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13,554.41 (HIFER) “MP”, London, ON. Operated by Mitch Powell, VE3OT. On air: June 8, 2001. This station was one participant in the first-ever HIFER QSO on June 15, the other end being Jonathan Jesse’s “JJ” (13,557.5 kHz) in Plymouth, MA. That distance is over 540 miles! Mode used was QRSS; a random number (3) chosen by Mitch, and callsigns were exchanged. Update 07/18/01: Both this station and “RY” (13,555.37, see below) were involved in a 12 wpm CW QSO with 100% copy according to Mitch.
13,555.3 (HIFER) “GL”, Austin, TX. Operated by KI5GL. Mode QRSS, 3-sec. dots. Operator will QSY higher and can operate higher CW speeds upon request. Power is 1.5 mW into a 1/2 wave Cushcraft R5 vertical mounted 20′ AGL. This station was heard in Maryland on Aug. 28 by W3NF; the distance is 1,295 miles.