Response to KU4A

Thu Dec 16 15:54:29 EST 1993 them BOTH!
In situations like described with 2 stations on the same freq the presumably
can't hear each other, I always send "W1XYZ this is AA7NX" so the other
realizes there is another station on the same freq. Only once last weekend in
the 10 M contest did the "other" station hear me and obnoxiously re-double
his CQing efforts to try to clear "his" freq. WHen I completed the first QSO,
I called him and worked him too.
73, Mike  AA7NX  (?7??)???

>From Danny Eskenazi <0005720561 at>  Thu Dec 16 23:05:00 1993
From: Danny Eskenazi <0005720561 at> (Danny Eskenazi)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 18:05 EST
Subject: CW and MUSIC
Message-ID: <05931216230550/0005720561PK2EM at>

Got a nice mailer for a blues compilation from N5WA, who on a flyer
) thought there might be a natural market for good blues with
CW ops! All this talk about memorable good CW calls brings it to mind.
The RYTHYM of CW and the "beat" of a callsign is indeed the music of the
artform of the code. ...which reminds me of a recent EU QSO (bands out
west are so poor that we REMEMBER EACH EU QSO!) who told me my signal 
had "ARCTIC MUSIC" on it. Polar flutter and good CW...ummmmmm nothin'
like it! Enjoying the mad scramble for new calls! Do I have to learn all
new calls and exchanges?? eg	

egad!...  ciao K7SS Danny (no new call)

>From XMSJ29A at (MR JAMES A WHITE)  Fri Dec 17 00:52:14 1993
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 19:52:14 EST
Subject: New Calls
Message-ID: <025.00143700.XMSJ29A at>

I think that those previously favoured with 1x2/2x1 calls who have
relocated to other call areas should be given first pick.

Especially if they have been licensed for more than 20 years, and have
settled in the populous fourth call district. There should also be
preference given to hams who have left the first call district...and have
moved to the fourth call district...they should be willing to give up their
old 1st call area preferred call for a preferred callsign of their choice
in the 4th call district. By freeing up all those older now less-wanted
preferred calls that these relocated hams will let go, there will be no
fewer total preferred calls!

The hams giving up their old preferred calls should be willing to sign a
disclaimer stating there are no hard feelings that the call will be made
available immediately to some handheld toting yutz who last copied CW on
the day of his Extra Class exam.

Yes, in case you haven't guessed, I am willing to give up a very good
callsign which has served me well for almost 20 years IF I can again state
my preference to the FCC and they will give me the one available that is
closest to the top of my list.

I have a great deal of fond memories attached to this callsign, and ideally
I could trade K1ZX for K4ZX...K4ZX is still kicking, however. Yes, I know
you know someone who can correct this for a small fee...if it is indeed a
small fee we can talk.

As far as what is best basis for a callsign for a contester-a 1X2 call:
A) cannot end in AR, RM, LPL etc...
B) should start with K ideally, N is OK, but W is the worst...even a CW op
like myself knows that W has three syllables!
C) as previously stated E and T are bummers on CW
D) TRY SENDING IT ON YOUR KEYER!!! If you narrow your list down, see which
runs off your fingers best-preferably when you get up to pee at 3 AM and
your mental abilities are know 0DARK30 on 80 meters  syndrome!
E) can't end in AH (if you have to ask why, forget it!)

...the months prior to my receiving my 1X2 were some of the most
expectant/hopeful/nervous ham moments I have known...and the day I got home
and found K1ZX definitely almost as good as the first time I pulled into
the driveway of W2PV one cold Fall Friday afternoon.
...yes I spent last night caressing the Callbook picking and choosing-I
hope I can wait for the NPRM/comment & reply periods to pass..I may get an ulcer!

73/GL-may Santa bring us all our first picks           Jim, K4??

