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Subject: naqp: mini-result
From: Nd3f@aol.com (Nd3f@aol.com)
Date: Mon Aug 7 09:44:39 1995
9 hours of fun and extremely high noise
lots of guys wouldn't move with me: guess they didn't need rare MD
Icom 736, no cw filters, yet; 100w
KT34A @ 70', 1000' horizontal loop at 65'
couldn't find New England mults on any band!! Even NY was kinda
rare here this time.  Station in transition:  won't get it fixed up til
after Sept VHF test.  UHF test score (simultaneous contest) also
73 Brian

>From cook_a_r_j_andrew <cook_a_r_j_andrew@bt-web.bt.co.uk>  Mon Aug  7 
>14:23:13 1995
From: cook_a_r_j_andrew <cook_a_r_j_andrew@bt-web.bt.co.uk> (cook_a_r_j_andrew)
Subject: FT-1000 Front-End PIN Diodes

Hi All,

I asked this question of the reflectors a couple of months back but 
got no concrete answers. CQWW is now rapidly approaching so it's 
getting critical!

We have an FT1000 which had some of its front-end PIN diodes smoked. Getting 
the standard Japanese part is proving very difficult over here. The 
rig currently has BA379s in - we haven't had time to do a measurement 
of what effect that has on system performamce. 

Can anyone shed any light on alternative PINs for the front-end (with 
similar or better performance than the originals) which may be easier 
to obtain over here.


Andy Cook, G4PIQ.

>From alan@ES.COM (Alan Brubaker)  Mon Aug  7 14:30:34 1995
From: alan@ES.COM (Alan Brubaker) (Alan Brubaker)
Subject: NAQP CW
Message-ID: <199508071330.HAA24797@greely.corp.ES.COM>

K6XO  Single op, Single transmitter

400 QSOs 143 Mult  57,200   8 hours.

Alan, K6XO

Momma, don't let your babies grow up to be contesters...

>From Trey Garlough <GARLOUGH@TGV.COM>  Mon Aug  7 14:41:18 1995
From: Trey Garlough <GARLOUGH@TGV.COM> (Trey Garlough)
Subject: August CQ Magazine Cover
Message-ID: <807802878.763896.GARLOUGH@TGV.COM>

> I was carefully reviewing my August CQ to see how I fared in the 160
> contests (had to get that contest word in there), and was struck
> dumbfounded by the picture on the cover. If I see what I think I see,
> N0RR is perched on the side of a CRANK-UP TOWER!
> Now, around here, that is considered living very dangerously.
> Either I am grossly mistaken, or he is very bold indeed.

Reminds me of when K7JA staged a photo for the Sweepstakes results with
him operating the contest from a swimming pool, with hand-mic in hand
and radio sitting on the edge of the pool.  A zillion guys wrote the
ARRL complaining about the danger of electrocution, blah blah blah.

--Trey, WN4KKN/6

>From ke7gh@primenet.com (Brian Short)  Mon Aug  7 14:55:49 1995
From: ke7gh@primenet.com (Brian Short) (Brian Short)
Subject: Headphones?
Message-ID: <199508071356.GAA16991@mailhost.primenet.com>


You may reply direct, or not.  73 de Brian

ke7gh@primenet.com / ke7gh@amsat.org

>From hhoyt@k4pql.apex.nc.us (Howard Hoyt)  Mon Aug  7 15:45:13 1995
From: hhoyt@k4pql.apex.nc.us (Howard Hoyt) (Howard Hoyt)
Subject: K4PQL NAQP CW
Message-ID: <3P6F0c1w165w@k4pql.apex.nc.us>

                    NAQP K4PQL S/O CW  (10 hours)

    Callsign used = K4PQL

             Q       P      M

   160       27     27     17
    80       71     71     29
    40      149    149     39
    20      198    198     46
    15       84     84     34
    10       34     34     14

   All      563    563  X 179 = (100777)

Equipment Ts830s_____________________________________________________________

Antennas 160 1/4vert,80 slopers, 402l@150 402l@90, KT34XA____________________

Operators Howard Hoyt________________________________________________________

Club or team PVRC____________________________________________________________

Remarks: Lot of fun. 80 & 160 condx were poor, altho QRN was not too bad here.

                  |      Howard Hoyt        |
                  |       Apex, N.C.        |
                  | HHOYT@K4PQL.APEX.NC.US  |

>From ke7gh@primenet.com (Brian Short)  Mon Aug  7 15:01:11 1995
From: ke7gh@primenet.com (Brian Short) (Brian Short)
Subject: WAE Rules
Message-ID: <199508071401.HAA18120@mailhost.primenet.com>

Not to discourage others from operating WAE, but I'm considering trying
WAE CW even if on and off.  Seems I saw a complete set of rules on the
Internet somewhere.  Would someone please send me (or post) a complete
set of rules?  I'm a bit confused on QTCs, etc.  Thanks.

73 de Brian  ke7gh@primenet.com

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