[OhQP-mail] 160 Meters in Ohio QSO Party?
n8tfd at fuse.net
Tue Apr 14 16:34:19 CDT 2020
Please include! If 160 is mostly unusable we are all at the same
competitive disadvantage. If we're deferring to mobile stations...i
think I have 40+ states confirmed from there...granted most of them are
in winter, but not all of them! Expanding the tent (6 meters, digital?)
makes the event more appealing, not less so!
On 4/14/2020 5:20 PM, jimk8mr--- via OhQP-mail wrote:
> The Ohio QSO Party committee is considering whether to add 160 meters
> to the existing 80-10 meters operation in the OhQP. The question
> arises whether given low sunspot activity and difficult propagation on
> the higher bands, if adding 160 might give a pool of new QSOs and
> activity? Or would it spread activity, disadvantage smaller stations,
> or make things more difficult for people further from Ohio?
> This will not be decided by a majority vote, but rather the committee
> is looking to find out if people have a preference, or perhaps just
> don't care either way. Opinions from outside Ohio are very welcome as
> well, as we try to make the event attractive for everybody, including
> all those from outside Ohio who we work in OhQP.
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> Whatever might happen, we hope you'll join us for the 2020 Ohio QSO
> Party on Saturday, August 22 !
> 73 - Jim K8MR
> Ohio QSO Party Chairman
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