>From John W. Brosnahan" <broz at  Fri Dec 17 01:24:46 1993
From: John W. Brosnahan" <broz at (John W. Brosnahan)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 18:24:46 -0700
Subject: No subject
Message-ID: <199312170124.AA23284 at>

RE: Battle Creek Special
and Minooka Special
To the number of people who inquired about the two antennas I mentioned
as good starting places for short 160M verticals, please see the following
The Minooka Special by Barry A. Boothe, W9UCW, QST December 1974, p15.
The Battle Creek Special, developed by Charles Dewey, W0CD, and described
in The Low Band Monitor, September 1993.  Subscription info available
from Lance Johnson Digital Graphics, PO Box 1047, Elizabeth, CO 80107,
I am not in the business of supplying reprints, but if you can't find 
copies of these two articles, send me $1 to cover photocopying and 
postage and I will make copies!
73, John Brosnahan, W0UN
24115 WCR 40
La Salle, CO 80645

>From k2mm at MasPar.COM (John Zapisek)  Fri Dec 17 01:39:07 1993
From: k2mm at MasPar.COM (John Zapisek) (John Zapisek)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 17:39:07 PST
Subject: CW Swing
Message-ID: <9312170139.AA08862 at greylock.local>

> [mystery quote by Trey]  My favorite contesting call is K3RT, nice rhythm
> on CW, . . .  My favorite CW call, though, is . . . KL7FSV -- CW poetry.

> [Larry/N6AZE]  I always liked CW calls that left a pleasing, memorable
> pattern in your mind, like a haiku verse -- NM7T and KV4AA.

> [Danny/K7SS]  The RYTHYM of CW and the "beat" of a callsign is indeed the
> music of the artform of the code.

I've always thought Paul "Stinky" Lindgren's original call -- WA2UWA -- had
a great CW swing to it.  But Paul seemed to prefer his dad's call -- W2AJR.
Now he's AH2M.  Not bad, but the W2/... required in some contests can be a

I wonder how many of these back-door 2x1's -- [AKNW] H [0-9] [A-Z] -- are
available NOW?  It used to be that the station location and mailing address
were totally independent.  Moreover, no control over or even access to the
station location was required.  I wonder if this is still the case?

> [Jim/K1ZX]  . . . can't end in AH (if you have to ask why, forget it!)

That's why John Yodis, K2VV, was so eager to unload his old call -- WA2EAH.
Had to stop calling him "Enormous".

73.  --John/K2MM

>From XMSJ29A at (MR JAMES A WHITE)  Fri Dec 17 01:57:24 1993
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 20:57:24 EST
Subject: contest genetics
Message-ID: <025.00143937.XMSJ29A at>

..this stuff is pure crap.


>From D. Leeson" <0005543629 at  Fri Dec 17 01:53:00 1993
From: D. Leeson" <0005543629 at (D. Leeson)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 20:53 EST
Subject: 160m Verticals
Message-ID: <95931217015359/0005543629NA2EM at>

W0UN's note about the history of phased verticals reminded me of an
interesting issue:  The quarter-wave matching scheme attributed, for
example in the ARRL Antenna Handbook, to W7EL is correctly attributed to
its author, Fred Collins, W1FC.  Just a note to keep the history straight.

ON4UN recognizes this in his Low Band DXing book, and I've worked with
Fred professionally.

Cheers de Dave, W6QHS

>From D. Leeson" <0005543629 at  Fri Dec 17 02:02:00 1993
From: D. Leeson" <0005543629 at (D. Leeson)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 21:02 EST
Subject: CW Calls
Message-ID: <05931217020250/0005543629NA2EM at>

Not to add to an already overdiscussed issue, but I recall an interesting
article in QST a number of years ago on the information-theory aspects of
morse letters.  It discussed the probability of error in interpreting the
letters, and made recommendations of those that had the least probability
of misinterpretation.  As I recall, it also had something to say about
contrast between letters, such as in RK or AN.

Anyone recall this article...I looked through the indices of my back QST's
but didn't find it.  Maybe it was in CQ or HR?

I agree with Trey that the priorities are 1)QTH, 2)antennas and amps, 3)
operator skill, 4)call...and I think that the word "vanity" implies something
negative, while "personal" or something like it might better reflect the
service nature of the amateur radio service.

My comment to the FCC re the NPRM will be that the priority should be by
license class, then time since last call change plus recognizing club calls
and other memorial calls, as well as recovery of prior calls and district

Seasons best de Dave, W6QHS  (try QHS in CW SS, sounds like CQSS!)

