In the afternoon I was spotted in Japan on 17m with WSPR. Just like Ron PA2RF a few days ago. Also K0VM from Iowa.

Tonight, on 20 meter I was spotted again in Japan.

Paul Stam, PC4T, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from the Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

3 Responses to “Japan”

  • F1SOE:

    please,i search the software sstv Kenwood kct-24s.tks

  • F1SOE:

    hello,i search software for function computer via vc-h1 and kvt-10.the original software kct-24s no function and indication(problém eprom ?)

  • Doug Grace:

    Please tell everyone about our Parks & Historic Site event this coming year. Appreciate all the announcements we can get.

    RAC is pleased to announce its support for the Canadian National Parks on the Air event (CNPOTA) next year in cooperation with Parks Canada. This year-long event will take place from January 1 to December 31, 2019.
    All Radio Amateurs world-wide will have an opportunity to operate portably from any of Parks Canada’s 48 National Parks and 171 National Historic Sites (these are ‘activators’). Amateurs around the world will be able to chase these adventurous operators in an effort to confirm the most QSOs (these are ‘chasers’). Activity for activators and chasers will be tracked on a dedicated web site and real-time leader board and other statistics will be available throughout the year. Activators and chasers will be able to compete for and collect on line awards and certificates created specifically for the event.

    You’ll find more detail on the Canadian National Parks on the Air website (cnpota.ca).

    Come join the fun and plan to visit one of Canada’s beautiful Parks and Historic sites next year!

    – CNPOTA event committee

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