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Date: Mon, 14 Jun 1999 14:54:23 +0100
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Subject: Beverage Wire help
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For the last four DXpeditions that I participated in, we ran beverages using a
small wire which was woven copper wire on a fiber cord.  It worked very well, it
was light to carry, and we disposed of it at the DX location or gave it to the
local hams.  I have now run out of the stuff and was trying to locate a source
for it.  My friend told me that what I was using were the replacement wire
spools  that was used in the Gibson Girl radio in the Military.  Any leads on
this?  73& TNX Denis, W4DC

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