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Watching the sun; propagation on HF

“high levels of solar activity/sunspots, coupled with quiet geomagnetic conditions, can make the bands come alive” G0KYA says at Southgate ARC news. That was Sunday and Monday. Monday evening, a coronal mass ejection (CME; wikipedia) rather cleaned things out such as to make you wonder if the antenna was a dummy load.

There is a link to VE3EN’s website. The RSS feed there got a ‘page not found’ error but the website is a quite busy (graphics wise) web page that looks to have a lot of information about solar matters pertinent to Amateur Radio operations. It will take a while to get up to speed on what he presents to make sense of it all, I think.

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