12:45pm Thursday –
If you’re looking for posts about the ARRL June VHF QSO Party, which is this weekend, scroll down the page.
Here are the net reports from WB9LYH and K8GDT last night:
WB9LYH said that propagation was not good to the south and better to the west. We both expect propagation will be a lot better this weekend for the contest, with summer warmth and humidity moving in. Could be some periods with decent enhancement.
Mark’s check-ins last night were: N9OLT EN64; KC8ZJL EN71; WB9TFH EN53; K9JCC (I bet this is K9CCL EN61; I doubt Arkansas checked in last night); KC9CLM EN52; WE9K EN62; WB8AUK EN80; W9BBP and WA9BNZ EN40; KD0FEI EM29; KG0SJ, WB0YWW and WB0YNA EN22; KC9VFO EN43 and KA0KYZ EN33.
K8GDT posted his check-ins to the ON4KST.com real-time V/UHF chat room. Posted them while he was calling the net, so I grabbed them there. Gerry’s check-ins were: W2UAD FN13; N8WNA EN82; KB3TNZ FN10; KD8DJE EM89; WB8AUK EN80; NF8O EN91; WA9M EM79; VE3ZV EN92 and W0ZD/3 FN11.
As of now, expect WB9LYH on 144.240 and K8GDT on 144.252 next Wed. Of course, we always post the net plans here on the website.