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1296 MHz EME echo
SV9/HB9CRQ microwave DXpedition May 2019
DXpedition is QRT!
SV9/HB9CRQ is QRT. We have packed all material and loaded our VW Caddy with the 7 transport boxes plus our personal luggage. We are ready to travel home tomorrow early morning.
We had a lot of fun and enjoyed all the nice QSOs!
Here a quick summery of the results:
432: 8 QSOs, 8 initials, all JT65B, DXCC 7, WAC 2
1296: 104 QSOs, 85 initials, 7 CW, DXCC 24, WAC 6
23xx: 19 QSOs, 14 initials, 5 CW, DXCC 10, WAC 5
3400: 15 QSOs, 10 initials, 5 CW, DXCC 8, WAC 3
5760: 20 QSOs, 15 initials, 7 CW, DXCC 12, WAC 4
10xxx: 28 QSOs, 22 initials, 9 CW, DXCC 13, WAC 4
Total: 194 QSOs, 154 initials, 33 CW, DXCC 30, WAC 6
The calls worked and more information about the DXpedition and some pictures will be published in the 432 & up NL by K2UYH.
For more info go to DXpedition SV9/HB9CRQ Crete 2029 there you’ll find (end of May) more pics and the full SV9/HB9CRQ story.
Our QSL policy: Send your QSL with SAE to HB9Q, P.O.box 133, CH-5737 Menziken
Many thanks for working us!
We look forward to work you and hopefully others from A21EME in October 2019.
Vy 73, Dan & Sam SV9/HB9CRQ Q-Team
HB0/HB9DBM microwave DXpedition was successful
From 27. November to 2. December 2018 the Q-Team members Mark, HB9DBM and Dan, HB9CRQ have activated HB0 (Liechtenstein) on 23, 13, 9, 6 and 3cm. For more information click here.
1x1el yagi and 60W QSO on 432 MHz EME
Please look for us on HB9Q and N0UK loggers. We always announce our activity there.
We may be QRV on all bands (from 144 MHz to 10GHz) at more or less any time including weekdays. If you like to work us, please let us know by e-mail email@example.com or just look for us when you are QRV, we may also be there!
Looking forward to work you soon!
Microwave skeds welcome!
- 1296 MHz: 1 yagi and 10 W or a 1.5m dish and 5 W
- 23xx MHz: 1 yagi and 20 W or a 1.5m dish and 10 W
- 3400 MHz: 1.5m dish and 20 W
- 5760 MHz: 1.5m dish and 10 W
- 10xxx MHz: 0.6m dish and 10 W