SKIP was coined from the CBers, short for E skip, where the signal bounces off the high atmosphere and comes back to earth some 600 to 1400 miles away. This propagation mode works on HF and up to about 150mhz, although the higher in frequency you go, the rarer it is. There are times of the year when it's more prevalent ... usually in spring and early summer. The foot print of the distant stations you can hear/see/talk to can be really small, perhaps only 100 miles across at times.cnmsales said:Could someone please define to me what this is.
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