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      Managed by W8LV
Name:William
QTH:Circleville
Country:United States
Grid:EM89
 
Email: w8lv@arrl.net
William J Pietschman
2273 Walnut Creek Pike
Circleville, OH 43113
United States
 
Licensed since:Hidden
Born:Hidden
ITU: 8
CQ:4
State:OH
County:Pickaway
 
  
   
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W8LV Station Tour and Bio:

Yep, I'm Half Irish... you say you couldn't tell?   

         

Ex: KB8QPE

I also operate from Canada as W8LV/VE3 and hold the following (lifetime)

Commercial Radio Licenses from the (USA)

Federal Communications Commission:

GROL with Ship Radar Endorsement (License # PG00044070)

GMDSS Operator/Maintainer (License # DB00000966)

 

Member, Royal Order of the Wouff Hong

Wouff Hong!

 

The W8LV QTH.

 

I have been licenced since 1994, originally as KB8QPE. My first QSO was with WB7PRH(sk). My radio hobby started with a Remco "Billy Wizard" Crystal radio that my Grandmother Hilda purchased from a salvage store in Cleveland, Ohio. After following the build instructions and adding a bit of aerial wire, I could hear our Local 1450 AM station WLEC in Sandusky, Ohio, ("And here now is Karl Bates with "This and That" being introduced by announcer Bill Brock) and with a bit MORE aerial wire, in came WJR Detroit ("From the Golden Tower of the Fisher Building, Here's J.P. McCarthy!") and CKLW (mp3 Sound File Jingle "CKLW.The Motor City") broadcasting from Windsor, Ontario.

 

The W8LV Front Porch.

 

Wow! I used to have this radio (mine was blue, not yellow) on the window sill next to my bed, so I could easily reach the earphone and tune the radio's little slider control as I laid in my bed at night, and I listened EVERY night! Forget dumb girls, baseball, AND hockey. . . I was on top of the world. I kept adding more and more wire to the aerial...and then it happened.

 

Adding MORE aerial wire to bring in more distant stations caused a bit of a problem. . . as my aerial was struck by lightning from one of our famous Lake Erie storms! Luckily, VERY luckily, we were away from home at the time. . . but my Remco Billy Wizard Crystal Radio was reduced to a molten pile of blue plastic, stuck fast to the window sill, a mere memory of it's former brilliance and elegance in art deco AND "Advanced Electronic Design"! (well that's what the box said. . . ) All that remained was a short piece of the aerial, (as the rest had disappeared to wherever "Copper Heaven" is, I reckoned).

 

KITTY!

 

All that remained was the little tuner "slider" control knob, all melted, (never to slide ever again!) the ground wire, still wrapped around the outside water faucet, as did the house (good thing) and finally, the earphone, hanging sadly from the melted blue plastic blob on the window sill like a dead spider dangling from its web! How can God do such things to an eight year old boy, I thought? Maybe it had SOMETHING to do with "borrowing" my Dad's outdoor extension cord, carefully stripping off all of the orange insulation with a steak knife, and then splitting the wires apart and joining them all together to make one long Super Aerial. . . but gee whiz (and holy smokes!) wasn't this a bit of extreme retribution, I thought. . . Plus, I was sure DAD hadn't even so much as missed the cord yet, so how did GOD figure it out anyway? Sadly, I placed the earphone in my ear, closed my teary eyes and listened, dreaming of all the big signals it used to pick up. And. . . lo and behold. . . there was the sound of WLEC coming out of the earphone in it's 1,000 watt glory, which must have been the station that I tuned in when I last used the radio before falling upon such childhood disaster. So I was sort of "fixed frequency", you might say...for a while.

 

Eyeball QSO.

