First ROS QSO on 6 meters (50295 Mhz)

QSO Gibraltar-France (1350 km) on 50295 using ROS8/2250

Congratulations to Jimmy ZB2BL and Pierre F5BQV (Al final lo conseguiste, Jimmy:-) )

RX at Gibraltar:

TX8: 11:50 CQ CQ CQ de ZB2BL <CANCEL>
TX8:
11:50 CQ CQ CQ de ZB2BL ZB2BL ZB2BL pse k <STOP>
RX8: 11:51 @ -78.1 Hz: ZB2BL ZB2BL ZB2BL de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV kn <STOP> -13 dB
TX8: 11:52 F5BQV de ZB2BL THANKS FOR THE CALL – My name is Jimmy, my QTH is Gibraltar, Locator: IM76hd – S/N: -13 dB, Marge: +13 dB F5BQV de ZB2BL PSE KN <STOP>
RX8: 11:53 @ -74.2 Hz: ZB2BL de F5BQV 73 Jimmy tnx My name is Pierre, my QTH is Muzillac (on the Atlantic coast), Locator: IN87SN S/N: -5 dB, Marge: +21 dB ZB2BL de F5BQV <STOP> -11 dB
TX8: 11:55 F5BQV de ZB2BL – VERY GOOD COPY – FIRST EVER QSO BETWEEN GIBRALTAR AND FRANCE ON 6 METRE ROS AND FIRST QSO FROM GIBRALTAR ON RON ON 6 METRES, REALLY GLAD TO HAVE WORKED YOU PIERRE – RIG IS AN ICOM IC551D AND A 5 ELEMENT YAGI – QSL WILL GO DIRECT, PSE QSL DIRECT. F5BQV de ZB2BL SK <STOP>
RX8: 11:57 @ -74.2 Hz: ZB2BL de F5BQV ok Jimmy is same thing for me Station: ROS v3.7.0 Beta, Yaesu Ft-817 antenne 4 el Email: <f5bqv@sfr.fr> tnx fer QSO, 73. ZB2BL de F5BQV sk <STOP> -19 dB
TX8: 11:59 F5BQV de ZB2BL – OK Pierre – thanks very much for the QSO – really GREAT – Email: <Jimmy.ZB2BL@gmail.com> – my bbest 73 Pierre and hope to cu many more times. Have a nice day. Thanks for the ROS QSO on 6 Metres F5BQV de ZB2BL ar sk <STOP>
RX8: 12:01 @ -74.2 Hz: ZB2BL de F5BQV bye Jimmy have a good day also skSu: -10 dB, Marge: +16 dB <STOP> -15 dB
TX8: 12:02 F5BQV de ZB2BL – 73 Pierre – S/N: -19 dB, Marge: +7 dB – 73 <STOP>

First Email Report on 6 meters:

> From: f5bqv@sfr.fr
> To: Jimmy.ZB2BL@gmail.com
> Subject: F5BQV has received your Radio Message
> Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 14:11:15 +0200
>
> ********** Please don’t reply to this email ********************
>
> F5BQV has received your Radio Message sent at: 12:11 UTC
>
> F5BQV’s RX Screen:
> ‘
>
> TX8: 11:43 CQ CQ CQ de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV pse k <STOP>
> TX8: 11:46 CQ CQ CQ de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV pse k Email: <f5bqv@sfr.fr> <f5bqv@sfr.fr> <STOP>
> TX8: 11:47 CQ CQ CQ de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV pse k Email: <f5bqv@sfr.fr> <f5bqv@sfr.fr> <STOP>
> RX8: 11:51 @ 78,1 Hz: CQ CQ CQ de ZB2BL ZB2BL ZB2BL pse k <STOP> -7 dB
> TX8: 11:51 ZB2BL ZB2BL ZB2BL de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV kn <STOP>
> RX8: 11:52 @ 78,1 Hz: F5BQV de ZB2BL THANKS FOR THE CALL – My name is Jimmy, my QTH is Gibraltar, Locator: IM76hd – S/N: -13 dB, Marge: +13 dB F5BQV de ZB2BL PSE KN <STOP> -5 dB
> TX8: 11:53 ZB2BL de F5BQV 73 Jimmy tnx My name is Pierre, my QTH is Muzillac (on the Atlantic coast), Locator: IN87SN S/N: -5 dB, Marge: +21 dB ZB2BL de F5BQV <STOP>
> RX8: 11:55 @ 74,2 Hz: F5BQV de ZB2BL – VERY GOOD COPY – FIRST EVER QSO BETWEEN GIBRALTAR AND FRANCE ON 6 METRE ROS AND FIRST QSO FROM GIBRALTAR ON RON ON 6 METRES, REAqo8AD TO iVE WORKED YOUöIERRE – RIG IS AN ICOM ICT ìwrbq~t6 5 EºcMXzTtNAG0 – Q >©aLx dutDindi <CANCEL> -7 dB
> TX8: 11:57 ZB2BL de F5BQV ok Jimmy is same thing for me Station: ROS v3.7.0 Beta, Yaesu Ft-817 antenne 4 el Email: <f5bqv@sfr.fr> tnx fer QSO, 73. ZB2BL de F5BQV sk <STOP>
> RX8: 11:59 @ 74,2 Hz: F5BQV de ZB2BL – OK Pierre – thanks very much for the QSO – really GREAT – Email: <Jimmy.ZB2BL@gmail.com> – my bbest 73 Pierre and hope to cu many more times. Have a nice day. Thanks for the ROS QSO on 6 Metres F5BQV de ZB2BL ar sk <STOP> -10 dB
> TX8: 12:01 ZB2BL de F5BQV bye Jimmy have a good day also skS/N: -10 dB, Marge: +16 dB <STOP>
> RX8: 12:03 @ 74,2 Hz: F5BQV de ZB2BL – 73 Pierre – S/N: -19 dB, Marge: +7 dB – 73 <STOP> -10 dB
> TX8: 12:05 CQ CQ CQ de F5BQV F5BQV F5BQV pse k <STOP>
> RX8: 12:08 @ 74,2 Hz: CQ de ZB2BL – <Jimmy.ZB2BL@gmail.com> – PSE K <STOP> -12 dB
> RX8: 12:10 @ 74,2 Hz: CQ de ZB2BL – <Jimmy.ZB2BL@gmail.com> – PSE K <STOP> -21 dB’
>
> Operator Info:
> Callsign: F5BQV
> Name: Pierre
> E-mail: f5bqv@sfr.fr
> QTH: Muzillac (on the Atlantic coast)
> Locator: IN87SN
> Station: Yaesu Ft-817 antenne 4 el
> ROS Version: ROS v3.7.0 Beta
>
> Signal Info:
> Frequency: Not avaiable
> Channel: HF
> Symbol Rate: 8 Bauds
> BW: 2250 Hz
> Frame Acquisition: 21/21
> Final Acquisition: 14/16
> Frequency Shift: 74,2 Hz
> Symbol Error detected by Viterbi: 8%
> S/N (2500 Hz): -21 dB, Fade Marge: +5 dB
> Beacon: OFF
> Vumeter Level: -12 dB
> CPU Usage: 22 %
>
> ¡Congratulations for the QSO!
>

 

 

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