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Re: Contest eligibility list

James Duffey
 

OK Bill, will add Art. Mike, W0PD and the El Paso guys are not in NM section, so they can’t contribute. Bummer. 

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Jan 18, 2019, at 10:50, Bill <bill4070@...> wrote:

Duffy,

Need to add Art Aragon KC5EFM and Mike W0PD (if he fits in your club diameter) He's east of El Paso. We met him at Floyd's place when we visited and he applied for membership. You might ask Arne if Mike W0PD have been "processed or vetted" or whatever he calls it. I provided background info on Mike several weeks ago.  He's not on the website member list. It's been at least 30 days...... rant rant

In Art's case, he intends to participate and will be on 10 GHz from the 10k Trailhead if he can get there. BTW K5WO may be on 10 GHz as well.  We checked his rig here yesterday.  Worked OK after several years of storage.

Hope this snowstorm doesn't complicate your rove.  There's 3" new here.

Let me know when it's time to approve the list on the ARRL site.

73 Bill W7QQ aka W5UHF

Thx, Bill W7QQ

On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 10:24 AM James Duffey <JamesDuffey@...> wrote:
We are required to submit a list of eligible entrants for ARRL contests. All eligible members must reside in the NM ARRL section, so your 6 digit grid square is used for that verification. I submitted the following January 2019 VHF Contest eligibility list for the NMVHF Society. When you submit a log, and please do, no matter what your level of participation, please put New Mexico VHF Society on the club line. If there are errors or omissions in the list, let me know. - Duffey




W7QQ

DM75ao

KK6MC

DM65tc

WB2FKO

DM65rc

KG5FHU

DM65rc

N7KA

DM65qf

N5EPA

DM64vx

W5AKU

DM72bw

KC7QY

DM64nb

N5SJ

DM55pm

N5JEH

DM65rd

K9VSW

DM76el

AF5AI

DM65tc

W9RM

DM58xn

K5WO

DM65pc

NM5S

DM75ap

K2XJ

DM75ap

WA6WON

DM76ej

K5RHR

DM65uv

NK5W

DM65pg

N5ZGT

DM65rc

KA8JMW

DM65rb

KE5HHU

DM59rc

K5AM

DM62ni

W5ZF

DM65rd

AI5I

DM65xr

KW5Z

DM75bo

AA5B

DM65qe

NM5WB

DM64nc

K5PHF

DM61ts

KE5YT

DM65rd

KA5EBL

DM84jk

N2IC

DM52xt

K5TA

DM65qf

AG5S

DM75ar

N3XKB

DM65uv

AA5RR

DM65uc

AF9O

DM75ar

KG5OYU

DM55pm

W0AMT

DM65rd

NN5K

DM64uw

WD5COV

DM62da

AA5PR

DM65sd

N9SX

DM74

KG5VBY

DM54rd

AK5Z

DM65qb

W5UHF

DM65pc

WD5COV

DM62da

N5URL

DM75an

 

 Due to some  


James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM


Re: VHF Contest Participation

Mike WB2FKO
 

Participants in this weekend's VHF contest and/or grid chasers should be aware that there is a full-feature chat page at nmvhf.org:

http://www.nmvhf.org/chat/

It's free for all to use, no registration required.  The chat page can be used for self-spotting, tracking rover activity, and QSO scheduling, which is allowed in ARRL VHF contests.

73 Mike WB2FKO & W5UHF multi-op


Re: Contest eligibility list

Bill
 

Duffy,

Need to add Art Aragon KC5EFM and Mike W0PD (if he fits in your club diameter) He's east of El Paso. We met him at Floyd's place when we visited and he applied for membership. You might ask Arne if Mike W0PD have been "processed or vetted" or whatever he calls it. I provided background info on Mike several weeks ago.  He's not on the website member list. It's been at least 30 days...... rant rant

In Art's case, he intends to participate and will be on 10 GHz from the 10k Trailhead if he can get there. BTW K5WO may be on 10 GHz as well.  We checked his rig here yesterday.  Worked OK after several years of storage.