 

 

I made up for lost time by working quite a bit of DX via our TV antenna, as we were near water and only twelve miles away from the Canadian Border, but NEVER when it even looked like a "hint" of nasty clouds in the sky, or my Dad would give me Hell. like he had to? NO WAY was I going to play with the television if it looked bad outside! I recall watching Buggs Bunny cartoons dubbed in French. It was fun, although television just doesn't have the same magic as radio somehow, or at least it never has for me (other than having "THE KNACK" for fixing them). . . But, in fairly short time (seemed like ages), God apparently saw the error of his ways, and sent me a rainbow disguised as a Patron Saint:

 

Did the FCC just drive by?

 

 

Back in the days when televisions required frequent servicing and maintenance our local TV repairman, Carl Fuhr, gave me a "Sonora" Model RET 210 shortwave radio on one of his many repair visits to our home. I can still see him coming up our walkway, carrying a big suitcase-sized "tube caddy" with the "RCA" logo emblazoned on the side of it. To me, he was a magician as he used his "degaussing coil" on our picture tube, and all the colours of the rainbow would flow around the screen just like the Northern Lights! Now thusly equipped with a shortwave receiver, I could hear the BBC, CBC/RCI, Radio Havana, Radio Moscow (Now Voice of Russia) , Deutche Welle, Radio Sweden, Swiss Radio International, HCJB, and All India Radio just to name a few. Also, those mysterious "Numbers" stations. . . what a THRILL all of this was for a kid before the instant NEWS world of CNN and the Internet! Later I used an analog "Channel Master" Model 6252A VHF receiver, so I could monitor the Lake Erie freighter traffic via the Great Lakes coastal station WMI in Lorain,Ohio, and my Great Uncle Bud Gerold (CB'er KL0 0608, sk) let me borrow his prized Zenith Transoceanic Model H-500, so now I was monitoring Utility stations with one shortwave radio whilst listening to Broadcasts on the other!

 

Entering the Station...

 

 

I had two nice elmers, Earl Carrier, K8WLP(sk) who hand made me flash cards to learn Morse Code, and a bit later in life, Dan Thompson, KB8QZQ(sk) who FINALLY got me interested in and motivated enough to obtain my ham ticket, as I was always too busy with family (six kids) work or college to do so before.

 

 

 

Advanced Communications Facility....Ummmmm....No.

 

Back in Sandusky High School, I took Vocational Communications Electronics, and ended up with a vocational diploma in 1978 even though I was also a "college prep" kid, so I had the best of both worlds. I sure liked playing with vacuum tubes! We had a lot of WWII surplus parts to work with, and little else. How fondly I recall opening up those little brown cardboard packages of surplus components with dates like 1943 on them, and the servicing and repair of televisions, but especially the "All American Five Tube" sets, which were cleverly designed and actually made to be repaired! Mr. (Tom) Burkholder was my instructor. . . he was not a ham, but he WAS from Lima, Ohio and so thusly introduced me to the military surplus treasures to be obtained literally for fractions of pennies on the dollar from good old Fair Radio Sales located there. Many kids from my age group learned electronics via these WWII surplus parts, they were ruggedly built, very forgiving of errors unlike the IC chips of today, and allowed those of us of modest means the basic affordability to persue electronics. The FIRST time I drove a car it was to Universal Electronics in Reynoldsburg, Ohio and the SECOND time was to Fair Radio!

 

Hey...is that a roll of solder on the floor?

 

 

God apparently has a fairly long memory, as when I was operating at our former residence under my old callsign of KB8QPE, on the air using a Heathkit SB-301 receiver/SB-401 transmitter that I borrowed (and rehabbed) from Greg, KG8IJ, I got struck by lightning. I received minor damage (glad I didn't have headphones on), and the radio received...no damage whatsoever! Now if I could just do as good with the Ohio Lottery . . .

 

Looking the other way...And the solution to all technical problems is found

on the counter....Namely, "The Beer" and "The Hammer".

