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Name:Peter
QTH:Falmouth
Country:United States
Grid:FN41
 
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Peter K Butler
5 Robinson Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
United States
 
Licensed since:1954
Born:1940
ITU: 8
CQ:5
State:MA
County:Barnstable
 
  
  
   
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Falmouth, Massachusetts is located in the southwest area of Cape Cod. I live adjacent to the Falmouth Inner Harbor in an area called Falmouth Village. Falmouth has a population of 33,000 people that grows to over 100,000 people during the summer. Because of the area's natural beauty, great ocean beaches, lakes, and access to sailing, boating, and fishing, Falmouth has become a leisure destination and a high quality place to live year round. The world renown Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Marine Biological Laboratories, NOAA Fisheries have attracted scientists from around the world to their first class facilities and reseach vessels. There is a Technical Park that supports high tech companies who provide a stable work environment and good jobs to our residents. The hospitality industry is vibrant and many restaurants with varied cuisine can be found. The Falmouth Hospital supports a substantial staff of physicians, nurses,and technicians and assisting in keeping us healthy and taken care of. Martha's Vineyard, shown in the upper left is a destination from one of the many ferries that serve the area, including the "Steamship Authority" that moves cars, busses, trucks. Several high speed ferries connect Falmouth to New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Island.

There are no shortage of things to do, year round, and it is a fantastic location for ham radio! Falmouth is a 1 1/2 hour drive from Boston on interstate highways until you cross the Cape Cod Canal! To the East is the Sagamore Bridge to Route 6 that takes you to Hyannis and to Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod. To the West is the Bourne Bridge and Route28 that takes you to Falmouth, where I live. Cape Cod style houses (I live in one!)abound and Cape Cod is known for its village environment throughout the region. There are many Irish and Portuguese people that live in this area.

The Wampanoag Indian tribe has a sigificant presence here, and they were the first group to meet the Pilgrims who arrived in 1620 from England, making this area of historical significance as the beginning phase of the first permanent settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts about 30 miles away. Much evidence exists that the Vikings and later the Portuguese explored this area in earlier times, but it took the Pilgrims to begin the development of America.

Peter was first licensed in June, 1954 as a novice with WN1BPW and 9 months later received his general class license with the call W1BPW. In 1965 he obtained the extra class license. In 1975 he was assigned W1UU after meeting the revised FCC incentive licensing program.

The 1950s were formative yearsbuilding amateur gear or modifying military transmitters for ham use. He started chasing DX and contesting. The sunspots were active and peaked about 1957. DXpeditions to rare countries was the rage. This was a time to get ready to go to college, and ham radio pointed the way to study Electrical Engineering as it applied to radio technologies.

The 1960s pointed changes to my professional career and my personal life. 1962 he was awarded a BSEE from Rutgers University majoring in microwave antenna technologies. The technology was applied to radar and communication systems.He also decided to become a competitive contest station, especially CW. In 1964 he was inducted into FOC (806) as a CW activist (http://www.g4foc.org) as all members are primarily CW operators. He married in 1968. K1NA was my best man at my wedding, too! His family started to grow with a new son and daughter.

Biggest ham radio thrill was attaining #1 CW USA in ARRL DX competition in 1969. Peter was generally in the top-10 DX contests for about 8 years. My friend K1NA and I got to meet lots of contesters.

In the 1970swas the time to focus on his professional development.He moved to Merrimack, NH in 1970 to work for a major defense contractor. He had 2 towers at his QTH. A lot of work was spent designing wire phased arrays on 3.5 MHz. The best performer was a ZL-special with switched phasing lines.

In 1974 he moved to Falmouth, MA on Cape Cod. Living on a small lot in the downtown area, his antennas were far more modest and mounted on a 55' tower. Falmouth has excellent radio propagation conditions being close to the Atlantic Ocean. Another daughter was born in 1978. His travel to Europe and Asia allowed him to meet many contacts made over the years, and he enjoyed the first class hospitality! He also enjoyed the visitors that came to Cape Cod.

