- Power attenuators for the FT-817
- 0 - 36 dB Power Attenuator for 5 watts
- Lowest possible power
- Calculate your Miles/Watt
- Power Attenuator Calculator
- Power Attenuator Corrected Layout
- 10 dB Power Attenuators
- Design info for the PA1B 0 - 36 dB Power Attenuator
- My 1000 MPW QSL card
- WSPR Propagation Analysis
dinsdag 22 januari 2013
HA-DX contest 2013
The new antenna works well.
When I started on Saturday afternoon on 20 m, I heard HA8MD with S8 +20 dB, so I immediately made a QSO with just 8 mW. This first QSO was also the QSO with the lowest power in this contest.
After that I made 4 more QSO's with very low and very low power: HA8IB - 36 mW, RA3RFA - 800 mW, UA2FL - 36 mW and HA1ZH - 360 mW.
A very good start. After that I got on the bike, because it was sunny whether.
On Sunday mornong I made QSO's on 40 m, 20 m and 15 m.
After the contest I went for a walk in the park. Not because it was sunny. It was snowing and there was wind. The very small snow flakes were moving almost vertically, so I could'nt resist. hi
In all QSO's I used the Lowest Possible Power with search and pounce in CW. So the used power in each QSO, is a very good indication of the propagation at that moment.
When I use the lowest possible power, it not always easy. Sometimes I have to give my call many times before my weak signal is heard. The frequency must be absolutely clear.
1000 Miles per Watt, considering the distance to the worked stations. hi