 

All of these years later, I STILL enjoy DX listening as well as transmitting, and these days most of my AM ("mediumwave" everywhere else but in North America) DX listening is done with both digital (model SRF-M37W) and analog (model SRF-59SILVER) Sony Walkman radios, since they go "everywhere" I go, and of course with the car radio. I am also lucky to have SiriusXM radio that came installed in my Toyota Prius for the BBC NEWS and the Classic Radio shows XM feed (or directly here: www.radioclassics.com) I like to use the Sony MP3 player model number NWZ-A728 since it will hold many hours of downloaded internet radio and music, and now, more so, an Android cellphone is my "podcatcher of choice." My current favourite all around portable radio is the Eton G3 Globe Traveler , for AM, FM and Shortwave DXing. Especially for the AM band, I like the TECSUN Model PL-606 (which comes equipped with a DSP chip!) I also like the Sony ICF-S10MK2 for both AM and FM. Its hard to beat a nice little pocket radio like this that isn't junk, available at K-Mart for twelve greenbacks, or even less!

 

A Ham's Kitchen, for sure! Complete with binoculars for those cold nights

when I forget which coil tap was set on the antenna!

 

 

I operate (usually) QRP CW mode with a Yaesu Model FT-450D Transceiver into a portable fold-up Terlin(Australia) Outbacker Outpost Antenna. and a (Declawed) Ten Tec Scout Model 555 that now serves as the "backup" set. I also have a Yaesu VX-7 that I use with an "Arrow" Antenna to work satellites and I enjoy working "portable" with the MFJ 9040 and Ten Tec Model 1340 rigs, a 12 volt battery, and a Buddipole Antenna.

 

Computer Rack on a budget...

 

 

My "Method" for HF QRP is to study propagation very closely, and then then make a determination based on the propagation results and the dictates my personal schedule as to when I can operate. ACE-HF(which was orginally developed for U.S. Navy submarine communications) is the BEST software that I have found for HF propagation forecasting. USING PROPAGATION SOFTWARE HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE! Another handy and FREE real time HF propagation tool is VOACAP Online with nice explanations of how it all works by NA5N,ON4AA, and AE4RV. A Real time VHF propagation map and explanation of VHF (and UHF) Propagation are found here and here.

 

Mixer on a budget...

 

 

In 1977, while a student at Sandusky High School, I attempted to create an ion cloud "reflector" for radio waves, the premise being that if I could produce a "relatively" stationary "cloud" high above an antenna, I could bounce a signal off of said "ion cloud" and it would act just like an artificial minature layer of the ionosphere. This attempt was unsuccessful but interesting nonetheless(?) and is found here , which in retrospect I have coined the "mini HAARP Project" because it reminds me quite a bit of what these guys are/were up to, though my budget was a wee bit less than theirs. . .

 

You can never have too many keys, no matter what ANY XYL says...

So There!

 

 

My 2002 experiments in the Extra Low Frequency band (3kHz to 30 kHz) with a modified WR-3 Receiver are here. Briefly, I was able to successfully monitor VLF time signals and (Russian?) submarines THROUGH THE GROUND via metal stakes placed in a Ross County, Ohio Farm field (far away from power lines.THANKS TOM!), and also found that I detect the static fields from moving objects. As all objects in motion SHOULD interact with ions and produce static fields, I hypothesize that all moving objects should thus produce individual static "signatures". (Hmmm. I wonder if a STATIC signature always exists for EVERY moving object, regardless of physical shape…) Stephen P. Mcgreevey manufactures receivers for this portion of the radio spectrum.

 

Yaesu FT450D, LDG Autotuner, and QJE Switching Power Supply.

 

 

I am a Member of the Morse Telegraph Club and like to use the Standard American Morse Code (also known as "Railroad Morse") in addition to International Morse code, and this is done via the Internet. I also enjoy using Echolink. My favourite "straight key" is the Speed-X. I use two main "bugs" , the Vibroplex for Railroad Morse, and on the radio or via CWCom Online, the CW Touchkeyer Model P1PAD key from WA1JOS Sumner , though sometimes I do use a set of Model BY-2 Iambic Paddles (ever try to use just ONE paddle??)

I am also FISTS member #13631 and member #12144 of the QRP Amateur Radio Club International.

 

The Ten Tec Scout Model 555, purchased in 1995,

and now used as a backup rig.

