dismantle and transport them
at my own cost. One of the dishes is on a 45 m tower.
- Yoshiro writes -- On 31 Aug, I worked on 2424.1 JH3EAO (M/O), on
432 UR5LX, G3SEK, DK3WG and JA5OVU, and on 1296 OE9XXI (579/559), EA6ADW
(539/449) - this is the new call of EA6/DF5JJ and YL3AG/A (559/539) for
initial #55. On 1 Sept I worked DF3RU on 432.
- Bill updates us on his activity from March through the Aug SW --
All QSOs were random. I QSO'd on 3 March N4PZ, in Eur Contest on 23-24
March DF3RU, DJ6MB, DK3WG, DL9KR, DL9NDD, EA2LU, F6CGJ, G4RGK, K1FO,
K2UYH, K5JL, KB8ZW, N4GJV, NC1I, ON4KNG, OZ4MM for initial #215, SM2CEW,
SM3AKW, SM4IVE, UR5LX, UT5DL and UT5EC for a total score of 22x14, heard
during the contest were EA3DXU, HA1YA, KD4LT, VE6TA, W7FN and W9QXP -
CWNR several times, on 22 April 7M2PDT #216 and W2CRS, on 25-26 May
K2UYH and W2CRS, on 6 July JA5OVU and JA2KRW, on 4 Aug K5WXN, VE6TA,
VT7VF #217, W7HAH, UR5LX, SM2CEW, DF3RU and 7M2DPT. The 96 Int'l EME
conference was excellent. Thanks to W1ZX, AA4TJ, and W4RDI for all the
hard work. I returned to home all inspired to add polarity switching on
432, and to get QRV on 23 cm EME.
- Steve was very pleased to once again see the return of good EME
conditions and good activity with the 31 Aug/1 Sept skeds weekend. It
sure is amazing every year to see the improvement in activity and
conditions at end of summer. It was also good to have some common window
with Eur at reasonable operating hours. Worked over the SW were on 30
Aug KA0RYT, on 31 Aug EA6/DF5JJ, UA6LGH, UT7VF, YO2IS, F5SDD (549/559)
initial #496?, F5IVP (549/559) sounded like the same station as F5SDD,
KA0RYT, IK0EQJ, EA3DXU, W2CRS, JA5OVU, JA2KRW, JA2TY #497, JR9NWC,
JH4JLV and W9QXP, on 01 Sept ON4KNG, KD4LT, UR5LX, I2COR, DK3FB and
JO3RNL, and on 02 Sept NA4N (449/459) #498. Worked earlier in the month
were on 04 Aug SM3AKW, WA4NJP, JA2KRW, 7M2PDT, JS3SIM, JA5OVU and KD4LT.
The early Aug SW corresponded to the ARRL UHF contest. Unfortunately
Steve was only able to get grids squares out of SM3AKW and KD4LT. Worked
on 10 Aug was KF0M (O/O) #495. Steve had a great time at the EME
conference in Bowie, MD. Steve has taken advantage of the great late
summer weather to do some repairs on the array. The main problem has
been wear in the key ways on his HDR-300 and polarity shaft coupling.
The array had about 60 degrees of angular play in it. Its a good thing
that polarity on EME usually only requires +/- 20 degree accuracy. The
repairs to the HDR-300 consisted of machining a new output shaft out of
4130 steel with a larger key way to mate with the output gear on the
HDR-300. The new shaft was also made longer to eliminate a coupling.
Finally the original HDR-300 mast clamp base was replaced by large
machined aluminum blocks designed to attach to the output shaft with a
large contact patch, that is they will be held by friction and not by a
key way. Steve hopes that these parts will hold up longer than the
original HDR-300 parts which have never made it even 2 years before
requiring a rebuild. The HDR-300 is however a big improvement over the
Tailtwister he originally used for polarity rotation as this rotator
never made it past a month without breaking. He also notes that arrays
of 16 rear mount yagis are quite manageable and can be handled by ham
rotors. Expanding the array from 16 to 24 yagis and it's resultant
mechanically non-symmetrical shape makes the array far more difficult to
handle. To put it another way it seems like the additional 1.7 dB in
array gain has resulted on 6 dB of mechanical stress and problems.
