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From: ehayes@VNET.IBM.COM (ehayes@VNET.IBM.COM)
Date: Tue Aug 22 08:20:10 1995
Is there an official entry form for this contest?  If so, where do
your get one?  If no official form exists, what is required to
officially enter the CQ contests as well as the ARRL contests?
I could not find the answer to this ? in CQ but could have
overlooked it.

Thanks for your help,

73  KC5DVT   Wayne     email...ehayes@vnet.ibm.com
Austin, Texas

>From R. Torsten Clay" <torsten@mephisto.physics.uiuc.edu  Tue Aug 22 14:39:34 
From: R. Torsten Clay" <torsten@mephisto.physics.uiuc.edu (R. Torsten Clay)
Subject: FT1000 vs Omni-6 ??
Message-ID: <199508221339.AA09466@mephisto.physics.uiuc.edu>

> YES, for a high end rig the controls are "cheap" but heah, once I figure out
> how the computer interface works I will hardly ever be touching the rig!
> W1CW has the remote knob for the VFO which is very slick - I would almost go
> as far as saying it is a must. As others have pointed out - if they only had
> the RIT function out there!!!!! That IS something you are constantly
> diddling.

I like the way the Omni controls are, as they are very large and spread 
out, which makes it less confusing to operate (especially for new/guest

> front of it - it is not until you have listened to it that you appreciate
> it. I understand that Bill, N4AR now has several Omni VI's...the way I see

Yes, Bill used an Omni and a 930 side by side for a few years...eventually
sold the 930 to get another Omni.

Tor (another Omni user)

>From Dravland, Todd" <ToddD@dci.state.sd.us  Tue Aug 22 16:45:00 1995
From: Dravland, Todd" <ToddD@dci.state.sd.us (Dravland, Todd)
Subject: WD0T NAQP SSB score
Message-ID: <3039FC10@sdmailgw.state.sd.us>

Did this one after the first day of the local Husband/ Wife Golf tournament. 
 Started a couple hours late and operated 3.5 hours.
20m was great, with 15 meters having occasional openings.  10m didn't do 
much, only worked W9NQ there! BTW we placed 4th out of 8 in our flight in 
the couples CONTEST!! ;-))

160  0    0     No ant. yet
80   0    0     Inv. V @ 40'
40   28   15   2 ele yagi @ 45'
20   129  39   6 ele tribander @ 40'
15   18   6    "
10   1    1    "
     176  61   =>10,736

It was fun again.  One of my favorite contests!

See you in the tests this fall after golf season!

todd, WD0T


>From Swanson, Glenn,  KB1GW" <gswanson@arrl.org  Tue Aug 22 14:55:00 1995
From: Swanson, Glenn,  KB1GW" <gswanson@arrl.org (Swanson, Glenn,  KB1GW)
Subject: Contest beverages...
Message-ID: <3039E21B@arrl.org>

>I am not sure wether [whether] 0.89 x 585 ft comes to 160m easily to people 
using out-
>dated nonmetric measures :-)   73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU.

Well, at least we buy our (post contest) beer by the liter now.... progress! 

 --Glenn, KB1GW

>From Ronald D. Rossi" <rrossi@VNET.IBM.COM  Tue Aug 22 13:32:56 1995
From: Ronald D. Rossi" <rrossi@VNET.IBM.COM (Ronald D. Rossi)
Subject: Big Blue  - Team Score

WQ5G    332 Q X 119 M =  39,568   paper log
NM5M    340 Q X  83 M =  28,220   8 hours
N1PBT   241 Q X  86 M =  20,726   no excuses
WA1PRY  241 Q X  48 M =  11,568   almost 20m only
WA2IBM  000 Q X  00 M =  00,000
                        100,082 Total

Well it would be nice to say that we were all running our favorite
loggers on Aptivas under OS/2 given our affiliation, but we weren't!

I personally was not able to scrounge up any 15m or 10m contacts.
I called to deaf ears many times and never heard any of the multis
that alerted this multiplier to their presence.

Thanks to all the great ops that pulled me out of the noise on 80m.

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

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