BA6QH - QRP 2.5 watts (Video)

18. 12. 03

In October 28th,I came to the park on the edge of the Yangtze River and erected a 5/8 wavelength vertical antenna.´╝łThe Yangtze River is the third largest river in the world). Fortunately, QRP and VP6D are connected successfully. Later I found that the actual output power was only 2.5 watts. Thanks to HA0NAR Laci's patience,

Interestingly, there was a group of tourists who didn't understand amateur radio activities.I think it was also a good propaganda.

I had a very pleasant experience. I recorded a video of this QSO: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LQ1g0OrGVg&t=54s

Thank you for your great expedition
73  BA6QH/Ruan

VP6D and a Coat hanger?

18. 11. 25

Mike KJ4Z posted this picture of a friend's antenna used to work VP6D.

Note the plastic coat hanger insulator.

KJ4Z pix

QRP and VP6D

18. 11. 25

Chris AA8CH worked VP6D from his patio overlooking Lake Michigan:

VP6D Team:

Good job on the expedition, looks like it was a lot of fun!
Here's a picture of my working conditions.

- FT817ND
- 5 watts
- MFJ-1899T

I suppose my real RST would be something like 229 or 339 but K3EL hears incredibly well and kindly gave me a 599. A couple minutes later it was all packed away on a shelf in our condo here, just in time to read the message on DXA saying I had made a QSO.
Neat system, thanks!

AA8CH small

VP6D Log Merge and Audit Complete

18. 11. 13

We have completed the merge and audit of all the VP6D logs. As you probably know, we experienced some challenges when N1MM and WSJT didn't play well with each other.

Read More: VP6D Log Merge and Audit Complete

FT-8 & DXA

18. 10. 23

A slight glitch with software speaking to each other.

There is an issue with FT-8 & DXA meshing the QSOs as they are logged. There are no lost FT-8 QSO's that we can determine. We are successfully uploading ALL QSO's to our logserch application. Check for your QSO via our logsearch, be mindful of the last upload time that is clearly visible: www.vp6d.com/index.php/logsearch-oqrs 

Press Release #11

18. 10. 11

After 18 months of intensive planning we will soon begin our long journey to Ducie Island. This is a team effort and you are part of the team. Please help us to work you by reviewing this important information. 

Read More: Press Release #11
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