The 1980s was another period of change 1983. How exciting it became!He movednorth of Bostonand with 1 acre of land he was able to reconstruct new towers, including one 120' and he rebuilt his station to be a top gun single operator contest station. He also worked the last country (HK0 Malpelo Island) to achieve top of the DXCC honor roll in 1983. There were only 15 W1s on the top of the Honor Roll at the time.

In the mid-1980s, packet radio burst onto the scene and became an emerging technology, and Peter developed an extensive packet radio station and became one of the first few to put amateur radio onto the Internet. This was controversial because the technology threatened to "take the radio out of amateur radio". His interest was in VHF/UHF propagation and the development of antennas. He was able to develop technology solutions including one of the first to try an 88 mile path over land and water at almost unheard rates of 19,200 bps!

Thanks to the Northeast Digital Association and later the Northeast TCP Association did the nature of packet transmission evolve where the Internet became the Wide Area Network and amateur radio became the Local Area Network. Most of the work was designing various antenna systems to solve a problem of multi-path signal corruption at VHF/UHF. At one point, he was able to transmit at 1 Mbps data over 50 mile paths.

Professionally, Peter started his own company in 1989 as a wireless systems integrator under the name of Homeland Security Wireless, Inc. In addition to the packet modes, the wireless technology quickly developed in several areas: computerization of amateur radio technologies, modulation techniques competitive with fiber networks, and the rapid evolution of much lower cost radio chips. Rapid technology adoption in Public Safety and data communications was quickly underway.

In the 1990s, his business flourished and was growing strong and amateur radio continued to be a source of inspiration to try ideas. Many of the packet concepts became reality with the emergence of Wi-Fi and the challenge of microwave communications and propagation techniques. Many of the digital technologies deployed by the hams of the mid-1980s became very real! This was truly a case of allowing ham radio to be a gateway to his new professional career. Professionally, this technology was focused towards Public Safety and Wide Area communication networks.

Entering into the 2000s, digital signal processing and space diversity of antennas became important in the evolution of technology. Software defined radios started to appear, and much work was directed towards implementing this technology. Using Amateur Radio as a springboard, he was able to find professional satisfaction in digital radio networks and systems.

In 2005 he moved with his wife back to Falmouth, MA on Cape Cod. While he had to downsize the antenna farm, the house was renovated in 2007 and the 60' tower was moved about 7' from the earlier location. Many wire antenna designs were built and he decided to try QRP operations because the location again proved to be excellent with close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Professionally, he developed a marine communication system for Homeland Security shortly after 911, and focused his time dealing with "over-the-water" communications.

He also spent 2 years in studying the Portuguese culture and language and went to his wife's home town in Vale da Serra, Portugal for 5 weeks in the summer of 2009. He has also been active playing the saxophone and flute in various bands, and his favorite outdoor activity is digging clams in the shellfish abundant harbors of Falmouth.

Moving into the decade of the 2010s, ham activity centered around CW and to QRP techniques. As a charter member of CWOPS (http://www.cwops.org), he became heavily involved in the CWT activities of the group. There is renewed focus on antenna improvement. Attention has been directed towards phased verticals especially since the lot size is small. This also allows him to experiment with noise reduction technologies and loop antennas for receiving.

Weak signal detection using JT65 technology, an interest in antenna technologies, and propagation coincided with both amateur and professional interests. In particular, the combination of computer DSP processing, radio technologies, and efficiency of communications is of significant interest.

He is presently using a Flex-5000A SDR with a 43' ground plane with 25 radials. The 60' tower has been reserved for commercial antennas since Peter is a Wireless ISP serving Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket Island. A fiber optic circuit operating at 1 Gbps is used to support his customers.

His wife, Maria, and family of 3 adult children have grown and established careers of their own, and he now has 6 grandchildren. Maybe some of the grandkids will get the ham radio bug like he did at the age of 13! It's never too late!

