Daily Radio Report: 3/23/15   Leave a comment

Yesterday, I checked into the Albuquerque SCAT Net on 2 meters from my car. I also listened on the 20 meter county hunter net, but I could not hear any of the mobile stations. I could only hear the net control station and a relay station.

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Daily Radio Post: 3/21/15   Leave a comment

Finally, I heard some HF signals. It has been quite a few days since I made a contact on 20 meters. Yesterday, I made several in Kansas on the county hunter’s net. I also made one lonely QSO in the VA QSO Party He was in Northumberland County, so I was pleased with that.

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Daily Radio Report: 3/20/15   Leave a comment

I checked into the Albuquerque SCAT Net on 2 meters. Apparently, there has been some sort of solar storm, which is why 20 meters has been dead for the past few days.

Better luck this weekend.

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Daily Radio Report: 3/17/15, 3/18/15   Leave a comment

Yesterday and today, I checked into the Albuquerque SCAT Net on 2 meters.

On Monday, I made several contacts on the 20 meter SSB county hunter’s net. I haven’t logged these contacts yet, so I don’t know how many exactly.

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Daily Radio Report: 3/15/15   Leave a comment

I listened to the 20 meter county hunters net for most of the day. I could hear stations working the mobiles, but I couldn’t hear any of the active mobile stations.

Later, I went to run some errands and worked one station in the Wisconsin QSO Party, though I was in Bernalillo County.

I returned from grocery shopping too late in the evening to check into the Caravan Club Net.

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Daily Radio Report: 3/13/15   Leave a comment

I have been inactive on the radio for the past few days. However, today was a day of accomplishment. I was able to get a keycard to restart the New Mexico Tech Amateur Radio Association (TARA). Our station had been moved permanently, and some of the existing members had started setting up. I got in to the station today and made a contact on 20 meter SSB to Kentucky. Thank you to everyone who moved the station and started setting up.

I will start keeping regular office hours there to get back on the air.

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Daily Radio Report: 3/9/15   Leave a comment

Yesterday, I checked into the Albuquerque SCAT Net on my commute to Magdalena. I checked in on the 2 meter side.

On my commute back from Magdalena, I worked W1AW on 10 meters. Even though we are no longer playing the ARRL centennial, I still like seeing W1AW on the air. I broke a pile up and ragchewed for a few minutes.

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