However, his little 24 Yagi array is nothing compared to NC1I's 48 Yagi
array or K5GW's 64 Yagi array. At the conference Frank and Gerald
traded notes on sheared bolts, bolts that magically loosen up and other
problems with their polarity rotation systems. Steve's 432 MHz EME
totals are #498 initials, 49 states and 75 DXCC.
- Tom reports -- Activity seems to be up on 23 cm for the SW. My
2nd dish is now up. It is 6 m in dia and built out of stainless steel.
It is mounted on a tower to give me a window of >= 6 deg at any dec. My
Asian window is still a problem, but that will be taken care of very
shortly. (The tops of some trees still have to be trimmed to the west.)
Sun noise is 16.5 dB. The center of the dish is up at 8 m. And I will be
able to be QRV in winds up to 40 mph. I will be running 500 w with a
separate amp. My 10.3 m dish of course is still in operation with 1 KW.
I will use the 6 m dish until the moon gets into the window of my 10 m
dish - usually at about 25 deg and then switch to the bigger dish.
Switching dishes takes about 10 sec. It is quite interesting to be able
to RX echoes on the 10 m dish from a TX on the 6 m dish, or in reverse.
Tracking 2 at once is even more fun. I am considering setting up a 1296
off the moon beacon, when I am not on. The logistics require more than
just your every day tracking program. (Power is the least of the
problems.) It was a pleasure meeting all who attended the EME
conference, I had a great time.
- John writes -- I have been active on 432 EME for the past several
months with a temporary setup consisting of 2 9 wl M2 yagis on a tripod
in the back yard. They are mounted with vert pol. The PA is a K2RIW at
about 800 w. TX feed line is a mixture of 7/8 hard line and 9913. The
preamp is an MGF1402 mounted at the antenna with 9913 into the shack. So
far I have worked NC1I on random for my 1st contact followed by K5JL,
K1FO and KD4LT on schedules. SM2CEW was not heard on a schedule. My Grid
square location is EM17 in Kansas. Home phone 316-554-0597 and work 316-
941-6464. E-mail is: John, KF0M
- Peter added a new 1296 country on 9 Aug by QSOing CT1DMK
(439/559). (CT1DMK, Luis is using a 5.6 m dish with lin pol and 80 w).
He contacted on 1296 on 31 Aug/1 Sept N2IQU (569/589), VE1ALQ (569/589),
W2UHI (559/589) and (54/55) on SSB, HB9BBD (559/589) and (53/53) on SSB,
G4DZU (549/569), AA6WI (559/559) and (55/56) on SSB, KB2AH (56/57) on
SSB, IK3COJ (549/569), SM5DGX (539/549), DH9FAG (549/559), ZS6AXT
(559/579), YL3AG/a (559/579), EA6ADW (559/569) and (55/56) on SSB,
JA4BLC (559/579), HB9SV (579/579), OH2AXH (569/579), WD5AGO (559/579),
SM2CEW (559/579), YL2KA (42/53) on SSB, HB9BHU (559/559), F5PAU
(569/559) and F1ANH (569/569) and (54/55) on SSB - all QSOs were on
- Lyle brings us up-to-date on his 3 cm status -- I have been busy
constructing an "upgraded" 10 GHz EME setup. It has been some 3 years
since I started using a 1.75 m dish for the contact with Jim WA7CJO,
back in Oct 1994. In Jan 1995 I was given a 3.7 m Andrew dish, along
with Gregorian sub-reflector, but not the 11-14 GHz corrugated feedhorn.
(I currently using a pyramidal feedhorn.) As I had already received a
lot of help from Charlie, G3WDG, (and others, as Kent, WA5VJB, etc.), I
decided to try to "stretch" the distance a bit by QSOing G3WDG. After a
number of attempts, and replacement of my TWTA by one loaned by Charlie,
we finally succeeded on 18 Aug (M/O). As it had taken only 25 min of our
50 min common window, we set up a test with Petra, G4KGC. This QSO took
only 7.5 mins to complete (O/O). The distance using GPS receivers and
the VK3UM computer program, came to 17,000.4 km. An interesting point
was the additional noise which we had to contend with, using such low
elevations. I had local rain showers and heard rain scatter effects at
one time during the test. (One of the earlier tests was severely
affected by rain scatter from a thunderstorm on the path close to Char-
lie's location). I had some assistance at the time of the test from our
local radio club members, as I had to make up a trailer and mount my 3.7
m dish on to it, in order to be able to move the dish to the only place
on my property from which I can see the western horizon. This is on my
front driveway. Welding was done by Mike, VK2DFK. We initially
manhandled the trailer to a point where I could hitch it to a towbar on
the front of my car. Them we pulled it to the operating position. Of
course, the dish can only be left in this position for the test period.