 

 

Source Activity Date time
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 ER1OO 2009Z 2018-04-26 20:09:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -7 dB 6 BPS CQ 1210Z 2018-04-26 12:10:20
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 1210Z 2018-04-26 12:10:02
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -09 dB 6 BPS CQ 1201Z 2018-04-26 12:01:06
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 J73WA 1201Z 2018-04-26 12:01:00
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1153Z 2018-04-26 11:53:51
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 1053Z 2018-04-26 10:53:51
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 I2XCH 1049Z 2018-04-26 10:49:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 F6EAZ 1042Z 2018-04-26 10:42:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 1040Z 2018-04-26 10:40:50
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 VE3BW 1040Z 2018-04-26 10:40:00
RBN DX de K1RA-#: 5357.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1035Z 2018-04-26 10:35:17
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 5357.0 W1UU FT8 9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1035Z 2018-04-26 10:35:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1034Z 2018-04-26 10:34:40
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 1007Z 2018-04-26 10:07:09
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 1007Z 2018-04-26 10:07:05
RBN DX de AE4PM-#: 7028.1 W1UU CW 28 dB 32 WPM CQ 0323Z 2018-04-26 03:23:03
RBN DX de N6TV-#: 14035.6 W1UU CW 8 dB 30 WPM CQ 0307Z 2018-04-26 03:07:10
RBN DX de N2IC-#: 14035.60 W1UU CW 5 dB 30 WPM CQ 0307Z 2018-04-26 03:07:01
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0250Z 2018-04-26 02:50:09
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 0246Z 2018-04-26 02:46:23
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -02 dB 6 BPS CQ 0244Z 2018-04-26 02:44:36
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -1 dB 6 BPS CQ 2358Z 2018-04-25 23:58:18
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -08 dB 6 BPS CQ 2237Z 2018-04-25 22:37:04
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 2234Z 2018-04-25 22:34:34
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 2223Z 2018-04-25 22:23:54
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 2223Z 2018-04-25 22:23:53
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 21074.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 2013Z 2018-04-25 20:13:04
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 21074.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 2012Z 2018-04-25 20:12:19
RBN DX de KQ8M-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 8 dB 30 WPM CQ 1958Z 2018-04-25 19:58:04
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 10 dB 30 WPM CQ 1958Z 2018-04-25 19:58:03
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 12 dB 30 WPM CQ 1958Z 2018-04-25 19:58:00
RBN DX de K9TM-4-#: 14045.9 W1UU CW 5 dB 31 WPM CQ 1928Z 2018-04-25 19:28:40
RBN DX de KC0VKN-#: 14027.9 W1UU CW 13 dB 30 WPM CQ 1359Z 2018-04-25 13:59:11
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 14027.9 W1UU CW 21 dB 30 WPM CQ 1359Z 2018-04-25 13:59:11
RBN DX de K9TM-4-#: 14027.9 W1UU CW 17 dB 30 WPM CQ 1359Z 2018-04-25 13:59:09
RBN DX de AE4PM-#: 14027.9 W1UU CW 8 dB 30 WPM CQ 1359Z 2018-04-25 13:59:05
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 14039.7 W1UU CW 11 dB 30 WPM CQ 1351Z 2018-04-25 13:51:31
RBN DX de VE2WU-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 42 dB 29 WPM CQ 1343Z 2018-04-25 13:43:13
RBN DX de KC4YVA-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 3 dB 30 WPM CQ 1343Z 2018-04-25 13:43:08
RBN DX de K9IMM-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 23 dB 29 WPM CQ 1343Z 2018-04-25 13:43:04
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 10 dB 29 WPM CQ 1342Z 2018-04-25 13:42:23
RBN DX de N4ZR-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 12 dB 29 WPM CQ 1342Z 2018-04-25 13:42:21
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7034.5 W1UU CW 15 dB 29 WPM CQ 1342Z 2018-04-25 13:42:19
RBN DX de KQ8M-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 23 dB 30 WPM CQ 1342Z 2018-04-25 13:42:13
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7034.4 W1UU CW 27 dB 29 WPM CQ 1342Z 2018-04-25 13:42:10
RBN DX de W1NT-#: 3534.9 W1UU CW 12 dB 29 WPM CQ 1259Z 2018-04-25 12:59:21
