My first contest in this category. Actually, it was not all bands, a few days before the contest, something happened with my sloper antenna for 80M. I used it also for 160M. All band category without two bands :).
That was fast! E6GG expedition was really the best.
2015-09-28 E6GG 17M CW
2015-09-28 E6GG 20M CW
Last three days were amazing! The propagation was really good and I made three new countries - E6, T2 and 3D2KM. Especially operators of the E6GG did very good job. Almost no QRM on their freq, no cops and excellent operating. I made QSO in last two days of the expedition. Thank you! Also T2GC expedition has very good ears but especially on 40M when I heard the noise created by some EU stations, I couldn't be polite. Even my wife asked me what is happening, because I used rude words to describe what I hear. What makes me happy is Z21MG expedition by David, OK6DJ and others. Good work guys!
I spent lot of time developing CQRLOG and HamQTH and didn't have time to update my personal website. It took me some time but now it's finished. The website is running on Joomla 3 with a bootstrap template. It should be responsive and faster than before. Now I can write a few new articles and post them more often not only once a year :).
To celebrate 25 years of the FOC's in-house magazine FOCUS, the 100th edition of which will be published on 1 January 2015, FOC members will be calling "CQ FOC25." Points will be earned, by members and non-members, for working FOC officers, FOCUS editors and any FOC members. A certificate will be issued to everyone who achieves 100 points.
FOC is pleased to present the FOC QSO Party. This event is open to all radio amateurs world-wide. Its aim is to encourage the use of, and excellence in, Morse code. The FOC QSO Party is not a contest but an activity day in memory of Bill Windle, a past Chairman of FOC who was very keen that we should all be as active as possible on the bands.
In this episode, we have a great interview with Linux software developer and ham radio enthusiast from the Czeck Republic, Petr Hlozek – OK2CQR. He is the author of CQRlog and HamQTH.com. Unfortunately, Petr’s audio was a little hot and nothing we could do made it better. Our sincerest apologies. Sound problems aside, we hope you enjoy this fascinating look into the life and mind of an Open Source ham.
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I wanted to release new version after 17th of April but ARRL has changed addresses and autorization to LoTW. This is very important feature and I decided to release new version sooner. Changelog is quite long and includes a few nice features. Packages on Lauchpad are already created, CQRLOG should be available in distribution updates very soon.
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