Here on the waterfall display you see the QRM on 30 meter at daytime. The QRM levels are up to S7-S8. It's not possible to make a QSO at daytime. Only with WSPR with a small bandwidth of 6 Hz is it possible. And by the way, soon there will come a WSPR QSO mode, so it will be possible to make a small basic QSO with WSPR. That would be really nice. [Read the WSPR introduction] But back to the 30 meter QRM, does anyone know where the QRM comes from? If you know let me know.
For a 1 hour I took part of the YO contest, always nice to know what I can work. I think when there is a contest going on ham operators listen better. ;-)
On 20 meter SSB: YR1C - UT3N - RA3CM
On 20 meter CW: UT3RN - YR9F - OH5Z - RZ3AZ - UP4L (Kazakhstan 3841 km)