Hope this snowstorm doesn't complicate your rove.  There's 3" new here.

Let me know when it's time to approve the list on the ARRL site.

73 Bill W7QQ aka W5UHF

Thx, Bill W7QQ


On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 10:24 AM James Duffey <JamesDuffey@...> wrote:
We are required to submit a list of eligible entrants for ARRL contests. All eligible members must reside in the NM ARRL section, so your 6 digit grid square is used for that verification. I submitted the following January 2019 VHF Contest eligibility list for the NMVHF Society. When you submit a log, and please do, no matter what your level of participation, please put New Mexico VHF Society on the club line. If there are errors or omissions in the list, let me know. - Duffey




W7QQ

DM75ao

KK6MC

DM65tc

WB2FKO

DM65rc

KG5FHU

DM65rc

N7KA

DM65qf

N5EPA

DM64vx

W5AKU

DM72bw

KC7QY

DM64nb

N5SJ

DM55pm

N5JEH

DM65rd

K9VSW

DM76el

AF5AI

DM65tc

W9RM

DM58xn

K5WO

DM65pc

NM5S

DM75ap

K2XJ

DM75ap

WA6WON

DM76ej

K5RHR

DM65uv

NK5W

DM65pg

N5ZGT

DM65rc

KA8JMW

DM65rb

KE5HHU

DM59rc

K5AM

DM62ni

W5ZF

DM65rd

AI5I

DM65xr

KW5Z

DM75bo

AA5B

DM65qe

NM5WB

DM64nc

K5PHF

DM61ts

KE5YT

DM65rd

KA5EBL

DM84jk

N2IC

DM52xt

K5TA

DM65qf

AG5S

DM75ar

N3XKB

DM65uv

AA5RR

DM65uc

AF9O

DM75ar

KG5OYU

DM55pm

W0AMT

DM65rd

NN5K

DM64uw

WD5COV

DM62da

AA5PR

DM65sd

N9SX

DM74

KG5VBY

DM54rd

AK5Z

DM65qb

W5UHF

DM65pc

WD5COV

DM62da

N5URL

DM75an

 

 Due to some  


James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM


Contest eligibility list

James Duffey
 

We are required to submit a list of eligible entrants for ARRL contests. All eligible members must reside in the NM ARRL section, so your 6 digit grid square is used for that verification. I submitted the following January 2019 VHF Contest eligibility list for the NMVHF Society. When you submit a log, and please do, no matter what your level of participation, please put New Mexico VHF Society on the club line. If there are errors or omissions in the list, let me know. - Duffey




W7QQ

DM75ao

KK6MC

DM65tc

WB2FKO

DM65rc

KG5FHU

DM65rc

N7KA

DM65qf

N5EPA

DM64vx

W5AKU

DM72bw

KC7QY

DM64nb

N5SJ

DM55pm

N5JEH

DM65rd

K9VSW

DM76el

AF5AI

DM65tc

W9RM

DM58xn

K5WO

DM65pc

NM5S

DM75ap

K2XJ

DM75ap

WA6WON

DM76ej

K5RHR

DM65uv

NK5W

DM65pg

N5ZGT

DM65rc

KA8JMW

DM65rb

KE5HHU

DM59rc

K5AM

DM62ni

W5ZF

DM65rd

AI5I

DM65xr

KW5Z

DM75bo

AA5B

DM65qe

NM5WB

DM64nc

K5PHF

DM61ts

KE5YT

DM65rd

KA5EBL

DM84jk

N2IC

DM52xt

K5TA

DM65qf

AG5S

DM75ar

N3XKB

DM65uv

AA5RR

DM65uc

AF9O

DM75ar

KG5OYU

DM55pm

W0AMT

DM65rd

NN5K

DM64uw

WD5COV

DM62da

AA5PR

DM65sd

N9SX

DM74

KG5VBY

DM54rd

AK5Z

DM65qb

W5UHF

DM65pc

WD5COV

DM62da

N5URL

DM75an

 

 Due to some  


James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM


[az_ws_microwave] N7GP/R January Contest ROVER PLANS

James Duffey
 

Tom, N7GP/r will be roving in the contest this weekend. His itinerary is below. NM stations with good paths to his rove locations should be able to work him, albeit it with weak signals and perhaps the requirement for outing CW. - Duffey

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

Begin forwarded message:

From: wa8wzg@...
Date: January 17, 2019 at 21:47:38 MST
To: Az Microwave Group <az_ws_microwave@...>
Subject: [az_ws_microwave] N7GP/R January Contest ROVER PLANS

TO ALL VHF and MICROWAVE OPS..

