이번 토/일요일 145메가에서 6K0FM/p 코리아 사정상교신크럽 호출 드를 수있읍니다:
1박2일 6K5ZLH OM님과 함게 같이 충남 보령시 옥마산 부터 백월산까지 산들 5개 운용 합니다!
그럼, OM님들: 우리랑 교신 6번 하면 (산마다, 성주산 토요일과 일요일 9시후에) 12점까지 받을수 있음니다!
145.000 잘듣고 (스퀠치 좀 열으세요) 우리는 모두가 QRP로 합니다 (그렇지만 좋은 5단GP랑 신호 잘나와요)
내일 모래 교신 합시다! 지금까지 이번주말에 체이서 점수가 20점벌써 받을수 있어요!
While there’s not normally much SOTA activity in area 3, this weekend I should be out for two days/one night activating five mountains with 6K5ZLH, calling CQ on 2 meters under the guise of 6K0FM/p. It will be entirely a QRP operation (I’m not going to carry an FT-857 or 12AH SLAB to go with it for two days 😉 so not sure how far the signal will go (though I have hit Jeju from Jeonju with just 5 watts and 5-seg collinnear, so we could be lucky).
The plan is to go south to north on the ridge line just east of Boryeong (Daecheon Beach) starting at Okmasan, then a no-name (Wangjabong?), then the big one Seongjusan for overnight contacts, followed by Seongtaesan then Baekweolsan the morning/afternoon on Sunday. The whole deal appears to be around 12/13 miles, which in itself isn’t much, but like said above, we’ll be stopping at every of those peaks (those with 500′ (150m) prominence) to activate (make at least 4 QSOs). So, QRP VHF in Chungnam could see a bit of dilly-dallying…
Based on the geography, going over the “Pyeongtaek plain” our signal should easily reach into Gyeonggi and maybe into Seoul, as well as a southerly direction. Daejeon is blocked by Gyeryongsan, so I don’t know what results I’ll have from that angle.