7O6T in Yemen has been copyable here on Guam just about every morning. They have been louder since moving the low band station to a new location closer to the sea. This morning we finally had success with a QSO! I was calling as KH2/N2NL, but I know the operator and he always works me as N2NL/KH2 even from his home station. Either way, it counts! There were many JA calling also so I know they still are suffering from QRN from local noise. The operator seems to hear part of a call in the noise then stays with it, waiting for a QSB peak to complete the contact. I was listening on a 600ft long Beverage RX antenna pointed at Africa.
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This post was written by admin on May 10, 2012