We had to move it back to its "stow" position, beside the house
afterwards - out of the worst of the wind and more out of sight to
passers-by, etc. I operate EME from inside my garage, about 25 m from
the dish, by means of some 60 control lines and 3 coax cables. I get one
of the guys to act as a "2nd op" whose job is to track the moon using
moon noise during the 2.5 min RX periods. During the 2.5 min TX periods
a "home brew" auto tracking system takes over to keep the dish "on the
moon" within 0.2 degrees. I have received a lot of assistance from
amateurs, both in VK and overseas to get this system "up and running"
and gratefully acknowledge this. The pol is vert at present (as required
to work into Europe) so some mods will be required to work into NA. I
only get 1-2 days per month where I can use the gap in the trees for
EME. I can turn the dish on the trailer in azimuth to "look east", but
as I am taking my "long suffering" wife on a holiday to Perth Western
Australia to see our grandchildren, it will be a while before any more
tests can be organized.
- Willie has not been on 70 cm EME recently, because of involvement
with the EME Conference. All went very well at the conference. One
exception was the Proceeding. The printer had a problem, and the center
section was printed backward. Any attendees that would like to, can
return their Proceedings to Willie Mank (7620 Bensville Rd., Waldorf, MD
20603). The printer will correct this problem at no cost, and Willie
will return them. Willie has some extra hats ($10.00), coffee cups
($5.00), and clocks ($3.00) from the '96 EME Int'l Conference For Sale
with the logo of course. Also available are Proceedings at $US 12.00 +
shipping ($3.00 in the US), shirts at $27.50 + shipping, and name badges
for $ 7.00. The list of the Conference attendee per W4RDI includes
AA2AM, AA4TJ, AA6WI, DF6NA, DF9CY, DL3YEL, F5FLN, F5JWF, G8RWG, HB9BBD,
HB9BHU, HL5QO, IK6EIW, IW6ARH, K0RZ, K1FO, K2UYH, K3EAV, K3JH, K3LFO,
K3XA, K5GW, K5JL, K9BCT/4, KB2AH, KB8ZW, KC4CQR, KD4LT, KR1R, N2CEI,
N2IQU, N4MW, N8FGV, NA3I, NU7Z, NV3Z, PY5ZBU, S56UUU, SM0PYP, SM3AKW,
SM5BSZ, SM7GVF, VE1ALQ, VE1XYL, VE3ASO, VE3UXZ, VK1VP, W1ZX, W3SDZ,
W4HHK, W4RDI, W4RX, W5LUU, W7FN, W8MQW, W8TN, WA3ZKR, WA4NJP, WA7CJO,
WA9FWD, WB4NFS, WB5LUA, WE5X, WG3R, WI7Z, ZL1GSG and ZS6PT. Willie hopes
everyone had a great time at the Conference. Willie and Bill, AA4TJ
thank all the speakers. The grand prize was a NEW Bird 43 w meter won by
HB9BHU. Another negative was that Willie's truck disappeared while he
was at the conference, and was apparently stolen. Willie is still
missing his 1990 Chevy Pick-up.
- Szigy sends the following QSO information -- on 3-4 Aug at 2320
OZ4MM (559/429), 2330 JA2KRW (O/O) for initial #131, 2352 DF3RU
(559/339), 0000 7M2PDT (M/M) #132, heard JS3SIM (M) and nil from F1IKA,
and on 31 Aug - 1 Sept (Italian Contest) at 0200 K1FO (569/439), 0230
UR5LX (579/O) - very strong, 0245 WA4NJP (O/O), 2200 DK3WG (O/O), 2220
DJ6MB (559/O), 22.50 PA3CSG (559/539), 2305 ON4KNG O/O), 2315 DF3RU
(559/539), 2330 I2COR (O/O) and 2335 IK2EAD (O/O) - heard were KD4LT
(569) - CWNR, EA3DXU (M), F5IVP (449) - CWNR and DK0NA (559) testing for
echoes. I still need Oceania for WAC, pity that my window is quite small
to the east. My standings are at initial #132, DXCC 33, states ?, grids
110 and sectors 23.