RBN DX de W1NT-2-#: 3534.9 W1UU CW 12 dB 30 WPM CQ 1259Z 2018-04-25 12:59:18
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3534.9 W1UU CW 18 dB 30 WPM CQ 1259Z 2018-04-25 12:59:15
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1145Z 2018-04-25 11:45:37
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1143Z 2018-04-25 11:43:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -18 dB 6 BPS CQ 1143Z 2018-04-25 11:43:01
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1134Z 2018-04-25 11:34:07
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 1129Z 2018-04-25 11:29:10
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 JA1VND 1126Z 2018-04-25 11:26:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 JA1WSK 1125Z 2018-04-25 11:25:00
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1123Z 2018-04-25 11:23:37
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 14074.0 W1UU FT8 -11 dB 6 BPS CQ 1113Z 2018-04-25 11:13:06
DXC DX de W1UU: 14074.0 SP1DOZ 1113Z 2018-04-25 11:13:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 14074.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 1112Z 2018-04-25 11:12:39
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 14074.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1112Z 2018-04-25 11:12:05
DXC DX de W1UU: 14074.0 IK2NNI 1110Z 2018-04-25 11:10:00
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1103Z 2018-04-25 11:03:35
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -24 dB 6 BPS CQ 1103Z 2018-04-25 11:03:09
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 1 dB 6 BPS CQ 1103Z 2018-04-25 11:03:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -18 dB 6 BPS CQ 0618Z 2018-04-25 06:18:35
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 0612Z 2018-04-25 06:12:34
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 0557Z 2018-04-25 05:57:54
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -13 dB 6 BPS CQ 0546Z 2018-04-25 05:46:53
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 0058Z 2018-04-25 00:58:17
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 4 dB 6 BPS CQ 1230Z 2018-04-24 12:30:51
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 2 dB 6 BPS CQ 1230Z 2018-04-24 12:30:48
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 7 dB 6 BPS CQ 1223Z 2018-04-24 12:23:19
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 1214Z 2018-04-24 12:14:50
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 1214Z 2018-04-24 12:14:47
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 8 dB 6 BPS CQ 1210Z 2018-04-24 12:10:49
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1202Z 2018-04-24 12:02:46
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1202Z 2018-04-24 12:02:19
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -09 dB 6 BPS CQ 1200Z 2018-04-24 12:00:19
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -10 dB 6 BPS CQ 1151Z 2018-04-24 11:51:19
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1151Z 2018-04-24 11:51:16
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0844Z 2018-04-24 08:44:19
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -11 dB 6 BPS CQ 0844Z 2018-04-24 08:44:16
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 0835Z 2018-04-24 08:35:19
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -7 dB 6 BPS CQ 0835Z 2018-04-24 08:35:16
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 0820Z 2018-04-24 08:20:45
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 0820Z 2018-04-24 08:20:19
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0820Z 2018-04-24 08:20:18
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -18 dB 6 BPS CQ 0814Z 2018-04-24 08:14:48
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -8 dB 6 BPS CQ 0249Z 2018-04-24 02:49:01
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 2349Z 2018-04-23 23:49:22
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 2335Z 2018-04-23 23:35:20
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 2332Z 2018-04-23 23:32:51
DXC DX de W1UU: 18100.0 9Y4C 2332Z 2018-04-23 23:32:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 18100.0 VA2LGT 2330Z 2018-04-23 23:30:00
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 2323Z 2018-04-23 23:23:20
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -7 dB 6 BPS CQ 2317Z 2018-04-23 23:17:20
DXC DX de W1UU: 18100.0 CP4MG 2309Z 2018-04-23 23:09:00
