If George Harrison had been a DXer, he’d be loving the current solar conditions.
10, 12 and 15 are, of course, phenomenal and DXers around the planet seem to be making full use of the bands. Parts of the world not often heard on my little dipole are roaring in before sun-up and long after sunset.
Here comes the sun…and I say “It’s alright!”
Into the log lately:
- 10m – 9V1YC, A71BU, DU3/N0QM, BA8AG, CP8/DF7NX
- 12m – 4L1MA, A61Q, HC1HC/QRP, HL2DC
- 15m – TA2ZF, V85TL
“…the smiles’ returning to the faces…”
QRP contesters in today’s Fall QSO Party have a plethora of German stations easily workable and I’ve has the pleasure of working EA2IF and EA2LU in the ‘test so far. Muchas gracias y buenas suertes a ustedes!
As Scot KA3DRR puts it, “The time is now when one can populate their computer log with wireless signals harvested from far and distant lands.”
Ain’t that the truth.
“Sun, sun, sun here it comes…”