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Re: [CQ-Contest] [VHF] 6 Meter Sprint Results

To: "Ev Tupis" <w2ev@yahoo.com>,"Stanford VHF email Remailer" <VHF@w6yx.stanford.edu>,"VHF Contesting eMail Remailer" <vhfcontesting@contesting.com>,"CQ-Contest eMail Remailer" <cq-contest@contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] [VHF] 6 Meter Sprint Results
From: "Bill W5WVO" <w5wvo@cybermesa.net>
Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 21:45:00 -0600
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Watched the east coast on the propagation mapper getting lots of Es while I 
sat here in NM and listened to white noise. True to form, and with 
all-too-obvious support from Mr Murphy, the band finally opened here at 0300Z, 
and is still wide open as I write this. Oh, well, you just can't depend on 
6M -- which is one reason why we love it, I guess. :-)

Bill / W5WVO

Ev Tupis wrote:
> Here's the link to the RFSport.com near-realtime
> logger and scoreboard for the 9 brave souls that
> provided public beta testing of the system.
> http://tinyurl.com/3clwh7
> Note: PI=Performance Index = Operators + dBm + dBi.  A
> PI of 155 means 1 operator and dBm+dBi=55.
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