- I was active during the 2nd Aug SW on 70 cm, and amazingly just
about everything seemed to work after a 2 month hiatus. The only problem
was my azimuth readout. This turned out to be a broken shaft in a
reduction gear, which may have been the cause of unexplained readout
errors I have experienced in the past. My hearing seemed to be more the
way it use to be. I cut back from 2 to 1 preamps at the feed of my dish.
This change was suggested by K1FO at the Conference. In recent years,
broadcast and commercial radio services have greatly increased in the
vicinity of my station. Steve felt these powerful sources may be
desensing my preamps. I plan to do additional follow up on this
possibility prior to the contest. Because of family activities during
the US Labor day holiday weekend, I was only active on Saturday morning.
I QSO'd at 0416 K5JL (559/569), 0421 KD4LT (559/-) - lost when I
switched to SSB, 0448 IK5JWD (559/O), 0459 G3SEK (559/549), 0520 ON4KNG
(559/O), 0549 EA3DXU (559/O), 0621 WI7Z (559/579) for initial #570 and
0640 G3HUL (559/549). I also tried to operate during the JA window, but
with the relatively low Moon dec, the tree foliage was too great. I plan
to be QRV on both 432 and 1296 in Sept.
KB3PD's e-mail address was apparently still wrong in the last NL. Rick's
correct address is Rick, KB3PD [I hope!].
W8TN is planning to drive to FL to pick up Randy, K9BCT's 4.6 m solid
dish, which he plans to use on 1296 and above EME.
EA6ADW is the new call of EA6/DF5JJ.
DK3FB has completed WAC with a QSO to PY5ZBU. He now stands at initial
#74, DXCC 24 and WAS 13.
WA6MGZ has moved to AZ and plans to be QRV on 432 with 4 x 12 wl yagis
and on 1296 with a 5 m dish, before the end of the year.
HB9SUL (JN46la) worked 9 station in the last ARRL EME Contest, but after
that was away in VK for 6 months. Andrea is now back home again. He
expects to be QRV on 70 cm with 4 x38 el yagis and 500 w from an RIW
final for the Oct SW. His address is (A. Bianchi, Via Arbostra, 23/E,
CH-6963 - PREGASSONA, SWITZERLAND).
GR IF Amplifier 1236a, a better model than the 1216a
at $US150.00 and shipping, A Bird 43 Wattmeter - call for price, AIL 75
Noise Figure Meter with cabinet at $US 275 and shipping, Several Transco
"Y" type Relays with "N" connectors $US 50 & shipping, Call Willie at
301-645-5584, 2000-2230 EST, FAX 301-645-6853, 24 hrs, or e-mail
at Willie, W1ZX
[Willie also has stuff from the EME Conference
for sale. See Willie's report.]
W8TN has for sale an N7ART amplifier (pair of 3CX800A7's) in mint
condition for $1175 w/tubes or $625 w/o tubes. Contact Clark at 304-757-
2941 or E-mail: Clark, W8TN
SM6CKU is now producing 1296 transverters designed by SM4DHN through his
company Parabolic - see info at end of this NL. They are also working on
units for 13 and 3 cm. Ben can be reached at e-mail:
Tom, KB2AH sends the following response to Rusty, K4QIF's
comments regarding ring type 1296 amps and their need for external
impedance matching, which appeared in the Sept NL. My amps are different
from Rusty's design. Numerous stations are using my 4 tube amps, and not
one has reported needing a tuner on the output or input. I have built 25
or so, and they all appear to tune the same. I am running 2 x 6 tube
amps into a 180 deg hybrid and can easily achieve 1.4 KW output without
any tuners. I agree that if they run them into anything other than a
good (low VSWR) load, there can be a problem. As for neutralization, I
have neutralized the 4 tube amp. I have not published the findings as
all 7289's are different. Neutralizing an amp for one set of tubes is
quite easy, but change the tubes and the job will have to be re-done.
The fact is that my amps work well without neutralization.
