the sister nets - World
Radio Network and World Friendship Net
by the Western Reflector and IRLP
THIS PAGE HAS
INFORMATION ABOUT SATELLITE AND HF PROPAGATION
Provided by Peri AA7WB
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Reports are no longer posted. Past
reports are available. If you want one send me an email (kg7ka at
yahoo.com) and I can mail it to you.
Peri AA7WB is net controller on Saturday morning called "Stump
the net controller"
He invites anyone to ask any question on any subject except current
He does not use any cheating like Google but draws from his extensive
background of personal knowledge.
Peri is also very interested in Satellite and HF propagation. He hosts
a 10 miute section on other nets with current information about these
Currently these reports are on Monday and Thursday evening WFN nets
at 50 minutes into the net but may vary as his schedule varies.
to Peri, we have an example below of how a banner displays when you
copy and paste the code from N0NBH's web page. This is only one of
are some links recommended by Peri:
current conditions check out DXMaps.com
NOAA solar dashboard can be found here
information on Solar Terrestrial data check out
this web site for N0NBH Check out his QRZ site to see how a banner
looks when placed on your page.
a sheet on instructions to add the baner to your web site right
click here for a PDF file. Then choose Save Target as, select
a place to save it and finish.
If you prefer a DOC file right
click this one.
is what one banner looks like taken from N0NBH's web site (HF & VHF
Band Condition Calculations Large Vertical Selectable 304A EME Deg
Selectable MUF Black Only No Transparent)
has some good info as well.
you are interested in HF DX (long distance communication) check
recommends the Space Weather Woman for reports of solar activity.
She has videos on Youtube. Click
here to see the 12/14/17 one.
you can follow her on Facebook Here.
ARRL page for solar status.
Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation,
or AMSAT, is a worldwide group of Amateur Radio Operators (Hams).
It was formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational
about Meteor scatter communications Here
Auroral Propagation for Ham Radio Here
Sporadic E, Es Propagation Here
EME propagation Here