Click below for a download of the complete .pdf summary matrix report.
Our recent 2-Meter Simplex test held February 22-24 involved over 25 Mid-Hudson Region Amateur Radio Operators with 21 Hams transmitting, listening and reporting results.
The downloadable .pdf matrix shows the reports and results submitted so far.
Additional reports, corrections and observations are welcome.
Joe AD2AH organized the matrix and researched the latitude, longitude and elevation data which can help those who participated analyze the impact of of those variables on the results. Thanks Joe!
Suggestions for future tests and test protocols and will be discussed here and on the morning ‘8:35 on the 805’ QSO.
Simply use the ‘Comment’ section below to submit and we will publish updated versions as required.
Lots of learning and fun – a good time was had by all!
Using the matrix:
1. To see who can hear your transmissions find your Call Sign Row in the Transmitting Column on the far-left side of the matrix. Then look to the right along your row to see who reported hearing you [H] or making contact [C]
2. You can use your ‘Listening Column to see which stations you reported as hearing [H} or contacting you [C]. (Please report any corrections in the ‘Comment’ to this Forum Post)
The letter 'C' indicates 'Contact'
The letter 'H' indicates 'Heard'
The letter 'R' indicates station 'Heard' 'listening on the reverse' to 146.205 on the '805' repeater. [NH indicates 'Nothing Heard']
The 'number' indicates signal strength if provided by listening station.
Stations appear on this matrix from top to bottom on the ‘Transmitting’ column and from left to right on the ‘Listening’ row in order of decreasing Latitude from Tannersville, NY to Tuxedo NY.