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Subject: PSUs fer DXpeds.
From: paul@paccomm.com (paul@paccomm.com)
Date: Fri Jun 2 08:38:46 1995
Saw W9NQ's request for a small PSU to take to DX locations, etc.
Been looking for one for ages too. I did see a Daiwa one new to
the market (think it's in latest CQ?). Looks like it will fit the
bill nicely.   No price, but does 90-260VAC and 48-65Hz....NICE!
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>From Bob Patten <z002816b@bcfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us>  Fri Jun  2 12:58:27 1995
From: Bob Patten <z002816b@bcfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us> (Bob Patten)
Subject: N4BP, Single OP/All Band/High Power
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9506020717.D27677-0100000@bcfreenet>

I had intended to go single band on 15M, but gave up that idea by 
mid-morning on Saturday...

917 QSO's   1555 Points   X   433 Mults   =   673,315 Points

TS-430S, AL-155, TH7-DXX @ 35ft, 40/80 Inverted Vee @ 35ft.

Much RF in the shack on the high bands when beam was on Europe (driven 
element directly over shack 35 feet up).

Bob Patten

>From wfeidt@cpcug.org (Bill Feidt)  Fri Jun  2 13:17:12 1995
From: wfeidt@cpcug.org (Bill Feidt) (Bill Feidt)
Subject: Contest rules and info.
Message-ID: <199506021217.IAA25860@cpcug.org>

Following up on the discussion concerning accurate information
about contests, I'm trying to develop an archive of such data
on my WWW home page:


The contest info section is at:


or follow the link from the main page.

What I have is pretty austere for the moment; mostly what I've
been able to pick up on the 'Net.  However, I'd like to build
on this.  If anyone has official rules or other details concerning
contests please send them to me at:


Within the limits of my disk allocation, I'll HTML'ize the info
and put it up on my page.  If you have contest information that I
could link to, I'd appreciate having the URL for that as well.

If you have comments or suggestions concerning format, etc., please
send that along as well.

Thanks for the assist.

73 es DX


>From Ronald D. Rossi" <rrossi@VNET.IBM.COM  Fri Jun  2 13:46:16 1995
From: Ronald D. Rossi" <rrossi@VNET.IBM.COM (Ronald D. Rossi)
Subject: Contest rules & RE: AB6FO Results, etc...

Ref:  Note from junger AT mtn.er.usgs.gov (attached)

I find that the dates for CW vs Phone portions of contests are
most prone to error.  The upcoming TOEC contest is one.  I should
check first, but I remember the NAQP getting goofed too (both
weekends listed as CW).  Some proof reading would go a long way.

73 de N1PBT...Ron  (rrossi@vnet.ibm.com)

> (stuff deleted)
>I have noticed that the rules of non-ARRL contests that are printed in
>QST are sometimes less than complete and can be misleading.  I made it
>a point to get the CQWPX rules (via FAX, thanks!) right before this
>last contest and am glad that I did.  I don't want to start a
>conspiracy theory, but I would think that complete rules should be given
>in QST for ALL major contests, ARRL-sponsored or not.
>73 - John, W3GOI

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