Better yet, send them to the DX Station!
Back when KN5H and I at W5RRR re-broadcasted the shuttle air-to-ground
on the ham bands back in the early 80's (the Collins 32s3 mic held up
to the VHF receiver speaker), we used to generate some BIG
pileups--this was before WA3NAN at Goddard became automated.
People would send us tapes of us working the pileups and playing the
a/g....people from Australia, Europe, etc. Cool! We were LOUD over
From: Michael O. Hyder <N4NT@wireco.net>
To: TenTec@contesting.com <TenTec@contesting.com>; Bill Capps
Date: Sunday, October 31, 1999 5:53 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] pegasus/recording?
>That's a great idea. Store em as .wav files, then compile them and
>zip-em-up and email as a file attachment to the ARLL DXCC checker.
>Johnson City, Tennessee
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Bill Capps <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Sunday, October 31, 1999 2:59 AM
>Subject: [TenTec] pegasus/recording?
>> i dont own a pegasus, but i was wondering about an option, that
would be a
>> neat feature. the pegasus may have this option, but i dont know of
>> wouldn't it be neat to click on the option board and record a cw
>> transmission. for instance, you hear rare dx calling and you want
>> your attempts to work the dx, you could click on record and save
>> for your records and to review the qso at a later time
>> just a thought
>> bill capps
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