about 300 miles to a maximum of about 1200 miles. Multi-hop Es also occurs with DX as far as the East Coast, Hawaii, and even Japan on a very SPORADIC basis! Continue reading “Summer Sporadic E Season”
By Pete Heins-N6ZE
In my retired life, I live in Thousand Oaks, but spend time on Whidbey Island, about 20 miles North of Seattle. I manage to do some HF/VHF/UHF operating from both QTHs, despite major “domestic engineering” needs at both locations!
Because July is normally at the peak of the Summer Sporadic E Season (Es), I concentrated my limited WA radio time this week to be on 6meters only. Es tends to heavily favor 10 meter and 6 meters. Single hop distance ranges from
July Club Meeting Information
The next regular club meeting is Thursday, July 19, 2018 (always the third Thursday) at the East County Sheriff’s Station Community Room on Olsen Road at 7:30 pm.
Talk-in coordination is on the Bozo repeater, 147.885 ( – 127.3).
Topic/Guest Speaker: Logging Software: Adrian Jarrett K6KY, Stu Sheldon AG6AG and Dean Nedelman K6DIN will present a panel presentation about several of the more popular logging software programs.
Raffle Prizes: Sony Shortwave Radio ICF2010; RTL-SDR Dipole Kit; Morse Code Wall Clock
Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join fellow club members for a pre-meeting dinner, at 5 p.m., at Junkyard Café, 2585 Cochran St., Simi Valley, (805) 520-5865.