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Call Sign : 26-CT-4694 Posts : 68 Times Thanked : 4 Join date : 2022-11-13 QTH or Location : Dorchester UK Equipment Used : CRT SS6900N, CRT SS9900 Sigma 2011 Skip Master 5/8 wave poked through loft hatch. Age : 56
Subject: Cold feet in more ways than one. Mon Dec 05, 2022 7:36 am
After messing around with my Sigma 2011 Skip Master 5/8 poked up through my loft hatch, have found out it is a fair bit better than the draped SSD12+. Had a fair few European stations coming through Italy, France, and Romania. The Romanian's English was better than some natives that I know, he was taking to mostly English based users, and I was thinking of joining in but didn't want to interrupt any conversations, basically got cold feet.
Since using the Sigma, I have noticed a fair drop in temperature in my flat, it was really noticeable last night, so jammed an old quilt in the gaps between loft hatch and antenna. Cold feet cured, just need to get on with some chin waggin on the airwaves.