 

 

I also built an experimental Podcast studio here, where I sporadically produce The Buckyecast

This is also the location of Telegraph Station "OH" (Circleville, Ohio, USA) operating with the old (American) Railroad Morse Code, connecting via the Morse KOB programme, which can be downloaded at Morse KOB.org. , and you can check the current activity on the Morse KOB Server.

 

The W8LV Basement Workbench. The microscope is used for SMD work.

 

 

I enjoy listening to International Shortwave Station WBCQ "The Planet" You can hear WBCQ directly by shortwave or via the the live studio board feed. WBCQ's station engineer, Owner, and Operator is Patriot Allan Weiner of former Radio Newyork International fame who formerly albeit briefly ran a station from the M.V. Sarah. I also enjoy listening to Johnny Lightning and The Gang over at the 11L/RNI Network via WBCQ or by the Live (and Encore) Internet Feed. Please listen to and consider supporting these worthy causes.

 

My eyes got older, and components got smaller, making the microscope a required item in the shack.

That resistor in only 2mm x 1mm !

 

Thanks to these folks who roll up their sleeves and make a difference in all our lives:

The ARRL and Gordon West, WB6NOA helped me to obtain my licence goals, and I am always grateful to them for their promotion of amateur radio, and also THANKS to Bob Heil, K9EID and Joe Walsh, WB6ACU for their support of both amateur radio AND the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum located in Cleveland, Ohio. Bob and Joe have a nice videocast called Ham Nation. From Ham Nation and AmateurlogicTV, I find that I am always learning NEW THINGS. Radio History I find also fascinating, a Great site is American Radio History and a GREAT place to visit is the Museum of Radio and Technology

located in Huntington, West Virginia AWESOME Slide tour! AWESOME VIDEO TOUR!

 

Time to melt some solder...

 

Now over well over fifty years old, I am still just as fascinated by radio now as when I was as a boy!

 

Always a sudent of science, currently I am working with magnetohydrodynamics, and you can see one of my first trial runs with an electromagnetic pump here: 

"Magnetohydrodynamic Flow Experiment - Simulated Blood Flow"

 

 

The Outbacker Antenna....Outback!

 

The W8LV Garden. Luckily, the electric fence to keep the deer away doesn't interfere with reception.

 


To Steal a Quote from the Honda Motorcycle Company: "You Meet the Nicest People On a QRP Rig."

 

EARLY Morning is the best time DX time with Australia.

 

I Hope to work you on the bands and, as always, "Hope To See You In Dayton!"

 

 

Backyard Sunset at W8LV's QTH...and of course that means it's time for  Grey Line  Propagation!

 

 

"You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles. Do you understand this? And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat."

-Albert Einstein

 

"And we, who are all that is left of the old engineers and mechanics, are turning our hands to salvage the world. We have ideas in common; the freemasonry of efficiency--the brotherhood of science. We are the natural trustees of civilization when everything else has failed."

-H.G.Wells (Things to Come)

 

"I'll put a girdle round about the Earth in forty minutes."

-Puck (Midsummer Night's Dream, ii. 2.)

"Heck, I can do that in less than 0.142857 of a second!"-Any Radio Operator

 

An XYL and her OM HAM, Circa 1952.... when Schlitz Beer was king.

 

 

 

73 DE W8LV BILL

 

 

 

