Wednesday, December 11, 2019
4 ways to know when 28 MHz is open
No apologies for more on 28 MHz as the band's been open a lot lately. While sporadic-E mainly happens in the summer there is also a smaller burst in winter. So northern hemisphere folk can join in the fun.
This video gives some tips on how you can find out when the band is open to avoid missing out on the action.
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