Can we stop sending the attached files to the reflectors?
>From RUSSELL S. RINN" <email@example.com Mon Aug 21 18:41:36 1995
From: RUSSELL S. RINN" <firstname.lastname@example.org (RUSSELL S. RINN)
Subject: N3BB NAQP SSB RESULTS
NA QSO SUMMARY SHEET
Callsign Used : N3BB Operator : AA5RB Category : Single Operator
BAND Raw QSOs Valid QSOs Points Mults
160SSB 17 17 17 7
80SSB 107 107 107 35
40SSB 180 180 180 50
20SSB 402 402 402 57
15SSB 31 31 31 18
10SSB 8 8 8 3
Totals 745 745 745 170
Final Score = 126650 points.
This was my first time operating an NAQP as well as my first try using 2
radios. Both had some rough spots with the roughest being my offtime
strategy. I should have reserved some time for the last hour or so of the
contest. I also wish i would have worked the brief early opening on
10m-however the 100+ first hour on 20m was too strong a lure.
The 2 radio part actually went well technically, with the only rough spot
being my failure to alt-r for the log when I flipped the switch on the box
for radio #2. Lots of trips to the log window for some editing. (First
try w/TR software-maybe there's a better way?)
Thanks to Jim, N3BB, for the use of his staion (and name!) and to George,
WB5VZL for the use of his switch box.
>From email@example.com (Jim Stahl) Mon Aug 21 18:04:09 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Stahl) (Jim Stahl)
Subject: New Radios
One of the simplest things missing from modern radios is a line
level audio input. Such a second audio input would allow audio
from voice keyers, computers, etc. to go in at a level (0 to +8
dbm, i.e. a volt or two), that would eliminate virtually all the
problems with hum, rf feedback, etc., that crop up when using a
microphone level (-50dbm/several millivolts) input.
I think some old rigs had such an input: back then it was called
a phone patch input.
Basic Amateur Radio Frequency, BARF-80 +1 216/237-8208
"Totally devoted to Amateur Radio" - 24 Hrs a day 8/N/1 14.4k-300 baud
>From Marijan Miletic <email@example.com> Mon Aug 21 18:23:50 1995
From: Marijan Miletic <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Marijan Miletic)
Subject: S meters
The only problem with HF S meters is the range of > 120 dB from under 0.1 uV to
over 1 V antenna input signals. VHF mobile radio people have excellent IC's
for about 60 dB signal strength measurements as they use reasonable power!
Some of these cheap S meters have appeared in ham magazines lately.
73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU.
P.S. Who needs S meter in contest when everybody is 59 - right?
>From Steve Runyon WQ5G 512-838-7008 <email@example.com> Mon Aug 21
From: Steve Runyon WQ5G 512-838-7008 <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Steve Runyon WQ5G
Subject: NAQP Results
Well, this was my first NAQP (actually my first CONTEST other than
a few hours here and there in WPX, etc). Had lots of fun, and think
I learned some things for next time.
10 and 15m were pretty quiet here too, altho I worked CX6BZ in
Montevideo, Uruguay on 10m - he was a good S7 here. Had a good opening
to SC, GA, NC, and AL for a bit at that time, but that was about it.
15m was even more empty.... 20m and 40m were very nice though.
I was a member of the Big Blue team, so the team score will be
turned in later. However, my stats were:
332 QSOs and 119 mults
band Qs mults
10 16 6
15 11 8
20 140 44
40 115 40
80 47 20
160 3 1
in a little over 9 hours operating time
Ten Tec Omni V at 100W with a Mosley Pro67B at 55 ft (yeah, on 160 too!)
inverted vee on 80m
"Steve 'n paper" logging system
QTH near Austin, TX
Hmmmm.... guess I gotta type all of these in now... hmmmm mumble grumble...