G7RAU - HOME
First a little about myself. My name is Dave Edwards and I live in Whippingham on The Isle of Wight (IO90IR87). I was born in 1967 and in 1971 became interested in radio as a very young swl , probably influenced in my fathers interest in radio. I was licenced in 1991 and started on 2m and that's when the bug bit! I'm also qrv on 6m but only qrp, very hard work in the pileups hi. I am sometimes qrv on 20m cw and ssb, nice to have a ragchew and it also helps to sharpen up the cw :-).
My interests on 2m now are mainly weak or 'unusual' propagation modes, so if anyone wants to try a tropo, ms (slow cw or ssb) or ionoscatter test then please send me an
My achievements on 2m are not fantastic but I have learned an awful lot about propagation on VHF and had a lot of fun in the process!
to see maps of squares worked.
Below are some links for spot data collected as a spin-off of collecting sporadic e MUF data from the cluster. Login is required due to site overload,
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Last 25 cluster spots on 50MHz
Last 25 cluster spots on 144MHz
Last 25 cluster spots on 432MHz
Last 25 cluster spots on VHF
Last 25 cluster spots on 50MHz and up
NEW HOME OF LIVE MUF
If you want to find out more about the project / applications for calculating sporadic e from dxc spots then please follow the links below.
Livemuf downloadable application.
web based live muf application.
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Display VHF es spots on your Google maps application using the data stored here from Live MUF V7.
Display 12m+ es spots on your Google maps application using the data stored here from Live MUF V7.
Please don't hesitate to
me if you have any questions regarding this site.
PRESENTATION AT WYBOSTON LAKES (10th October 2009)*****
Tools for assisting operation during Auroras
PRESENTATION AT HORWOOD HOUSE (14th October 2012)*****
Predicting Sporadic-E using Live MuF
PRESENTATION AT KENT HILLS (10th October 2015)*****
Ryan Stephens who sadly passed away 27th January 2009
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