Source Activity Date time
RBN DX de KC4YVA-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 14 WPM CQ 1948Z 2018-10-29 19:48:35
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 14 WPM CQ 1948Z 2018-10-29 19:48:34
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 14 WPM CQ 1948Z 2018-10-29 19:48:33
RBN DX de K9IMM-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 22 dB 14 WPM CQ 1948Z 2018-10-29 19:48:32
RBN DX de W8QZR-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 6 dB 15 WPM CQ 1946Z 2018-10-29 19:46:56
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 11 dB 14 WPM CQ 1946Z 2018-10-29 19:46:54
RBN DX de KC4YVA-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 14 WPM CQ 1946Z 2018-10-29 19:46:50
RBN DX de K9IMM-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 10 dB 14 WPM CQ 1945Z 2018-10-29 19:45:47
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 7044.4 W8LV CW 8 dB 12 WPM CQ 1503Z 2018-07-07 15:03:53
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 7044.4 W8LV CW 14 dB 12 WPM CQ 1503Z 2018-07-07 15:03:43
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7044.4 W8LV CW 16 dB 13 WPM CQ 1503Z 2018-07-07 15:03:40
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7044.4 W8LV CW 26 dB 13 WPM CQ 1503Z 2018-07-07 15:03:40
RBN DX de KC0VKN-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 10 dB 13 WPM CQ 1459Z 2018-07-07 14:59:15
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 12 WPM CQ 1458Z 2018-07-07 14:58:00
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 11 WPM CQ 0622Z 2018-06-25 06:22:38
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 22 dB 11 WPM CQ 0622Z 2018-06-25 06:22:37
RBN DX de W2AXR-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 11 WPM CQ 0622Z 2018-06-25 06:22:35
RBN DX de NC7J-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 22 dB 11 WPM CQ 0501Z 2018-04-20 05:01:20
RBN DX de WA7LNW-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 28 dB 11 WPM CQ 0501Z 2018-04-20 05:01:17
RBN DX de KO7SS-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 18 dB 11 WPM CQ 0501Z 2018-04-20 05:01:12
RBN DX de NC7J-#: 7035.0 W8LV CW 11 dB 12 WPM CQ 0459Z 2018-04-20 05:00:00
RBN DX de KO7SS-#: 7035.0 W8LV CW 6 dB 11 WPM CQ 0458Z 2018-04-20 04:58:42
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 31 dB 12 WPM CQ 0501Z 2018-04-17 05:01:15
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 14 WPM CQ 0459Z 2018-04-17 04:59:14
RBN DX de K9IMM-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 27 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:15
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 25 dB 12 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:14
RBN DX de N4ZR-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:14
RBN DX de W3LPL-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 30 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:14
RBN DX de W0MU-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:13
RBN DX de KM3T-2-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 27 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:12
RBN DX de KC4YVA-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 12 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:11
RBN DX de W2AXR-#: 7026.9 W8LV CW 15 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:11
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 32 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:10
RBN DX de W1NT-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:10
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:08
RBN DX de W1NT-2-#: 7026.9 W8LV CW 23 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:07
RBN DX de N9YKE-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 6 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:07
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7027.0 W8LV CW 25 dB 11 WPM CQ 2232Z 2018-04-16 22:32:06
RBN DX de W1NT-#: 7018.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 11 WPM CQ 1315Z 2018-04-03 13:15:13
RBN DX de VE6WZ-#: 7009.85 W8LV CW 13 dB 13 WPM CQ 0940Z 2018-04-03 09:40:35
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 17 dB 12 WPM CQ 0940Z 2018-04-03 09:40:32
RBN DX de N6WIN-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 7 dB 12 WPM CQ 0939Z 2018-04-03 09:39:38
RBN DX de NC7J-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 12 WPM CQ 0939Z 2018-04-03 09:39:32
RBN DX de N6TV-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 6 dB 12 WPM CQ 0938Z 2018-04-03 09:38:45
RBN DX de WA3OPY-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 9 dB 13 WPM CQ 0938Z 2018-04-03 09:38:44
RBN DX de N0TA-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 7 dB 13 WPM CQ 0938Z 2018-04-03 09:38:42
RBN DX de N7TR-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 11 WPM CQ 0937Z 2018-04-03 09:37:47
RBN DX de VE6WZ-#: 7029.15 W8LV CW 24 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:55
RBN DX de W0MU-#: 7029.3 W8LV CW 26 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:54
RBN DX de N6TV-#: 7029.3 W8LV CW 15 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:54
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 7029.4 W8LV CW 14 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:53
RBN DX de N6WIN-#: 7029.3 W8LV CW 8 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:53
RBN DX de WB6BEE-#: 7029.3 W8LV CW 9 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:53
RBN DX de N0TA-#: 7029.3 W8LV CW 6 dB 11 WPM CQ 0935Z 2018-04-03 09:35:52
