The following station will be working the VHF Contest this weekend:
N5VVB EL49 50.125 144.2 432.1
W5GAD El49 50.125 ( Maybe on 144.2 )
WA5UUD EL49 50.125
>From email@example.com (Warren Walsh) Fri Jun 9 21:52:42 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Warren Walsh) (Warren Walsh)
Subject: VHF contest
Look for the WD3R / N2WM M/M crew this weekend from FN21 will be on
6, 2, 222, 432, 902, 1296, and 2304.
skeds to me before tomorrow morning at email@example.com
Good luck to all
Warren - N2BCC
>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.ClemsonSC.ATTGIS.COM Fri Jun 9
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.ClemsonSC.ATTGIS.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Subject: VHF Contest Grid-pedition --- FM26
I haven't seen this posted, and meant to do it earlier in the week.
AA4R, K4MQG and WA4VCC will be operating from FM26 for the
VHF contest (the C word)...I thought they were going to be setup
beforehand but we haven't heard anything here. As this is only one
of the three USA grids that W5FF needs to have ALL the USA grids
on 6 meters, I doubt that many of us have this one on 6 (I know I
don't.) I believe the contest (C word again) call will be AA4R, and
he (Bill / AA4R) will handle the QSL chores. The weekend after the
VHF contest (the C word), I will also be there for a week and unless
the XYL finds out beforehand I'll be taking my TS690 and antennas
for 20 and 6 meters (forgiveness is easier to get than permission:
Skelton's Law of Amateur Radio on FAmily Vacations).
Good luck to all in the VHF Contest (see, I used the C word again).
73, Tom Skelton WB4iUX
Author of "The Amateur's Guide to Feigning Remorse While
Requesting Forgiveness after Dodging Permission"
Other titles by Tom Skelton:
"How to Use Other People's Property for Guy Wires"
"Intimacy in the Shack -- A Beginner's Guide"
"Avoid the Sprint Contest and Avoid Embarrassment!"
>From De Syam <syam@Glue.umd.edu> Sat Jun 10 02:56:02 1995
From: De Syam <syam@Glue.umd.edu> (De Syam)
Subject: WWSA CW Contest 10/11 June
Just a reminder that the WWSA Contest is on this weekend. I have
received rules/summary sheet from the organizers, and there IS A CHANGE
IN THE EXCHANGE THIS YEAR. NO LONGER IS IT RST + SERIAL NUMBERS. The
new exchange is RST + CONTINENT. (AF, AS, EU, NA, OC, SA). So a US
Contestant would send 599NA to everybody.
Here is a brief recap of the rules:
Exchange: RST + Continent
Time: 10 June/1200 GMT to 11 June/1800 GMT
Points: 10 points for each South American QSO
2 points for every other QSO (including your own country)
Multipliers: Double multipliers for each South American prefix
No other multiplier credits
Work each station once per band
Multipliers count again on each band.
Categories: SO/MB or SO/SB. SO/MB/QRP (10 watts input max). MULTI/SINGLE.
Logs to: WWSA Contest Committee, P. O. Box 282, 20001-970 Rio de Janeiro,
RJ, Brasil, to be received before 30 October 1995
Fred Laun, K3ZO
>From Robert Penneys <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat Jun 10 03:47:41 1995
From: Robert Penneys <email@example.com> (Robert Penneys)
Subject: IC-775DSP out
The first of the ICOM 775DSPs is now in the hands of FRCers, and we are
looking forward to the verdict........
Bob Penneys, WN3K Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frankford Radio Club N.E.R.D.S. (club call KB3BIJ for now)
Work: Ham Radio Outlet, Delaware