Whats the internet address for the CT forum? I had some problems over the
weekend that I would like to discuss. Direct reply to RTHORNE@VNET.IBM.COM
would be appreciated.
Rich - WB5M - RTHORNE@VNET.IBM.COM
>From Michael Christie <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue Nov 1 14:15:54 1994
From: Michael Christie <email@example.com> (Michael Christie)
Note: the following is being posted for Terry [N4KT] who does not have
access to the Internet from Dhahran.
QSOs Zones Countries Score
496 19 65 114,744
Terry noted conditions on 80m were terrible. He was only able to make
one 80m LP contact [W6RJ on Sunday]. Bob was the only LP signal he
heard on the band all weekend and this at "really 2x2." Only a handful
of W's were worked on 80m short path and only two Caribbean [VP2EC and
PJ1B]. He heard ZF2JI several times but he never seemed to listen
below 3.8 MHz; also, VP5R was heard but Terry couldn't get thru over
the Europeans on the band under these conditions.
73 de mike, K7RLS/4
>From Tony Brock-Fisher <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue Nov 1 14:33:57 1994
From: Tony Brock-Fisher <email@example.com> (Tony Brock-Fisher)
Subject: Which CW Filter for 765?
In preparation for CW contests, I am contemplating the addition of some
250 Hz filters to my 765. (As a side note, the stock CW filters in the
765 are so much better than those of the 735 it's incredible). The
question is, if I add only one, which one should it be? There are
two available, for the 9 Mhz. and 455 KHz IF's. Can anyone come
up with a reason why it makes a difference?
-Tony, K1KP, firstname.lastname@example.org
>From Bill Standerfer <email@example.com> Tue Nov 1 14:37:33 1994
From: Bill Standerfer <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Bill Standerfer)
Subject: CQWW SSB - KI3V/7!!
>CT Comments: Used version 9.13.....
> 1) Keyboard would slow down and not respond to my input.
> sometimes laging from .5-1 second.
> 2) While logging a station and hitting enter it would
> freeze up and would say "IC-765 Radio Timed out".
I had the same thing happen with 9.10a and an FT-1000. I think I've traced it
to RF getting into the Yaesu interface or the RS-232 line that connects to it.
More work to do before SS.
Bill Standerfer * Hewlett-Packard Company
CFI-A, IA, ME * VXI Systems Division
email@example.com * Loveland, CO 80539
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