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Thursday, May 16, 2013
Long Path Mobile DX to Tasmania

As I made my way to work this morning I came across a strong signal coming in on 20m via the long path from Tasmania. It was infact VK7AC - Norm with a 5/9 signal in the clear. I gave Norm a shout and was recieved back in Tasmania with signal report of 5/7. Not a bad way to start the working day!

 VK7AC - Norm's Shack 

posted by Simon Davison @ 8:51 am  
2 Comments:
  • At 7:13 pm, Blogger Mike Riley said…

    What a beautiful location.

    I've only ever heard Tasmania once and that was last summer on my newly erected half size G5RV over 20m and in the very early hours of the morning at my QTH in Leicester, UK.

    I'm yet to actually work Tasmania, Australia etc. They're on my list.

    73s

    M6MDR

    http://www.m6mdr.co.uk

     
  • At 7:14 pm, Blogger Mike Riley said…

    What a beautiful location.

    I've only ever heard Tasmania once and that was last summer on my newly erected half size G5RV over 20m and in the very early hours of the morning at my QTH in Leicester, UK.

    I'm yet to actually work Tasmania, Australia etc. They're on my list.

    73s

    M6MDR

    http://www.m6mdr.co.uk

     
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