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I.C.E. filters info?

Subject: I.C.E. filters info?
From: V.LONG.SA@OCF.compuserve.com (V.LONG.SA@OCF.compuserve.com)
Date: Fri Mar 15 10:01:15 1996
To: >INTERNET:dx@ve7tcp.ampr.org at OCF_INFORM
cc: >INTERNET:cq-contest@tgv.com at OCF_INFORM
Subject: I.C.E. filters info?
    I need some info on I.C.E. filters.

    Running two 100w stations in close proximity of each other, approx. 25
    ft apart, antennas near each other. This is for Field Day.

    Can someone help me out here?

    Where do u purchase them?  Cost? etc....

    Thanks for reading this.

    73, Scott AA8SM

>From Matthew S. Trott" <0007288678@mcimail.com  Fri Mar 15 15:03:00 1996
From: Matthew S. Trott" <0007288678@mcimail.com (Matthew S. Trott)
Subject: Rohn anchor drawings
Message-ID: <11960315150311/0007288678PJ4EM@MCIMAIL.COM>

Hey, the snow is melting, time to get busy. As long as we're talking about Rohn
drawings I have a question regarding the anchor drawings in the catalog. It is
in regard to the rebar "cages" in general. The drawing has a note that says
something like ..."12 inch spacing, both faces." Well last time I looked at a
rectangular block (be it concrete or whatever) it had six faces not just two.
Now I realize that the guy tension is bearing primarily on two faces (top and
front), but wouldn't it be a good idea for the integrity of the anchor to
rebar all six faces, or is this a waste of time. I am trying to do a 100
percent by the book install so just wondered what youse guys think/do as far as
your concrete below ground block anchors. 

73, Matt--AA7BG

>From Del Seay <seay@alaska.net>  Fri Mar 15 14:23:37 1996
From: Del Seay <seay@alaska.net> (Del Seay)
Subject: Final WRTC Bitching.
References: <960315000344_446896621@emout07.mail.aol.com>
Message-ID: <31497D69.6BFB@alaska.net>

KE6BER1@aol.com wrote:
> I think it's hallerious (sp?) that we have the topic of "Re: Final WRTC
> Bitching."  Let it go guys, it seems to have gone beyond the useful stage to
> put on the reflector.
> Al, KE6BER/1, KE6BER1@aol.com

I feel very strongly, BOTH WAYS! de KL7HF

>From Hans Brakob <71111.260@compuserve.com>  Fri Mar 15 16:08:16 1996
From: Hans Brakob <71111.260@compuserve.com> (Hans Brakob)
Subject: Thanks!
Message-ID: <960315160816_71111.260_EHM129-1@CompuServe.COM>

A few weeks ago I posted a message here which basically asked
"What is the intangible edge that consistently puts some operators/
stations in the top ten box."

For a few days the reflector literally hummed with great insights
from little guns, big guns, and even an occasional savant.

> "Can it be described as gushing? It's enough to make one 
> puke." --KP4XS

I'm sorry that the responses caused KP4XS to almost puke, but I 
want to express my thanks to everyone of you who took the time 
to share your thoughts with us here on the reflector. There was
more useful information in those responses than in my whole 
collection of NCJ's.

Thanks again, guys!

73, de Hans, K0HB

>From Richard Wilder <wilder@wb3ffv.abs.net>  Fri Mar 15 16:11:03 1996
From: Richard Wilder <wilder@wb3ffv.abs.net> (Richard Wilder)
Subject: Bermuda Contest rules ?
Message-ID: <Pine.SV4.3.91.960315105624.6486A-100000@wb3ffv.abs.net>

Are the complete Bermuda Contest rules on Internet?
Does the Bermuda Department of Tourism have a web page?
Do the contest organizers have an email address?

I've read rules in QST and CQ but neither prohibits a US station 
working a US station for points and multiplier so it appears to be OK.
However, maybe this is a DX contest and any dummy knows that your own
country is not DX.  :=)

73, Dick Wilder, K3DI

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