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DM74CX59LK : I have operated from this spot 2-3 times. If you
need more space to put up antennas you might be able to go
slightly further east beyond the gate on Martinez Road. I was
told by a NM Game and Fish guy that the gate is not locked, but
I've never tested that. My impression is that land to the east is
BLM or other public access, but the horizon to the east degrades
slowly as you go east. Watch out for rattlesnakes. Good cell
coverage and not much traffic. Horizon looks slightly worse than
the DM74bx dump site (I have never been there)...but no dump.
On 8/17/2020 2:39 PM, Michael Daly
Does anyone know a good portable set
up location for either of those two grids. We could possibly
deploy 2 meter and 432 beams and a 6 meter dipole from one
of these grids.
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Keith Morehouse
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020 1:44 PM
Subject: [nmvhf] ARRL September VHF contest
We're about 3 1/2 weeks out from the
September contest. I'm hoping I can talk someone into
visiting both DM74 & DM76 with 6M and WSJT capability
(just in case..). Of course, we can work on 2, 222 &
432 also !
I need a 6M confirmation for DM76 .
That's one of the last handful of grids I need for FFMA
(that's all 488 domestic grids worked on 6). I also need
a 6M DM74 contact for another award.
Both these grids have easy access to
known good locations and we shouldn't have any trouble at
all working, as long as you have at least a Moxon (or
better..) and 100W (or more - more is good !) I have
worked rovers from DM74 in the past on CW or SSB and DM76
is a far better site. Having WSJT capabilities will cover
us if things are "bad".
Keith J Morehouse
Calmesa Partners G.P.