> "Buy USA" ain't what sells the rig, pardner - we sell the best
> damn receiver performance in the OMNI-VI you'll ever see.
> We hear 'em when you won't.
> 73 Scott Robbins KY2P, Ten-Tec employee and
> dedicated contester.
> Forwarded message:
> From: email@example.com (Marijan Miletic)
> Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Reply-to: S56A@s55tcp.ampr.org
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> Newer rigs (TS-870, IC-775, FT-1000MP) were thoroughly tested by ARRL, RSGB
> DARC and all data show remarkable strong signal performance of new YAESU.
> surprised me with a fact that relays are used for input RX filter switching
> no problem with IMD2 & IMD3 at the most sensitive spot. I am amazed that
> all the nice figures available, people still make subjective claims regarding
> FT1000D v FT1000MP versus rest of the rigs. At least we got rid of "Buy USA"
> propaganda :-)
> 73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU.
> P.S. Does anybody uses superb JST-245 in contests?
Its a shame that Ten-Tec service is so lousy and they don't have clue on
how to build an hf amplifier, or stand behind there warranty. I wouldn't
consider using any of there stuff to even anchor my boat.
enough said Kf2et
>From firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Stevens) Fri Oct 18 02:59:59 1996
From: email@example.com (Jim Stevens) (Jim Stevens)
Subject: Thanks to K7LXC
This e-mail is to publicly thank Steve Morris, K7LXC,
and his company, Up The Tower, for sponsoring the
1996 ARRL DX CW contest plaque for top North American
Will Roberts, AA4NC, and myself operated VP2EN to the
top NA Multi-Single entry.
Thanks again Steve for your support.
P.S. I also sent Steve a thank-you letter via mail.
73, Jim, KI4HN
email -- firstname.lastname@example.org
WWW -- http://www.webbuild.com/~ki4hn -> vanity call info