First UK 288 GHz CW contact
Video of the first UK two-way CW contact at 288 GHz which took place at Higham in Kent on August 2, 2019, between Roger Ray G8CUB/P and Chris Whitmarsh G0FDZ/P
The contact was over a distance of 175 metres in grid locator JO01FK60.
The clip begins with an earlier attempt on the same day over a longer distance of 1.2 km which resulted in a 589 signal being received one way from JO01FK60UC to JO01FK62JR.
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