10Mhz CW = 102 ( 1st day night )
18Mhz CW = 397 ( Last day )
21Mhz CW = 268 ( 1st day afternoon)
24Mhz CW = 272 ( 2nd day , last day morn. )
28Mhz CW = 217 ( 2nd day afternoon )
[RIG] TS-480HX ( My rig ) operation=180W
[Antenna] Single Delta Loop 18/21/24/28 Mhz
End feed (LW) 2.5mH 10 Mhz
[Comment] SSB signals were very week , so , I operated only in the CW Mode .
This time , there were so many signals beyond my skill , apologize my poor operation .
My operation in 17 meters (18.075MHZ) on the final day (1/Feb/2015) , I forgot to send my callsign for a long time . I was frantically operating to the stations , and was trying to pick up as many station as I could . But there were so many signals , and signals were allways as if 4 flutes were singing continuously . It was beyond my skill and I was tired . Sometimes , I could not decode CW signals to the language words easily .
Apologize my poor poor operation .
I will take care after this operation to anounce my callsign as many times as possiple , and try to search a good way not to use wide friquency area even in these case .
I stayed at the Chatham Hotel situated north (west) shore of the island .
There is a good port here for fishing .
Chatham is a windy island . And sometimes fog staying in the sky . At this time ,our fright could not start from Aukland . Next morning , we could !
Condition was good for CW , especially to EU .
I was so surprized to have such many calls . Thank you very much !
I am trying 160m CW and 6m FT8 .
I stayed at the lookout house .
Operated at 160m CW , 80m,40m,30m,20m,17m,15m,6m FT8
I could make QSO with ZL7DX on 6m !