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1. [CQ-Contest] MiQP 2005 Results Are Out! (score: 1)
Author: David Pruett <k8cc@comcast.net>(by way of Jim Reisert AD1C<jjreisert@alum.mit.edu>)
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2005 23:14:54 -0400
01 August 2005 It's only been 3&frac12; months since the 2005 MiQP and the final results are out on the MiQP Web Site http://www.miqp.org. August has always been our goal, but there never seemed to b
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2005-08/msg00002.html (8,561 bytes)

2. [CQ-Contest] best pc power supply to eliminate rfi? (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Wed Sep 4 11:31:20 2002
I fixed several power supply problems by opening it up and noticing that there is a footprint on the PC board where a filter *would* normally be installed, usually just jumpered over with bare wire.
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-09/msg00049.html (8,386 bytes)

3. [CQ-Contest] best pc power supply to eliminate rfi? (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Wed Sep 4 21:29:01 2002
I suspect the units from PC Power and Cooling, though a tad more expensive, are probably good too. http://www.pcpowerandcooling.com/products/power_supplies/ They also sell extremely quiet ball bearin
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-09/msg00057.html (8,024 bytes)

4. [CQ-Contest] Help ARRL 10m test scoring! (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Wed Jan 9 09:59:38 2002
Don't worry about it. The log checking software is going to re-score your log anyway. The Cabrillo format doesn't know anything about multipliers, and the SCORE field is just there for convenience. I
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-01/msg00115.html (7,675 bytes)

5. [CQ-Contest] need qsl card print program (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Thu Jan 10 08:48:44 2002
BV - read the article I wrote for CQ Contest! (SK): http://www.kc1xx.com/qsls/kc1xx_qsl.htm 73 - Jim AD1C -- Season's Greetings 2001/2002 - http://www.ad1c.com/2001/ Jim Reisert AD1C, 7 Charlemont Co
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-01/msg00163.html (7,882 bytes)

6. [CQ-Contest] [book] thoughts (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Thu Jan 24 13:50:20 2002
I'm not sure it was the VK0IR Heard Island DXpedition that coined the idea of czars, people who had full responsibility and accountability over one portion of the expedition (i.e. food, antenna layou
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-01/msg00532.html (7,749 bytes)

7. [CQ-Contest] RTTY WPX and NA Sprint CW this weekend (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Thu Feb 7 07:42:21 2002
Folks, please be respectful of the two contests that will be going on at the same time this weekend: CQ/RJ WPX RTTY and NA Sprint CW. In the past, the Sprinters have really trashed the RTTY guys on 4
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00044.html (8,546 bytes)

8. [CQ-Contest] Re: RTTY WPX and NA Sprint CW this weekend (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Thu Feb 7 10:42:47 2002
It's not a RTTY sprint, it's the RTTY WPX contest (sponsored by the RTTY Journal and CQ, not NCJ). The rules are found at: http://www.rttyjournal.com/rules/wpx.html They don't specify RTTY frequencie
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00045.html (8,462 bytes)

9. [CQ-Contest] Re: RTTY WPX and NA Sprint CW this weekend (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Thu Feb 7 11:00:09 2002
NCJ Sprints are domestic contests (for the most part). The Europeans work RTTY on 7.040 for some reason. I have only been around RTTY a few years, I don't know if this is tradition or bandplan. But i
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00049.html (7,961 bytes)

10. [CQ-Contest] Re: RTTY WPX and NA Sprint CW this weekend (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Thu Feb 7 13:33:54 2002
-- Ekki Plicht DF4OR <ekki@plicht.de> replied: To understand this you have to know that Region 1 has only 100 kHz for 40m: 7000 to 7100. 7000 to 7035 CW only 7035 to 7045 Digital (inc. Fax/SSTV) 7045
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00055.html (7,810 bytes)

11. [CQ-Contest] RTTY sigs down around 7035... (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Mon Feb 11 10:57:47 2002
Remember, it's a two-way street. I would expect that many USA stations will get E-mail from Europe when we chose to listen for them on 40 meter SSB below 7.040. But would we be so brazen to do the sa
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00137.html (8,859 bytes)

12. [CQ-Contest] I watch with interest, but with great sadness (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Wed Feb 13 13:42:38 2002
By selling a piece of paper for $10 called "QRP DXCC" that requires them to do nothing more than make sure the list you sent them has 100+ different entities listed. No QSL cards required. 73 - Jim A
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00178.html (9,392 bytes)

13. [CQ-Contest] What is correct number ? (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Fri Feb 15 08:25:40 2002
You can send whatever you like. I suggest do NOT use anything that ends in K. You will get a lot of repeats by people asking what your power is because "K" usually means "end of transmission". 1K mig
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00225.html (8,075 bytes)

14. [CQ-Contest] What is correct number ? (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Tue Feb 19 14:31:20 2002
N6TR assures me that the *sender* will NOT lose credit for the QSO in this case: Tree responded: I apologize for spreading mis-information, and for assuming I knew what the log checking software does
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00282.html (8,731 bytes)

15. [CQ-Contest] Little Gun Dilemma: Callsign not acknowledged (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Wed Feb 20 07:42:20 2002
I run CT with "CORRECT" turned on, so this generally won't happen. However, when I heard CT send the TU QRZ without repeating the changed call, I quickly aborted the transmission in progress, sent th
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-02/msg00295.html (9,390 bytes)

16. [CQ-Contest] Country file update coming - need input (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Mon Mar 4 07:47:13 2002
Two I have heard about: TO4T=FG RG9O=UA9 Any others that did not come up right? 73 - Jim AD1C -- Jim Reisert AD1C, 7 Charlemont Court, North Chelmsford, MA 01863 USA +978-251-9933, <jjreisert@alum.mi
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-03/msg00031.html (7,199 bytes)

17. [CQ-Contest] Country file update coming - need input (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Mon Mar 4 07:45:37 2002
Just LU/Argentina. The /H refers to the district, only /Z would potentially be interesting (one of the VP8-equivalents). It's hard to get these right, but Cabrillo won't care. - Jim == Jim Reisert AD
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-03/msg00036.html (7,693 bytes)

18. [CQ-Contest] TO4T & country file (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert)
Date: Mon Mar 4 10:21:31 2002
Rich, I do not believe that is correct. CT will write the update to the country file "on the fly". If you find that is NOT the case, please let me know ASAP. - Jim == Jim Reisert AD1C, 7 Charlemont C
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-03/msg00043.html (8,484 bytes)

19. [CQ-Contest] Spotting (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Sat Mar 9 17:44:52 2002
I don't know how other software works, but the spots stay in CT's bandmap for an hour. As I tune around the bands, I spot only stations that are not already in CT's bandmap (i.e. haven't been spotted
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-03/msg00137.html (7,859 bytes)

20. [CQ-Contest] Cable modem questions (score: 1)
Author: jjreisert@alum.mit.edu (Jim Reisert AD1C)
Date: Mon Mar 11 07:40:08 2002
I've been down these roads. You need to check with your Internet provider, a router may indeed be necessary. For example, AT&T Broadband charges an additional fee ($9.95/month) to connect more than 1
/archives//html/CQ-Contest/2002-03/msg00184.html (8,088 bytes)


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