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3C0E in the log

by M0TTB - Andy on 03/05/12

3C0E in my log, although their log is the one that counts! Worked on 17m yesterday (Sunday) at 18:27 with only a few calls needed, though they were a weaker signal than when they were on 12m earlier in the day.. but propagation had disappeared to the East by 18:00, so far less competition. Pressure off now, but will still try for other bands.

ARRL contest was very boring in the end, East coast dominated, and a handful from West coast, but very little of desirable states in between. As usual LoTW is over-whelmed by the uploads from a big contest and seems to be way behind. I didn't even hear anyone from KY over the weekend!

Thanks for the comment Stuart... I'm not alone ;-) It often feels as if I'm the DJ on the graveyard shift of a little local radio broadcast station... nobody is listening but you have to pretend as if you have an audience :-) Be nice to see callsigns in any comments, but no big deal.

I've had enough of HRDlog ...scrapped it all from my site, the maps weren't updating, so no point having something that's inaccurate. I pumped a fair bit of money into hrdlog.net in it's first year or two, but it has always struggled to cope with the amount of users, falling over very easily. Clublog will grow and replace it in the fullness of time.

14:00 Update. Just worked 3C0E on 15m ...before they were spotted, which makes life a touch easier!


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