FINAL: The dates for the ARRL EME Contest are the same as the SWs this
year: 26/27 Oct and 23/24 Nov. The coming SW will be your last chance to
give your system a workout before the big bash!
I have received an announcement of a new Italian EME Contest. This one
will be an EME marathon running all of 1997. I will have full details in
the next NL.
Just prior to the Washington Conference, Ben, SM6CKU was able to send
out copies of a video tape of the '94 Conference in Sweden to all
attendees. This was a huge undertaking. I hope Ben's effort is
recognized -- I want to express my personal thanks for the tapes. Timing
worked out well as I was able to bring my copy of the tape to the
Washington conference to show there. Many of the those present at
Washington were not at Sweden. Ben writes that he missed a few addresses
and has received a few tapes in return with unknown addresses. Those who
were at the '94 Sweden Conference and have not yet received their video
tapes should write to Ben and give a correct address. He will send the
N6TX reports that there is now a net for those of us interested in
SETI experiments. The net meets on Sundays at 1000 Z on 14.204 MHz.
Sked requests for 27 SEPT
Time 432.045 432.055
2000z EA6ADW - JA2KRW IW5AVM - JR9NWC
2030z EA6ADW - IW5AVM
2100z EA6ADW - YO2IS
Sked requests 28 SEPT
Time 432.040 432.045 432.055 432.070 1296.050
0100z G4FUF - YO2IS
0130z KB3PD - ZS6AXT
0200z K9BCT - OK1KIR PY5ZBU - EA6ADW KB3PD - DJ7FJ
0230z W8MQW - EA6ADW K1FO - DL3EAG W2CRS - IW5AVM KB3PD - HB9BBD
0300z VE6TA - IW5AVM W2CRS - EA6ADW DL3EAG - UR5LX
KB3PD - G4DZU
0330z DL3EAG - SM4IVE VE6TA - DJ6MB W7GBI - IW5AVM W2CRS - OK1KIR
KB3PD - IK3COJ
0400z VE6TA - OK1KIR W7GBI - EA6ADW KA0RYT - IW5AVM
0430z N4PZ - OK1KIR VE6TA - DF6NA WA4NJP - IW5AVM KA0RYT - EA6ADW
0500z WB6IMC - OK1KIR VE6TA - EA6ADW W7HAH - IW5AVM
0530z VE6TA - HB9SV W9QXP - IW5AVM
0600z VE6TA - KA0RYT
0630z VE6TA - N4PZ
1030z 7M2PDT - W2CRS
1100z 7M2PDT - K5GW W0KJY - KB3PD
1130z JA6CZD - 7M2PDT JR4AEP - KB3PD
1200z JA4BLC - VE6TA JH4JLV - 7M2PDT
1230z VK5MC - VE6TA JR4AEP - 7M2PDT
1830z VK5MC - 7M2PDT
1900z OH3LWP - 7M2PDT
1930z OK1KIR - 7M2PDT
2000z OK1KIR - UT7VF SP5CJT - JA2KRW
2030z EA2LU - JA2KRW
2100z G3HUL - JA2KRW
2130z YO2IS - JR9NWC HB9SV - JA2KRW
2200z EA3UM - IW5AVM
2300z DF6NA - IW5AVM
Sked requests 29 SEPT
Time 432.040 432.070 1296.050 1296.075
0130z WA4NJP - 4X1IF IW5AVM - OH3LWP
0200z G4FUF - OH2AXH
0230z VE6TA - YO2IS WA9FWD - IW5AVM K9BCT - EA6ADW
0300z PY5ZBU - G4FUF K5JL - EA6ADW K9BCT - OK1KIR
0330z PY5ZBU - IW5AVM KD4LT - EA6ADW WA9FWD - OK1KIR
0400z WA7BBM - EA6ADW
0430z WA7BBM - OK1KIR
0600z VE6TA - PY5ZBU
0630z VE6TA - F6CGJ
1200z JA2KRW - W2CRS
1230z JA2KRW - WA4NJP
1400z JA2KRW - VK5MC
2130z OK1KIR - JR4AEP
2200z OK1KIR - S59DCD
2300z G4FUF - 4X1IF
This information was obtained from Scott, KD4LT
For comments or corrections: Rein, W6/PA0ZN.