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 2305Z 2018-04-23 23:05:50
DXC DX de W1UU: 18100.0 WP4JLU 2305Z 2018-04-23 23:05:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 21074.0 CM2PBR 2302Z 2018-04-23 23:02:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 21074.0 W1UU FT8 -01 dB 6 BPS CQ 2259Z 2018-04-23 22:59:50
DXC DX de W1UU: 21074.0 VP2ETE 2259Z 2018-04-23 22:59:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 24915.0 PU4DCN 2256Z 2018-04-23 22:56:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 28074.0 WP4RF 2233Z 2018-04-23 22:33:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 28074.0 HK3W 2224Z 2018-04-23 22:24:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 28074.0 WP4AZT 2223Z 2018-04-23 22:23:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 14074.0 OD5YA 2049Z 2018-04-23 20:49:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 5P1KZX 2038Z 2018-04-23 20:38:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -03 dB 6 BPS CQ 2035Z 2018-04-23 20:35:22
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -03 dB 6 BPS CQ 2035Z 2018-04-23 20:35:19
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 EW8W 2035Z 2018-04-23 20:35:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 0 dB 6 BPS CQ 1237Z 2018-04-23 12:37:08
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 1234Z 2018-04-23 12:34:38
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 3 dB 6 BPS CQ 1226Z 2018-04-23 12:26:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1224Z 2018-04-23 12:24:08
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 8 dB 6 BPS CQ 1213Z 2018-04-23 12:13:38
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1212Z 2018-04-23 12:12:37
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 CO2AFV 1210Z 2018-04-23 12:10:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 7 dB 6 BPS CQ 1202Z 2018-04-23 12:02:08
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 0653Z 2018-04-23 06:53:08
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 0653Z 2018-04-23 06:53:01
DXC DX de W1UU: 7074.0 CU3EM 0653Z 2018-04-23 06:53:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 7074.0 W1UU FT8 -21 dB 6 BPS CQ 0636Z 2018-04-23 06:36:38
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 0628Z 2018-04-23 06:28:10
DXC DX de W1UU: 3573.0 EA3NW 0613Z 2018-04-23 06:13:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -1 dB 6 BPS CQ 0605Z 2018-04-23 06:05:49
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -8 dB 6 BPS CQ 0605Z 2018-04-23 06:05:48
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0553Z 2018-04-23 05:53:19
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0553Z 2018-04-23 05:53:18
DXC DX de W1UU: 3573.0 EA6BH 0553Z 2018-04-23 05:53:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -07 dB 6 BPS CQ 0538Z 2018-04-23 05:38:38
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -07 dB 6 BPS CQ 0538Z 2018-04-23 05:38:37
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -13 dB 6 BPS CQ 0526Z 2018-04-23 05:26:49
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 1840.0 W1UU FT8 -6 dB 6 BPS CQ 0526Z 2018-04-23 05:26:47
DXC DX de W1UU: 5357.1 G0BLB 0522Z 2018-04-23 05:22:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 0520Z 2018-04-23 05:20:17
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 JR1XIS 1153Z 2018-04-22 11:53:00
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -24 dB 6 BPS CQ 1149Z 2018-04-22 11:49:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1149Z 2018-04-22 11:49:03
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 JE1BMJ 1124Z 2018-04-22 11:24:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -14 dB 6 BPS CQ 1123Z 2018-04-22 11:23:02
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -6 dB 6 BPS CQ 1110Z 2018-04-22 11:10:37
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1110Z 2018-04-22 11:10:31
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 JM4WUZ 1101Z 2018-04-22 11:01:00
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -04 dB 6 BPS CQ 1100Z 2018-04-22 11:00:08
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -03 dB 6 BPS CQ 1059Z 2018-04-22 10:59:31
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 J88PI 1045Z 2018-04-22 10:45:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1036Z 2018-04-22 10:36:50
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -8 dB 6 BPS CQ 1036Z 2018-04-22 10:36:47