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Thu Dec 16 23:50:00 1993
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 15:50:00 PST
Subject: FW: Callsign selection
Message-ID: <2D10F43C at admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

From: mudcp3
To: Contest reflector
Subject: Callsign selection
Date: Thursday, December 16, 1993 9:21AM

A few points regarding callsing selection

1-  A callsign selection program should be open only to Extras.  A
"vanity" callsign will be a boon for incentive licensing.

73, Dave Patton, WX3N

As someone who is anxiously awaiting the FCC golden goose, I have
thought a lot about how they are going to administer it.  If they only
let the extra class licenses apply, I think they will hear such a storm of
complaints they will never implement the vanity callsign program.  I
don't think you can go by age...what's the justification?  I don't believe
they have records (still) of who changed calls in the 70's, or even care
if they do have the records.  So......

The only palatible way that I can see that they do this is to allow you to
request a callsign in the standard callsign block as they are now being
administered.  That is, extra's may request 1x2 or 2x1, advanced 2x2,
etc.  I can guarantee you that I will be one of the loudest complainers
if it is otherwise!  73,Tom WB4IUX (K4??)

>From Don Nutt KJ6TC <kj6tc at>  Fri Dec 17 03:31:52 1993
From: Don Nutt KJ6TC <kj6tc at> (Don Nutt KJ6TC)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 19:31:52 -0800 (PST)
Subject: ethics question
Message-ID: <Pine.3.85.9312161952.A12325-0100000 at netcom4>

> 	What do YOU do in the circumstance of two (or more :-)) audible running
> 	stations on the same (or nearly the same) frequency?  Work one or more
> 	if you need them?  Avoid them so as to not cause QRM?
> 	73 de Chris KU4A

> In general, I think two stations on the same freq who can't hear each
> other don't take long to realize what is happening.  If they are both
> pig-headed and try to keep the freq, they both lose a lot of Qs anyway.
> Derek aa5bt

I would only hope that the op that was working "both" stations would 
advise one or the other that the freq was being shared.  As with my wife 
during ARRL 10 Mtr contest,  someone answered her call and worked her 
first and let her know that a island station was on the same freq.  She 
moved.  In doing so she got her q rate back up.

Don Nutt

>From Gary Sutcliffe <gary.sutcliffe at>  Fri Dec 17 04:23:07 1993
From: Gary Sutcliffe <gary.sutcliffe at> (Gary Sutcliffe)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 93 22:23:07 CST
Subject: Calls
Message-ID: <199312170423.EAA16053 at>

>  X-ray as a phonetic seems to have 'punch'; having held
> WN0IZX, WB0IZX, and NG0X, I am used to being "the station ending X-ray" --
> the X gets through even if the other letters don't.
I'm not sure X is a good letter unless you have double X's (KC1XX or
N9XX).  On phone, lots of people mistake X-RAY for ECHO for some reason,
and there is no other phonetic for X (XYLOPHONE?). On CW, many people just
can't send X.  I spend a lot of time listening to the other station send
my call 3 times trying to get it right when both of us know what it really
should be.
Back around 1976 & 1977  the FCC let Extra Class hams pick their calls.
I liked the X because all suffixes starting with X had previously
been experimental stations, and not assigned to hams.  I wanted a call
that had not been assigned before and had an uncommon suffix.
Despite comments to the contrary, I have never had problems with
T as the last letter on phone or CW.  In pileups I freqently hear
"the station ending with Tango" come back to me (no, I never sign just
the "last two letters").  When calling to the Far East I use "Tokyo"
instead of Tango.  It seems in increase the recongition factor.
> Now: Are there any DSP-weenies on the reflector that can write a
> sound blaster program to tell us the SSB power content of each of
> the letters and phonetics?  How much difference does an individuals
> voice make in power content?
Back in the late 70's again, K9KGA was very active in contesting.  He
had a PhD in EE and was working at the University of Wisconsin (Go Badgers in
the Rose Bowl!).  He had just accepted a professorship in Iowa and
was going to pick a call from the 0 call group.  Stan spent a lot of time
analyzing the power content of various letters and phonetics.  He
ultimately picked N0GA.  Apparently "Germany America" has a very high average
power.  Unfortunately he never really got active again in contesting after
moving to Iowa.  Must be too much other exciting stuff to do there. :-)
73 - Gary - W9XT for life (ex W0XT & WB9FRG)
 Gary Sutcliffe  - W9XT             Unified Microsystems (414) 644-9036
 ppvvpp at MIXCOM.COM                  PO Box 133, Slinger WI 53086

