W0EQO returns to service

Remote Base station W0EQO has returned to full service after two weeks of intermittent operation that was traced to a faulty internet router.  Our thanks to Bill Jones, N0CIC, for troubleshooting the problem and returning the station to service.

HF Band Conditions Improve

The Easter weekend solar disruptions on the HF bands were deep, affecting all of the HF bands.  This was one of those times when conditions were so awful that we heard that some ops were checking their radios and antennas, assuming something was broken!  Thankfully, HF conditions are now on the mend.  Remember to check the HF condition reports before assuming there is something wrong with the Remote base stations or your own HF station.

73 – Pat



W0EQO Off Line

Screenshot: W0EQO off line
Screenshot: W0EQO off line

Our remote base station W0EQO is off line following a failed Windows update session on Monday, 14 April 2014.  We are aware of the problem and are working to find a fix.  In the meantime, please use W0ZSW.