Your post hit as I was thinking of the holes in my own collections of
various magazines. I too have had difficultly finding an article someone
referred me to. Your thoughts are on target. One other area that some feel
uncomfortable with is making a copy of things due to copyrights. Thats a
personal ethics item I guess.
I would really love to fill in the gaps in my own NCJ library, so if anyone
wishes to part with most anything before 1990, please let me know!
Another idea for the NCJ gang - how about publishing a compiled verison of
just the articles and selling in yearly or decade groupings. The Low Band
Monitor has done this, and I think many new subscribers appreciate it, even
if a slight premium is charged.
>> To N5TR's list, I'd only add Vol 23, Nr. 4 (1995), WX0B, "A Single-Tower,
>> Multi-operator Contest Station." I *think* this is the only place you'll
>> find the Dunestar Stackmatch explained, in case you want to roll your own.
>It would appear that when you add the number of articles listed in recent
>posts on stack switching to other stacking material presented in the past
>in NCJ, there may be enough for a collection on the subject. Perhaps the
>editor can talk the publisher into something like that. If Roger Cox has
>not published his gain vs. optimal stacking height material, perhaps that
>too should be added. Such a collection would benefit all those who do not
>have the back issues of NCJ or who have just been bitten by the stacking
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