I am in the process of doing something to increase signal performance on the HF bands below 30m from the radio location availble in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
To reach my target, I am supported by Andrey, RA6LBS of the company Low Band Systems (distributed in Italy by Momobeam company) provided capital parts for this projectproject and by George, EX8MAT who is taking care of the mechanical installations
I have published some statistics using the SH5 program and would like to summarize below the activity with some tables and pictures.
I operate approximatively 21.5 hours in 3 days, collecting 2080 QSO, so achieving an average rate of 100/ hr and a max of 190/hr and max 4 QSO/min. I am quite happy with it considering not being in contest.
Hourly QSO numbers
I am considering returning in the country for further activity also in new modes and bands as I want to support the HAM community in EX .
Thank you for those contacted me and the QSL policy is ruled on my qrz.com page. Any comment is appreciated.
The second leg of my activity on HF bands led to have logged 640 QSO in 6.5hrs of activity, for a total of almost 2100 QSO as per attached picture.
Conditions have been poorer compared to the previous weekend. This time I have logged 4 US stations, the rest is most EU, UA, and JA. No activity on 80m and 160m.
Lotw after 10th of January
I am not sure if I will be qrv again as the 9th I am going to fly back home and till then I am rather busy with family commitments.
More updates on EX ham radio in general later on, after a meeting with local OM tomorrow.
Today, I am in the process of reaching my host and in a couple of hours I will be runnimg some SSB contacts on HF bands.
This is the first post sent after a bounch of OM accepted yesterday to follow my web updates. Thank you for that.
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