> >If you are going to add a separate 2 element 40 you might also
>consider a >Mosley PRO-67B.
> But only if you're satisfied with a f/b ratio of 5 dB on 20.
> Scott K9MA
Was talking to Mosley yesterday while ordering hardware for a Field Day
TA-33....and they now have a PRO-67C... 3 elm on 40! My 67B has more than
5db F/B...tho not as much as I would like. Its still a nice single feed ant
for 40 thru 10 with gain on all bands.
Niceville, FL (aka Baja Alabama)
>From firstname.lastname@example.org (Derek Wills) Wed Jun 14 04:14:27 1995
From: email@example.com (Derek Wills) (Derek Wills)
Subject: Canada - Special Prefixes - Jul-Sep
>>From 0000 UTC 8 July 1995 though 2359 UTC 8 September
>>1995, Canadian Amateurs may use special prefixes as follows:
I dunno why the Canajuns call these special prefixes, the rarest prefix
from there these days is VE.
I say keep the X... prefixes for the rare Far East stuff, I'm worn
out from the adrenaline boosts when I hear a weak X-something at sunrise
and it's just a Canajun or Mexican. Even the Chileans got in on the
(although I suppose it might be useful in the WPX contest <- I said it!)
Derek AA5BT, G3NMX
>From Takao KUMAGAI <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed Jun 14 04:54:13 1995
From: Takao KUMAGAI <email@example.com> (Takao KUMAGAI)
Subject: [digest 5872] RUFZ CONTEST CW TRAINER
CT1BOH: Wonder if anyone can help where I can FTP download the
CT1BOH: RUFZ CW Contest Trainer?
I got a FAX message from the author of the "RUFZ" and
asking to have the current version of RUFZ. When I get
it, I'll set it on my info-server.
One guy offered me to set it on his anonymous ftp server.
QRX for the further announce.
Tack Kumagai JE1CKA/KH0AM
>From firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony and Celia Becker) Wed Jun 14 03:09:40 1995
From: email@example.com (Tony and Celia Becker) (Tony and Celia Becker)
Subject: W5YI Report
Could someone enlighten me with the mail or email address for the W5YI
AE0M, Tony Becker - firstname.lastname@example.org - Silicon Valley, U.S.A.