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I have no idea what happened to your first note. I'll be doinm a List
update when I get back to Stillwater in a few days.
I mailed you some time back regarding firsts and distance records, I guess
you didn't receive it so here goes again:
I have worked out that my first UL loggings from North America were as
WWZN Boston MA, USA, 1510, 2-10-08, Sony SRF-59, Barefoot
(50 kw night 2941 miles / 4732 km)
CKEC New Glasgow NS, Canada, 1320, 2-10-08, Sony SRF-59, Barefoot
(25 kw night 2468 miles / 3972 km)
As for Unlimited class first one was
WTNI Biloxi, MS, 1640, 2-10-08, Sony SRF-59, Unlimited class
(1kw night 4214 miles / 6782 km)
These will also be of interest - looks like a new record for 50 kw:
WWVA, Wheeling WV, 1170, 4-4-08, Sony SRF-59 Barefoot
3425 miles / 5512 km.
Same for 10kw:
CBI, Sydney NS, 1140, 3-24-08,Sony SRF-59 Barefoot, 2351 miles / 3783 km
Nice 5 kw catch:
WLAM, lewiston, ME, 1470, 4-3-08, SRF-59 Barefoot, 2831 miles / 4557 km
New 1 kw record? (this one does run 1kw nights - right?)
CKNB, Campbellton, NB, 950, 4-4-08, SRF-59 Barefoot, 2530 miles / 4072 km
I also have a slew of 1 kw x band loggings unlimited class mostly using a
4 foot loop with the SRF59.
1630 WRDW Augusta GA 1 05:35 30/03/2008 3788 miles 6096
1650 WHKT Portsmouth VA 1 05:32 30/03/2008 3399 5470
1670 WVVM Dry Branch, GA 1 05:37 30/03/2008 3887 6256
1680 WLAA Winter Garden, FL 1 05:40 30/03/2008 4019 6468
1620 WDHP Saint Croix USVI 1 06:10 02/04/2008 3931 6326
1700 WEUP Huntsville, AL 1 05:45 02/04/2008 3909 6292
1660 WFNA Charlotte NC 1 05:50 02/04/2008 3657 5885
I am fairly sure that I have had KVNS on 1700 Barefoot this would be 4794
miles but not willing to claim with no id - the station heard had oldies
and KVNS is usually dominant here on this freq - amazing when you think
they run 880 watts at night.
Hope these logs are of interest.
have you thought of a flea class for reception of 1 watters - I have one
at about 270 miles!.
regards for now
Lisnaskea, N. Ireland.
email@example.com wrote: Paul,
You might check the World Records at various transmitter powers. You
be setting records for 50 kW stations, for instance. In any case, a
set of loggings!
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