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7138.0 W8LV CW 29 dB 11 WPM CQ 0513Z 2015-06-03 05:13:53
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 12 WPM CQ 0455Z 2015-06-03 04:55:02
RBN DX de NN3RP-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 11 WPM CQ 0454Z 2015-06-03 04:55:00
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 11 WPM CQ 0454Z 2015-06-03 04:54:59
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 11 WPM CQ 0454Z 2015-06-03 04:54:57
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 10 dB 11 WPM CQ 0454Z 2015-06-03 04:54:51
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 12 WPM CQ 0454Z 2015-06-03 04:54:51
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 12 WPM CQ 0452Z 2015-06-03 04:52:11
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7138.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 12 WPM CQ 0449Z 2015-06-03 04:49:52
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 28 dB 11 WPM CQ 2152Z 2015-04-23 21:53:00
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 11 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:55
RBN DX de N4ZR-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 12 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:55
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 11 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:53
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 7 dB 11 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:48
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 11 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:05
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 18 dB 11 WPM CQ 2151Z 2015-04-23 21:51:01
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 11 WPM CQ 2150Z 2015-04-23 21:50:55
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 11 WPM CQ 2150Z 2015-04-23 21:50:53
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 11 WPM CQ 2150Z 2015-04-23 21:50:48
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 11 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:52
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 5 dB 12 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:43
RBN DX de W8WTS-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 9 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:22
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:20
RBN DX de KQ8M-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 5 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:20
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 12 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:16
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 16 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:15
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:13
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 13 WPM CQ 2149Z 2015-04-23 21:49:08
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 21040.10 W8LV CW 16 dB 11 WPM CQ 2144Z 2015-04-23 21:44:37
RBN DX de WA7LNW-#: 21040.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 10 WPM CQ 2144Z 2015-04-23 21:44:34
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 21 dB 9 WPM CQ 2140Z 2015-04-23 21:40:33
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 12 dB 11 WPM CQ 2140Z 2015-04-23 21:40:26
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 10 WPM CQ 2140Z 2015-04-23 21:40:20
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 23 dB 10 WPM CQ 2140Z 2015-04-23 21:40:20
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:53
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 26 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:51
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:47
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 2 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:46
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 21 dB 12 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:45
RBN DX de N4ZR-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:43
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 4 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:42
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7045.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 11 WPM CQ 1723Z 2015-04-23 17:23:40
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 3 dB 12 WPM CQ 1722Z 2015-04-23 17:22:33
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7035.0 W8LV CW 22 dB 10 WPM CQ 1721Z 2015-04-23 17:21:10
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 18 dB 12 WPM CQ 1719Z 2015-04-23 17:19:50
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 32 dB 12 WPM CQ 0931Z 2015-04-23 09:31:25
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 23 dB 11 WPM CQ 0930Z 2015-04-23 09:30:33
RBN DX de W1NT-#: 7040.1 W8LV CW 7 dB 10 WPM CQ 0928Z 2015-04-23 09:28:10
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 11 WPM CQ 0926Z 2015-04-23 09:26:21
RBN DX de NO1D-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 8 dB 11 WPM CQ 0925Z 2015-04-23 09:25:29
RBN DX de WA7LNW-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 11 dB 10 WPM CQ 0925Z 2015-04-23 09:25:27
RBN DX de NU6O-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 4 dB 10 WPM CQ 0925Z 2015-04-23 09:25:25
RBN DX de N7TR-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 10 WPM CQ 0925Z 2015-04-23 09:25:23
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 8 dB 10 WPM CQ 0923Z 2015-04-23 09:23:58
