Like you I have travelled to Manila with radio equipment. The thing that
has always concerned me is that in Manila airport there are signs detailing
proscribed imports. Listed there along with drugs and firearms is radio
My concern would be that with heightened security the chances of an
unenlightened security man finding your radio would be pretty high. Who
knows where that might lead.
If you are determined to do it then I guess the best thing is to have as
much supporting documentation as you can muster.
Bob 5B4AGN, P3F, ZC4ZM
----- Original Message -----
From: "k9tm" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, September 20, 2002 11:52 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] New Master DTA files, last call for the Oct 2002
> As promised in a note last month here on cq-contest, I am trying to get
> the master database files for this year out by 1-Oct. Things are going
> well and we have received many many logs (thanks). However, this is one
> of those tasks where you just can't have too much data.
> This is a last call for any remaining logs to be included in this
> release of the database.
> If you would like to help out and haven't already sent logs, please send
> them to me by 23-Sept 2002.
> For details on what what is needed and such please see my prior post at:
> Thanks again.
> 73 Tim K9TM
> PS. I have received some inquiries about specialty databases, VHF/UHF
> and RTTY in particular (even a suggestion of a 160 database).
> I have no problem spinning these databases as well. The only thing I
> need is the data (logs). If there is a demand for these and sufficient
> numbers of logs are sent, it is no problem for me to do that.
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