Both 15 and 16 November 2016 had good openings again. Data of 6 openings is gathered now. Below is a graph of these 6 openings, again with SNR against UTC. The differences are remarkable, especially at the beginning of the opening, but towards the end, the pattern is more “in sync”. I again used about… Continue reading »
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 »
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!
Yesterday, I browsed through the spots on PSKreporter (PSK reporter map) and it was a real surprise to find my call reported on 60 meters by VK7BO (Tasmania) on Dec 28th, 2015 at 18:15 and 18:30 UTC (JT65 with -18 and -15 dB). The path is nearly 17,000 kilometres! It appears that VK7BO reports stations… Continue reading »