I WILL be roving this weekend with 6 meters, 2 meters, 222 MHz, 432 MHz, 903 MHz  1296 Mhz and 2304 MHZ.
I will be starting from DM 32 then go to DM 42 until mid Saturday afternoon, then Saturday early to late evening I will be going to DM 43, then BACK to DM 32, and DM 42. I will be setup over night in Dm42 running meteor MSK44 and FT8 on 6 and 2 meters.  I will start again in Dm 42 Sunday morning at sunrise and then work my way to DM 43 Dm 33, Dm 34, Dm 44 and then Dm45..
My phone number to set up skeds is 419-370-8802,,and if you here me and you cant get my attention,, CALL ME..or cant find me . call me.
I can run ANY mode,, SSB, CW or FM, or any Digital mode.
If you want a sked,,Please don't hesitate to call,, I am game to try any band , any mode.
Hope to work many of you this weekend

GOOD LUCK TO ALL
Tom
N7GP/R
EX WA8WZG

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Re: VHF Contest Participation

Keith Morehouse
 

GM Mike.  How about a 2M schedule right at the start -1900Z
CW on 144.200 unless you're up on the WSJT modes then we can try something easier.

-W9RM DM58xn

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 10:34 AM Michael Daly <arrowengineering1@...> wrote:
Hello all.
We will be QRV from Gallup, NM, DM 55 pm during the contest. 2 Meters has twin 12 element beams at 60' and 100 watts. 432 has 12 elements and for six meters only a dipole. Email or text for contacts - we will try to oblige.
Mike, n5sj
N5sj@...
505 870 3430

-----Original Message-----
From: nmvhf@groups.io [mailto:nmvhf@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mike WB2FKO
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:01 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nmvhf] 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Two NMVHF rovers finished 2nd (W3DHJ) and 4th (KK6MC) overall.  They even beat K2EZ's 15-grid effort on the east coast where so much contest activity occurs.  It took a zero-sleep, 10-grid marathon by AC0RA/KG5CCI to break the CQ-VHF rover record and claim the top spot.
-WB2FKO

On 1/16/19 3:33 PM, Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io wrote:
> Whoa!
> I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS from what
> would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
> Little Ol' me -- old school!
>
> Happy New Year to you all!!
> Jonesy









VHF Contest Participation

Michael Daly
 

Hello all.
We will be QRV from Gallup, NM, DM 55 pm during the contest. 2 Meters has twin 12 element beams at 60' and 100 watts. 432 has 12 elements and for six meters only a dipole. Email or text for contacts - we will try to oblige.
Mike, n5sj
N5sj@...
505 870 3430

-----Original Message-----
From: nmvhf@groups.io [mailto:nmvhf@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mike WB2FKO
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:01 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nmvhf] 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Two NMVHF rovers finished 2nd (W3DHJ) and 4th (KK6MC) overall. They even beat K2EZ's 15-grid effort on the east coast where so much contest activity occurs. It took a zero-sleep, 10-grid marathon by AC0RA/KG5CCI to break the CQ-VHF rover record and claim the top spot.
-WB2FKO

On 1/16/19 3:33 PM, Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io wrote:
Whoa!
I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS from what
would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
Little Ol' me -- old school!

Happy New Year to you all!!
Jonesy


Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results

n5epa.bob@...
 

Yup, a few thousand feet of granite betwixt does not help. Yet, I think that timing could make it work (as you referenced). Aiming SSW and NNE simultaneously with a bit of pre-planning, perhaps.

