• 20 meters

    From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to All on Sat Sep 8 15:38:46 2018
    Hello All,

    Has 20 meters been really odd for anyone else lately? Either it's completely dead or decent propagation with tons of QSB on it.

    I have a lot of local QRM but I think that's because of my particular situation with my shack.

    73,
    Sean KD5COL
    kd5col.us
    Good on QRZ

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  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to SEAN DENNIS on Tue Sep 11 12:00:00 2018
    Sean,

    Has 20 meters been really odd for anyone else lately? Either it's completel SD>dead or decent propagation with tons of QSB on it.

    The Hurricane Watch Net will be operating on both 20m and 40m for
    Hurricanes Florence and Isaac...and noted that "20m propagation is
    lousy, and all but non existant".

    Daryl, WX1DER

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  • From Kent Timm@1:229/728 to Sean Dennis on Wed Sep 12 16:02:00 2018
    * In a message originally to All, Sean Dennis said:
    Hello All,

    Has 20 meters been really odd for anyone else lately? Either it's completely dead or decent propagation with tons of QSB on it.

    About the same for me. I always get a lot of noise being in an apartment except when the power got out. Unfortunatly my backup barry is no longer good enough to transmit with.. And power outages aren't predictable and don't happen when it'd be useful.

    I have 14.300 on now and heard a couple weak signals about an hour ago..

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