Ham Radio

Saturday, June 07, 2008
OX4BX friend of Hamradio.blogspot.com worked on 40M

Tonight I had the pleasure of working Tomas OK4BX who regularly shares information here on Hamradio.blogspot. Tomas came through 5/8 on 40m (7.093 LSB)at around 19.50 UTC, we tried 20 meters and was unsuccessful but managed it on 40 meters. I was using 50 watts, a 102 ft G5RV, and the FT-767 with the Heil Goldline Mic.
Hopefully Tomas will leave a comment containing his Station equipment used to make this QSO.

Thanks Tomas and hope to hear you again on the bands soon. 73 de Simon
posted by Simon Davison @ 9:01 pm  
2 Comments:
  • At 10:23 pm, Blogger OK4BX said…

    Simon, thanks very much for blogspot and of course for sked and qso. Your signal here was 5/2 + qrm, hard to copy for my ears. I used FT897, approx 80watts into vertical antenna by 15m above ground level.

    I hope this our first qso was not last, hope to hear you soon again!

    73 Tomas

     
  • At 8:54 pm, Blogger 2E0HTS Simon said…

    Hello Tomas it was good to make the Qso. You came through well between the Qrm and I look forward to many more contacts. Hopefully next time conditions will be just right, until then 73

    de Simon 2E0HTS

     
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