73, Bob N5EPA DM64vx (located very near the NE corner of the grid and just a few miles from one of Duffey's favorite convergences!)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io" <mailserver@...>
To: "nmvhf" <nmvhf@groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 6:50:11 PM
Subject: Re: [nmvhf] 2018 CQ WW VHF results

On Wed, 16 Jan 2019, n5epa.bob@... wrote:

Congrats Jonesy on the great results and outstanding contribution.

N5EPA
Ah, shucks, fellas!

I only wish I would have an easier time of it working you NM Ops on 6M,
2M -- even 432mcs. But, that Raton divide, the mountains N.E. of Santa
Fe, and even the Sandias make it rough for the propagation into the S.E.
Colorado 4-corner "confluence" of DM87, DM88, DM77, and DM78.

But, it does happen from time-to-time.

And I get goosebumps each time it happens. :-)

73
Jonesy
--
Marvin L Jones | UBSC | https://jonz.net/UBSC/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ |
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net |


Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Jonesy W3DHJ
 

On Wed, 16 Jan 2019, n5epa.bob@... wrote:

Congrats Jonesy on the great results and outstanding contribution.

N5EPA
Ah, shucks, fellas!

I only wish I would have an easier time of it working you NM Ops on 6M,
2M -- even 432mcs. But, that Raton divide, the mountains N.E. of Santa
Fe, and even the Sandias make it rough for the propagation into the S.E.
Colorado 4-corner "confluence" of DM87, DM88, DM77, and DM78.

But, it does happen from time-to-time.

And I get goosebumps each time it happens. :-)

73
Jonesy
--
Marvin L Jones | UBSC | https://jonz.net/UBSC/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ |
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net |


Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Bill
 

Well done Jonesy!  Everything helps but with only ten entries there were some tall boots to fill.... and guys like you filled 'em. Little Ol' You!

73 Bill W7QQ


On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 3:34 PM Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io <mailserver=jonz.net@groups.io> wrote:
Whoa!
I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS
from what would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
Little Ol' me -- old school!

Happy New Year to you all!!
Jonesy
--
<pre>  Marvin L Jones     | W3DHJ      | W3DHJ  | https://W3DHJ.net/
        Pueblo, Colorado  |  @         | Jonesy |     __ linux FreeBSD
         38.238N 104.547W |   jonz.net | DM78rf | 73  SK




Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results

n5epa.bob@...
 

Congrats Jonesy on the great results and outstanding contribution.

N5EPA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io" <mailserver@...>
To: "nmvhf" <nmvhf@groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 3:33:57 PM
Subject: [nmvhf] 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Whoa!
I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS
from what would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
Little Ol' me -- old school!

Happy New Year to you all!!
Jonesy
--
<pre> Marvin L Jones | W3DHJ | W3DHJ | https://W3DHJ.net/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ | Jonesy | __ linux FreeBSD
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net | DM78rf | 73 SK


Re: 2018 CQ WW VHF results

Mike WB2FKO
 

Two NMVHF rovers finished 2nd (W3DHJ) and 4th (KK6MC) overall.  They even beat K2EZ's 15-grid effort on the east coast where so much contest activity occurs.  It took a zero-sleep, 10-grid marathon by AC0RA/KG5CCI to break the CQ-VHF rover record and claim the top spot.
-WB2FKO

On 1/16/19 3:33 PM, Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io wrote:
Whoa!
I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS
from what would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
Little Ol' me -- old school!

Happy New Year to you all!!
Jonesy


2018 CQ WW VHF results

Jonesy W3DHJ
 

Whoa!
I just noticed that my 28,014 points moved the NMVHFS
from what would've been 4th place up to 2nd place!
Little Ol' me -- old school!

Happy New Year to you all!!
Jonesy
--
<pre> Marvin L Jones | W3DHJ | W3DHJ | https://W3DHJ.net/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ | Jonesy | __ linux FreeBSD
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net | DM78rf | 73 SK


Re: CQ VHF Results Posted

Bill
 

Jim,

I am really pleased about that result. WOOOOHOOOOO!  Thanks for forwarding that on the eve of the January Contest. We'll be operating as W5UHF from DM75.  Hope to hear you.

