Or how about a CD-ROM. The ARRL is now offering back issues of QST on
disk in five year increments back to 1970.
Henry Pollock - WB4HFL
On Wed, 25 Jun 1997 11:18:53 -0400 (EDT) Patrick Croft <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>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
>referred me to. Your thoughts are on target. One other area that
>uncomfortable with is making a copy of things due to copyrights.
>personal ethics item I guess.
>I would really love to fill in the gaps in my own NCJ library, so if
>wishes to part with most anything before 1990, please let me know!
>Another idea for the NCJ gang - how about publishing a compiled
>just the articles and selling in yearly or decade groupings. The Low
>Monitor has done this, and I think many new subscribers appreciate it,
>if a slight premium is charged.
>>> To N5TR's list, I'd only add Vol 23, Nr. 4 (1995), WX0B, "A
>>> Multi-operator Contest Station." I *think* this is the only place
>>> find the Dunestar Stackmatch explained, in case you want to roll
>>It would appear that when you add the number of articles listed in
>>posts on stack switching to other stacking material presented in the
>>in NCJ, there may be enough for a collection on the subject. Perhaps
>>editor can talk the publisher into something like that. If Roger Cox
>>not published his gain vs. optimal stacking height material, perhaps
>>too should be added. Such a collection would benefit all those who
>>have the back issues of NCJ or who have just been bitten by the
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