Jim and all,
This is awesome. Way cool.
Jeff Embry, K3OQ
ARCI #11643, FPQRP #-696,
QRP-L # 67, NAQCC #25, ARS #1733
On the web at http://k3oq.net
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On 10/3/07, James Cain <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This may be the coolest thing in contesting since memory keyers, or CT. I can
> barely imagine the foresight, time, and effort that Jim Sullivan, W7EJ, put
> into this so that we can enjoy hearing how we sounded in Morocco.
> Everyone will find special reasons to listen to his own signal, and maybe the
> signals of others. I went to "VY2ZM" so I could hear Jeff's 160 Meter signal
> in Morocco. The possibilities are endless.
> I got to hear my signal from two different K1TN locations in Indiana, and one
> in Mississippi, all with 100 watts and a dipole. Now, I need to get something
> going here in New Jersey!
> I got to listen to my "pileup technique," too, from the other end. I got
> right through, not because I was loud, but through frequency selection and
> timing (not to mention good ears on the other end).
> Listening to these audio clips should make a lot of "stay at homes" think
> about operating from the Other Side.
> I think that this effort alone should make W7EJ a shoo-in for the CQ Contest
> Hall of Fame.
> Meanwhile, I hope Jim's web site doesn't melt down from all the traffic it's
> going to get!
> Thanks, Jim, for your fantastic gift to all of us.
> Jim Cain, K1TN
> Atlantic City
> P.S. to K5ZD: Your live streaming audio is fun, too, but you've been topped.
> What next?
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