73 Bill W7QQ


On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 9:00 AM KC7QY <kc7qy@...> wrote:
Results are posted in the January issue and the CQ website.

Of note is the club competition: NM VHF Society placed second!

Club Name                                                                    # Entries          Score 
SOCIETY OF MIDWEST CONTESTERS ............................15............244,500 
NEW MEXICO VHF SOCIETY .............................................10............217,111 
ARIZONA OUTLAWS CONTEST CLUB...............................21............193,293
POTOMAC VALLEY RADIO CLUB.......................................34............193,224 
CENTRAL TEXAS DX AND CONTEST CLUB .......................4............174,595 
NORTHERN LIGHTS RADIO SOCIETY ..............................11............161,746 
TEXAS DX SOCIETY .............................................................3............158,868 
NORTH EAST WEAK SIGNAL GROUP ................................8............123,062 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST VHF SOCIETY ..............................25............100,879 
CAROLINA DX ASSOCIATION .............................................6..............99,257 
MT AIRY VHF RADIO CLUB ..................................................9..............95,165 
FLORIDA CONTEST GROUP ...............................................8..............90,418 
GRAND MESA CONTESTERS OF COLORADO ................11..............90,333 
CTRI CONTEST GROUP .......................................................3..............83,46

Jim KC7QY


KK6MC/r in January VHF Contest

James Duffey
 

Here is my preliminary itinerary for the January VHF contest. As has become my tradition, I am going south and west for the January contest. I have had enough of scraping 6 inches of snow off the rover in the morning or mucking about in slush to get ready. As a result of this QSOes may be difficult with many of you from northern and central NM from some of the stops. 

I also have rearranged things a bit and am starting in El Paso and working my way over to AZ so that I can be on in AZ Sunday morning for the SOTA activity.

I will have all bands 50MHz to 1296MHz. I will have APRS through cell coverage, look for KK6MC-6 on APRS.fi.  You can text (preferred) or call (505) 228-5491 to contact me. Good luck to all!

January 2019 ARRL VHF Contest KK6MC/r itinerary


Time on Time off Grid Notes


January 19, 2019


1900Z 2015Z DM61rv Transmountain Scenic Overlook, El Paso


2130Z 2245Z DM62if I -10 Rest Area


January 20, 2019 (UTC)


0015Z 0130Z DM52pi Lordsburg NM rest area


0200Z 0315Z DM52kf San Simon rest area


0700Z Stop for night at Chandler, AZ


1400Z 1515Z DM42ax Maricopa Convergence


1525Z 1640Z DM32xx Maricopa Convergence


1650Z 1805Z DM33xa Maricopa Convergence


1815Z 1930Z DM43aa Maricopa Convergence


2125Z 2240Z DM34xm AZ164 just W of I-17


2340Z 0055Z DM44et Mogollon Rim scenic overlook


January 21, 2019 (UTC)


0200Z 0315Z DM45et Lowell Observatory scenic overlook


James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM


Re: CQ VHF Results Posted

James Duffey
 

Thanks Jim for posting this and thanks to all who contributed to the score! We should be proud that we finished ahead of some perennial club powerhouses. One of my purposes in helping to found the NMVHF society was to generate viable and competitive club entries. We have succeeded!

Now, please get on and operate the January VHF contest this weekend and don’t forget to use New Mexico VHF society as the club name when submitting a log.

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Jan 16, 2019, at 09:00, KC7QY <kc7qy@...> wrote:

Results are posted in the January issue and the CQ website.

Of note is the club competition: NM VHF Society placed second!

