Thanks Julian I had a arrl recognised helper on skype with me
For cpl days
The key wouldn't work
They gave me a 2nd one and same thing
Something win7, 64 didnt like
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Julian VK4CMV
Sent: Friday, 4 May 2012 6:49 p.m.
Subject: [jt65-hf] Re: DXCC prospects
Hi Andy - we meet again :)
I had a fiddle with HRD Logger and developed an award called DXCC JT65 - by
modifying one of the other awards.
The results are interesting - see attached screen grab.
I only QSL via LOTW - which the "Qualifies" line represents - 69 total - and
you can see the distribution by band. The worked total is 91 - most being on
20m of course.
So 2/3rds of my JT65a QSOs are confirmed by LOTW - which is a very good
percentage compared to other modes (overall runs at just under 50% for
(Don - did you want to try and get LOTW going - I'm up for the challenge,
Skype me on julian.zl2cv)
73 Julian VK4CMV
On Friday, 4 May 2012 07:00:07 UTC+10, Andy wrote:
I curious to know people's experience of earning DXCC using JT65
only. I'm in Arizona and have often reached into Asia but it seems
that to stand a chance at DXCC one needs to reach into Europe. The
only time I see European stations they are being worked by East
coasters with one less hop needed than me,
I realize having an indoor dipole is a handicap but If spend my beer
money on a 3 ELE would I stand a chance?
Would being able to work 40m greatly increase my prospects?
Anyone in the Western states on this group who worked JT65 DXCC, or
getting close, want to share a few tips?
(16 confirmed and 84 to go)
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