Tag Archives: JT modes

Propagation to VK continues

Propagation to VK continues

Today, another good opening to Australia was recorded. During the last month, quite a number of openings occurred, showing that propagation from Europe to Australia is not as rare as I initially thought. In a number of cases, a peak is observed around 19:30 UTC. At that time, in Australia the sun is already above… Continue reading »

JT: you hate it or you love it…or?

In my humble opinion, Joe Taylor, K1JT, is a true innovator for the amateur service. As a scientist, Joe received several notable awards. The amateur community should be grateful for his efforts and resulting advancement. Many amateurs may forget that our use of frequency spectrum is justified by experiments, with possible spin-off that benefits everyone…. Continue reading »

Down under & over the top

Down under & over the top

Nov 10th, 2016 and the following morning brought two presents, that I really appreciate. Reports from VK7BO appeared on Hamspots.net showing reception of European stations on 60 meters. I decided to put out some CQ’s to see if my signal arrived. Well it did! In the past, VK7BO received my JT65 signal, which was a… Continue reading »

Surprise reception from VP8ALJ

Surprise reception from VP8ALJ

Another remarkable surprise reception of my JT65 signals was noticed on Sep, 9th, 2016. VP8ALJ apparently had a receiver running on 60 meters and copied my signal with -21 dB. Not only a remarkable distance (nearly 13,000 km) but also showing what 60 meters has to offer. Thanks to VP8ALJ for his effort!