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IR4T WPX 1996 CW

Subject: IR4T WPX 1996 CW
From: i4ufh@contest.dsnet.it (I4UFH)
Date: Tue May 21 00:23:20 1996
Hello guys,

The IR4T station, will be active in the WPX CW Contest 1996, 
in a 40m single op effort. The operator will be Steve IK2QEI.

QSL to IK4IEE trough Bureau or Direct.

IR4T is member of the Marconi Contest Club.

MCC info's on : http://pandora.milano.it/MCC

73 de Fabio I4UFH

>From jreid@aloha.net (Jim Reid)  Mon May 20 22:50:04 1996
From: jreid@aloha.net (Jim Reid) (Jim Reid)
Subject: ARRL/IARU and CW, HF and WRC-99
Message-ID: <>

Hi to all,  Rcv'd the following e-mail from
Dave Sumner, K1ZZ this morning.  Have a look
at the position paper/comment request document,
and then be SURE to e-mail in your feelings/
desires,  etc regarding  continuing 
or drop CW as a req for HF operating
license as an international treaty need, and
as a need in the good ol'US in the next century.

>From: "Sumner, Dave,  K1ZZ" <dsumner@arrl.org>
>Subject: RE: VB: CW, HF and WRC-99
>To: "Reid, Jim (AH6NB)" <jreid@aloha.net>
>Cc: "Owe.J.Persson" <Owe.J.Persson@telia.se>
>Dear Jim:
>Owe, SM3CWE, has called your April 4 posting to my attention.
>At the time, you observed that I might not be ready to receive input on the 
>subject. I'm pleased to say that we are encouraging input at this time. I 
>would urge anyone interested in submitting comments to the FASC, first to 
>review the FASC's April 1996 discussion document. It is available on the 
>World Wide Web at http://www.arrl.org/iaru/fasc1out.html/.
>Comments sent to iaru@iaru.org with the subject line "TO IARU FASC" will be 
>shared with the FASC members.
>David Sumner, K1ZZ

>From aa7bg@initco.net (AA7BG Matt Trott)  Tue May 21 03:29:58 1996
From: aa7bg@initco.net (AA7BG Matt Trott) (AA7BG Matt Trott)
Subject: Amphenol Coax barrels
Message-ID: <199605210229.UAA09516@zeus.initco.net>

In the discussion a while ago pertaining to CATV cable/connectors, there
were some comments made about dissasembling amphenol barrell connectors for
the purpose of being able to then solder them into the appropriate
"reducer." This is done to prevent destruction of the dialectric in the barrel.

My question: How the heck do you get that little snap ring out of the barrel
end so you              can take the guts out of it?

Thanks, Matt  
AA7BG                      aa7bg@3rivers.net                Matt Trott

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