RBN DX de WA3OPY-#: 7040.1 W8LV CW 12 dB 10 WPM CQ 0923Z 2015-04-23 09:23:46
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 18 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:19
RBN DX de N2QT-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 19 dB 11 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:19
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 11 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:14
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 26 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:13
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 28 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:12
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 7010.00 W8LV CW 20 dB 11 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:09
RBN DX de NO1D-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 12 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:08
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 14 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:06
RBN DX de WA3OPY-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 15 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:05
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 28 dB 12 WPM CQ 0830Z 2015-04-23 08:30:02
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 12 WPM CQ 0829Z 2015-04-23 08:29:58
RBN DX de N7TR-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 9 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:33
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 23 dB 10 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:33
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 24 dB 10 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:31
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 10 dB 9 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:27
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 10 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:27
RBN DX de N8MSA-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 10 dB 10 WPM CQ 0505Z 2015-04-23 05:05:24
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 14 dB 13 WPM CQ 0504Z 2015-04-23 05:04:08
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 29 dB 11 WPM CQ 0502Z 2015-04-23 05:02:40
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 21 dB 11 WPM CQ 0501Z 2015-04-23 05:01:51
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 22 dB 10 WPM CQ 0456Z 2015-04-23 04:56:53
RBN DX de W0MU-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 11 WPM CQ 0456Z 2015-04-23 04:56:20
RBN DX de AC0C-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 24 dB 11 WPM CQ 0456Z 2015-04-23 04:56:19
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 10 WPM CQ 0456Z 2015-04-23 04:56:18
RBN DX de N8MSA-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 8 dB 12 WPM CQ 0453Z 2015-04-23 04:53:24
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 15 dB 13 WPM CQ 0449Z 2015-04-23 04:49:58
RBN DX de K2NNY-#: 7040.0 W8LV CW 8 dB 12 WPM CQ 0449Z 2015-04-23 04:49:26
RBN DX de WA3OPY-#: 7040.1 W8LV CW 15 dB 12 WPM CQ 0449Z 2015-04-23 04:49:25
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7039.4 W8LV CW 16 dB 12 WPM CQ 0448Z 2015-04-23 04:48:33
RBN DX de WA3OPY-#: 7010.1 W8LV CW 11 dB 10 WPM CQ 0915Z 2015-04-18 09:15:30
RBN DX de N6TV-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 9 dB 12 WPM CQ 0915Z 2015-04-18 09:15:23
RBN DX de VE6AO-#: 7010.00 W8LV CW 16 dB 11 WPM CQ 0915Z 2015-04-18 09:15:15
RBN DX de NO1D-#: 7010.0 W8LV CW 12 dB 12 WPM CQ 0915Z 2015-04-18 09:15:11
RBN DX de N6TV-#: 7030.0 W8LV/QRP CW 8 dB 13 WPM CQ 0843Z 2015-04-18 08:43:23
RBN DX de N7TR-#: 7122.0 W8LV CW 17 dB 12 WPM CQ 0149Z 2014-04-13 01:49:53
RBN DX de W1NT-#: 7030.1 W8LV/QRP CW 15 dB 12 WPM CQ 0147Z 2014-04-13 01:47:51
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7034.0 W8LV CW 16 dB 8 WPM CQ 2305Z 2014-04-12 23:05:42
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7034.0 W8LV CW 13 dB 9 WPM CQ 2305Z 2014-04-12 23:05:38
RBN DX de W4KAZ-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 20 dB 14 WPM CQ 2358Z 2014-04-08 23:58:01
RBN DX de WB2LSI-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 10 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:58
RBN DX de K1TTT-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 20 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:58
RBN DX de N4ZR-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 24 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:58
RBN DX de W8WTS-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 21 dB 13 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:57
RBN DX de AA4VV-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 18 dB 13 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:55
RBN DX de W8WWV-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 27 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:55
RBN DX de W4KKN-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 28 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:55
RBN DX de W3OA-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 16 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:55
RBN DX de KM3T-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 26 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:54
RBN DX de WZ7I-#: 7030.0 W8LV CW 20 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:54
RBN DX de WE9V-#: 7030.1 W8LV CW 23 dB 14 WPM CQ 2357Z 2014-04-08 23:57:53