Club Name                                                                    # Entries          Score 
SOCIETY OF MIDWEST CONTESTERS ............................15............244,500 
NEW MEXICO VHF SOCIETY .............................................10............217,111 
ARIZONA OUTLAWS CONTEST CLUB...............................21............193,293
POTOMAC VALLEY RADIO CLUB.......................................34............193,224 
CENTRAL TEXAS DX AND CONTEST CLUB .......................4............174,595 
NORTHERN LIGHTS RADIO SOCIETY ..............................11............161,746 
TEXAS DX SOCIETY .............................................................3............158,868 
NORTH EAST WEAK SIGNAL GROUP ................................8............123,062 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST VHF SOCIETY ..............................25............100,879 
CAROLINA DX ASSOCIATION .............................................6..............99,257 
MT AIRY VHF RADIO CLUB ..................................................9..............95,165 
FLORIDA CONTEST GROUP ...............................................8..............90,418 
GRAND MESA CONTESTERS OF COLORADO ................11..............90,333 
CTRI CONTEST GROUP .......................................................3..............83,46

Jim KC7QY


CQ VHF Results Posted

KC7QY
 

Results are posted in the January issue and the CQ website.

Of note is the club competition: NM VHF Society placed second!

Club Name                                                                    # Entries          Score 
SOCIETY OF MIDWEST CONTESTERS ............................15............244,500 
NEW MEXICO VHF SOCIETY .............................................10............217,111 
ARIZONA OUTLAWS CONTEST CLUB...............................21............193,293
POTOMAC VALLEY RADIO CLUB.......................................34............193,224 
CENTRAL TEXAS DX AND CONTEST CLUB .......................4............174,595 
NORTHERN LIGHTS RADIO SOCIETY ..............................11............161,746 
TEXAS DX SOCIETY .............................................................3............158,868 
NORTH EAST WEAK SIGNAL GROUP ................................8............123,062 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST VHF SOCIETY ..............................25............100,879 
CAROLINA DX ASSOCIATION .............................................6..............99,257 
MT AIRY VHF RADIO CLUB ..................................................9..............95,165 
FLORIDA CONTEST GROUP ...............................................8..............90,418 
GRAND MESA CONTESTERS OF COLORADO ................11..............90,333 
CTRI CONTEST GROUP .......................................................3..............83,46

Jim KC7QY


Re: NM grids not likely to be active this weekend

Keith Morehouse
 

John, speaking selfishly, I'd love to see you put on any of the these: DM63,73,83 or DM72.
I need these grids on 6M and it sounds like you might be putting up a real antenna.
Then, I'd like to run a sked :)

Good luck where ever you go.

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 9:22 PM John Klem <klemjf@...> wrote:
I'm planning on a limited rover expedition this weekend, probably to
DM85 and DM86.  Anyone care to suggest if there are other NM grids less
likely to be active (on 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm)?  My antenna setup will not
allow me to be agile, so I'd prefer to operate from only a couple of
adjacent grids.

John, AA5PR






Re: NM grids not likely to be active this weekend

Mike WB2FKO
 

Hah, Bill was quicker on the trigger! My phone 505-358-2990 WB2FKO

On Jan 15, 2019, at 10:41 PM, Bill <bill4070@...> wrote:

John,

I’ll look for you. Those two are difficult from my location in Santa Fe DM75 but it’s been done before. We’ll be using club callsign W5UHF.

Shoot me a text message at 505.205.4253 when you’re ready.

Good luck up there.

73 Bill W7QQ
On Jan 15, 2019, at 9:22 PM, John Klem <klemjf@...> wrote:

I'm planning on a limited rover expedition this weekend, probably to DM85 and DM86. Anyone care to suggest if there are other NM grids less likely to be active (on 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm)? My antenna setup will not allow me to be agile, so I'd prefer to operate from only a couple of adjacent grids.

John, AA5PR






Re: NM grids not likely to be active this weekend

Mike WB2FKO
 

John, will you have digital capability? Tracking on APRS? We will be running the multi-op W5UHF from DM75. We can also stay in phone contact if you wish. Let me know.
Mike WB2FKO

On Jan 15, 2019, at 9:22 PM, John Klem <klemjf@...> wrote:

I'm planning on a limited rover expedition this weekend, probably to DM85 and DM86. Anyone care to suggest if there are other NM grids less likely to be active (on 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm)? My antenna setup will not allow me to be agile, so I'd prefer to operate from only a couple of adjacent grids.

John, AA5PR




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