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I did my first DX on 10m .. yes.. believe it or not.

How do you feel when the first time you work on DX? A bit excited, a bit nervous and the mix for sure. I've worked on one DX station on 40m before using a special callsign during a field day, but today is my first time I tried to work on DX. Luckily, one DX station (HS0ZIQ) coming on the air at 28.490Mhz and nervously I announced my callsign. What with 25W on "dummy load" could reach I thought. And hey, I was wrong .. John from Phuket Island answered me.. So, the CP-6 is not a "dummy load" after all .. Thanks John .. you surely make my day today!


Rizal 9W2RZL said…
Well Done Abg Hamid, hope can get more DX station on 10m band. Try to be monitoring he condition of propagation to get he achivemnet. Sayonara 73
9W2TPT said…
Zal, amacam kalau kita main 6m lak?? :) Kau punye yagi x pernah nak hala kat tempat aku .. so .. sayup je aku dgr.. grrrrrrrr....
Rizal 9W2RZL said…
Kekekeke 6m band insyaalah tu tgh tunggu antenna sampai pastu pasang. Nanti kita cuba try test.

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