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1022Z 2018-04-22 10:22:19
DXC DX de W1UU: 5357.1 EA3WD 0228Z 2018-04-22 02:28:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 15 dB 6 BPS CQ 0224Z 2018-04-22 02:24:25
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -13 dB 6 BPS CQ 0220Z 2018-04-22 02:20:35
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 CP6CL 0220Z 2018-04-22 02:20:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -11 dB 6 BPS CQ 2250Z 2018-04-21 22:50:38
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -11 dB 6 BPS CQ 2250Z 2018-04-21 22:50:34
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 VY2JB 2250Z 2018-04-21 22:50:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 0739Z 2018-04-21 07:39:48
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 0214Z 2018-04-21 02:14:52
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 0046Z 2018-04-21 00:46:47
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 -8 dB 6 BPS CQ 0033Z 2018-04-21 00:33:17
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 18100.0 W1UU FT8 10 dB 6 BPS CQ 0121Z 2018-04-20 01:21:16
DXC DX de W1UU: 18100.0 ZL2IFB 0101Z 2018-04-20 01:01:00
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7042.6 W1UU CW 13 dB 20 WPM CQ 1254Z 2018-04-19 12:54:22
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7042.6 W1UU CW 7 dB 20 WPM CQ 1254Z 2018-04-19 12:54:22
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 15 dB 20 WPM CQ 1253Z 2018-04-19 12:53:36
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 21 dB 20 WPM CQ 1253Z 2018-04-19 12:53:34
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 35 dB 20 WPM CQ 1253Z 2018-04-19 12:53:27
RBN DX de KC0VKN-#: 7042.7 W1UU CW 8 dB 20 WPM CQ 1253Z 2018-04-19 12:53:24
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 16 dB 6 BPS CQ 1245Z 2018-04-19 12:45:19
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -12 dB 6 BPS CQ 1245Z 2018-04-19 12:45:18
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -22 dB 6 BPS CQ 1245Z 2018-04-19 12:45:17
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -7 dB 6 BPS CQ 1230Z 2018-04-19 12:30:09
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -9 dB 6 BPS CQ 1230Z 2018-04-19 12:30:07
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 1230Z 2018-04-19 12:30:06
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1212Z 2018-04-19 12:12:56
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1212Z 2018-04-19 12:12:49
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -17 dB 6 BPS CQ 1212Z 2018-04-19 12:12:47
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 RN1ON 1212Z 2018-04-19 12:12:00
DXC DX de W1UU: 10136.0 LY2CK 1153Z 2018-04-19 11:53:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 1148Z 2018-04-19 11:48:39
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 1148Z 2018-04-19 11:48:36
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 10136.0 W1UU FT8 -20 dB 6 BPS CQ 1148Z 2018-04-19 11:48:34
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3543.0 W1UU CW 32 dB 37 WPM CQ 0353Z 2018-04-19 03:53:19
RBN DX de K9IMM-#: 3543.0 W1UU CW 32 dB 32 WPM CQ 0353Z 2018-04-19 03:53:10
RBN DX de W7HR-#: 7040.5 W1UU CW 10 dB 30 WPM CQ 0317Z 2018-04-19 03:17:20
RBN DX de K2PO-#: 7040.3 W1UU CW 6 dB 29 WPM CQ 0317Z 2018-04-19 03:17:16
RBN DX de VE6WZ-#: 7040.4 W1UU CW 7 dB 30 WPM CQ 0317Z 2018-04-19 03:17:09
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7040.3 W1UU CW 25 dB 29 WPM CQ 0317Z 2018-04-19 03:17:03
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 5358.0 W1UU FT8 08 dB 6 BPS CQ 0133Z 2018-04-19 01:33:04
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -02 dB 6 BPS CQ 0114Z 2018-04-19 01:14:53
DXC DX de W1UU: 3573.0 DL1RWN 0114Z 2018-04-19 01:14:00
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -16 dB 6 BPS CQ 0101Z 2018-04-19 01:01:39
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -11 dB 6 BPS CQ 0056Z 2018-04-19 00:56:52
DXC DX de W1UU: 3573.0 HB0CC 0056Z 2018-04-19 00:56:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -03 dB 6 BPS CQ 0035Z 2018-04-19 00:35:51
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -03 dB 6 BPS CQ 0035Z 2018-04-19 00:35:49
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 3573.0 W1UU FT8 -19 dB 6 BPS CQ 0021Z 2018-04-19 00:21:41
DXC DX de W1UU: 3573.0 PU0FDN 0021Z 2018-04-19 00:21:00