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W3DHJ/R ARRL JUNE Contest

Jonesy W3DHJ
 

I plan on rovering in the ARRL JUNE VHF contest.
All operations will be close in to 38° N and 104° W.
I am a (very) Limited Rover -- 6M, 2M, 432/446 mcs.

All times below are VERY flexible --- especially towards
the latter part of each day.....

Saturday

I will operate close in to the intersection
of 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM88, DM87, DM77, & DM78
-- in that sequence.
Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.

SAT #1: DM88bb: 1800z~2000z

SAT #2: DM87bw: 2000z~2200z

SAT #3: DM77xw: 2200z~2359z

SAT #4: DM78xa: 0000z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

Sunday

I will again be operating close to
38° N and 104° W -- grids DM78, DM77, DM87, & DM88
-- in the reverse of Saturday's sequence.
Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.
I will leave the QTH as early as I can.
Checking the logs from prior VHF contests,
I see my first contact at SUN #1 has varied from 1230-1330Z.

SUN #0: DM78rf47hc: Radio checks (& contacts?) in my driveway.

SUN #1: DM78xa: 1200z~1530z

SUN #2: DM77xw: 1530z~1900z

SUN #3: DM87cx: 1900z~2230z

SUN #4: DM88bb: 2230z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

A little more at https://w3dhj.net/vhfrover_plans.php


To: RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, NM VHF <nmvhf@groups.io>,
Grand Mesa Contest Club <Gmc@...>
Cc: VHF Contesters <vhfcontesting@...>, VHF Rovers
<rover@...>


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<pre> Marvin L Jones | W3DHJ | W3DHJ | https://W3DHJ.net/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ | Jonesy | __ linux FreeBSD
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net | DM78rf | 73 SK

Bill
 

Good luck Jonesy!

73 Bill W7QQ
DM75ao


On Mon, Jun 3, 2019 at 11:51 AM Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io <mailserver=jonz.net@groups.io> wrote:
I plan on rovering in the ARRL JUNE VHF contest.
All operations will be close in to 38° N and 104° W.
I am a (very) Limited Rover -- 6M, 2M, 432/446 mcs.

All times below are VERY flexible --- especially towards
the latter part of each day.....

Saturday

 I will operate close in to the intersection
 of 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM88, DM87, DM77, & DM78
 -- in that sequence.
 Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
 inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.

SAT #1: DM88bb: 1800z~2000z

SAT #2: DM87bw: 2000z~2200z

SAT #3: DM77xw: 2200z~2359z

SAT #4: DM78xa: 0000z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

 Sunday

 I will again be operating close to
 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM78, DM77, DM87, & DM88
 -- in the reverse of Saturday's sequence.
 Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
 inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.
 I will leave the QTH as early as I can.
 Checking the logs from prior VHF contests,
 I see my first contact at SUN #1 has varied from 1230-1330Z.

SUN #0: DM78rf47hc: Radio checks (& contacts?) in my driveway.

SUN #1: DM78xa: 1200z~1530z

SUN #2: DM77xw: 1530z~1900z

SUN #3: DM87cx: 1900z~2230z

SUN #4: DM88bb: 2230z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

A little more at  https://w3dhj.net/vhfrover_plans.php


To: RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, NM VHF <nmvhf@groups.io>,
    Grand Mesa Contest Club <Gmc@...>
Cc: VHF Contesters <vhfcontesting@...>, VHF Rovers
<rover@...>


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<pre>  Marvin L Jones     | W3DHJ      | W3DHJ  | https://W3DHJ.net/
        Pueblo, Colorado  |  @         | Jonesy |     __ linux FreeBSD
         38.238N 104.547W |   jonz.net | DM78rf | 73  SK