Paul L Herrman
    Sierra Vista, Arizona USA (DM41um)
    Echolink Repeater Node # 235978
    n0nbh@n0nbh.com

                                                           

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Just checking things out, still only a Tech. but studying for general lic.
I noticed the bands were full of QRM and decided to look for a website like yours too see what's going on, not familiar with propagation lingo yet. but this site seems to cover everything.

Thanks for the info


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Very nice and important information for everyone to use.

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:!devil: :o :o :o :o

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I like it

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If I could donate I would. I am sorry for this at this time. You have a tremendous amount of information here.

Thank you for your hard work,

Jerry
KD9DYN


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Great site, Thank you!

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Hi Paul Herrman's N0NBH,
Anthony K5TZ, to work with Cub Scouts grandson.

How well can we communicate on 5 watts and a long wire antenna, or a magnetic loop?

We are just hikers and mountain bikers and cub scouts on a field trip. There is no internet, no electricity and no gasoline.

We want to be able to communicate one way or another. All we can afford to carry and power is 5 to 10 watts, 160m-6m. That includes 3 pounds of antenna's and wires, and 6 pounds of batteries.

There are few repeaters in a canyon shadow.

All the kids have two way short range line of site radios and all tolk to someone who looks at your charts to navigate which campsite far away might be listening on what frequencies at what time of night.

Your frequency charts would help us choose.

How would we read your charts? Suppose we only had rtty etc. and a laptop. Would your charts help us guess when we need to get up or go to sleep, and what frequency to use?

Thank you,
Anthony K5TZ


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Comments:
JUST GETTING BACK AFTER 20 YEARS INTO HAM RADIO AGAIN....
I CAME BY YOUR WEB SITE VIA SEARCH REGARDING PROPAGATION.
IT LOOKS GREAT, BUT I NEED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS INFO....


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