This took a bit of work finding his pattern. He was on 20m CW on 14.016 moving around in a somewhat predictable pattern. Being a solo operation at 200 watts with not the biggest antennas - this was really a lot of work. Hearing him answer clearly with my call was well worth the work
JA0JHQ/VK9C has gone QRT as of today 9/27/2015. The information below is from his blog:
Sep/20 21MhzCW=519 , 21MhzSSB=1 ,18MhzCW=1 : Condition was "FAIR !"
Sep/21 21MhzCW=418 ,14MhzCW=82 , 21MhzSSB=1, 14MhzSSB=2
Sep/22 18MhzCW=325, 14MhzSSB=5 , 14MhzCW=3 ,10MhzCW=1
Sep/23 14MhzCW=93 , 14MhzSSB=2
18MHZCW=278 : Condition was not good for 18Mhz before noon
Sep/24 10MhzCW=1 india ! 18MhzCW=1
24MhzCW=119 , 21MhzCW=159 14MhzCW=164
SN=98 : Condition was good for high bands !
Sep/26 24MhzCW=2 ,28MhzCW=1
I am glad to be one of the 281 20m QSO's on the 25th. 55% of the QSO's were to JA stations.