>From Randy A Thompson <K5ZD at>  Fri Dec 17 04:34:18 1993
From: Randy A Thompson <K5ZD at> (Randy A Thompson)
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1993 23:34:18 -0500 (EST)
Subject: callsigns, what else?
Message-ID: <Pine.3.87.9312162318.A22241-0100000 at>

On Wed, 15 Dec 1993, Ward Silver wrote:
> PS (enough, already!) Is there ANY alternative to X-Ray?
> > 
Yes, try XYLOPHONE.  It will drive everyone crazy!

Randy, k5ZD

>From Wayne E. Wright" <71034.3544 at CompuServe.COM  Fri Dec 17 04:44:40 1993
From: Wayne E. Wright" <71034.3544 at CompuServe.COM (Wayne E. Wright)
Date: 16 Dec 93 23:44:40 EST
Subject: I give up!
Message-ID: <931217044440_71034.3544_CHJ65-1 at CompuServe.COM>

Four consectutive days I've sent email twice each day (before and 
after work) to  cq-contest-request at and to garlough at 
trying to  get my email address changed and the only
response I get looks like the attached. HOW DO I GET LOOSE 
FROM THIS THING??? I want my email to w5xd at
	Wayne W5XD

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>From Randy A Thompson <K5ZD at>  Fri Dec 17 05:00:40 1993
From: Randy A Thompson <K5ZD at> (Randy A Thompson)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 1993 00:00:40 -0500 (EST)
Subject: More call sign stuff...
Message-ID: <Pine.3.87.9312170040.A22241-0100000 at>

Hi gang,

It is interesting that everyone assumes that a 1x2 call would be the 
ideal choice for a contest call.  I believe there are some 1x3 calls that 
are actually better than many 1x2's!  If I did have the chance to choose 
a call, I would probably request a 1x3.

I found using K3TUP in a few contests to not be any problem.  I always 
liked calls like W6PAA for example.

Just more grist for the mill.

Merry Christmas / Seasons Greetings.

Randy, k5ZD

>From Joel Magid <76450.2313 at CompuServe.COM>  Fri Dec 17 13:18:23 1993
From: Joel Magid <76450.2313 at CompuServe.COM> (Joel Magid)
Date: 17 Dec 93 08:18:23 EST
Subject: looking for KH2S
Message-ID: <931217131823_76450.2313_CHL22-1 at CompuServe.COM>

	Does anyone have an internet address for
	KH2S.....I thought I saw a post for it a while
	back .....thanks


>From Dubberstein Steve" <dubberstein_steve at  Fri Dec 17 12:48:11 1993
From: Dubberstein Steve" <dubberstein_steve at (Dubberstein Steve)
Date: 17 Dec 1993 20:48:11 +0800
Subject: Callsigns for Sale
Message-ID: <9312180255.AA19334 at>

I have watched with great interest from overseas the explosion in E-mail
concerning potential callsign selection for amateurs in the USA.  Much of the
discussion has centered around the process that will be used to allocate the
callsigns.  It seems no matter which method is selected, there will be a large
group who feel the system was not fairly administered.

This is a simple case of demand far outstripping supply.  In any capitalistic
market, this is solved by letting the price rise until the demand and supply
meet.  Government organizations such as the FCC in the USA are only now
beginning to profit from this, the best example being the recent decision to
auction off the "Personal Communications Service" spectrum around 1.8 GHz to
the highest bidders.

In Hong Kong, the government auctions off everything.  As an example,
automobile license plate numbers that are in demand are auctioned to the
highest bidder, sometimes fetching tens-of-thousands of dollars.  A example
closer to the allocation of callsigns would be the way automobile registrations
are sold in Singapore.  So that the supply of cars does not exceed the supply
of roads, once a year Singapore sells auto registrations to the highest
bidders.  Everyone who wants a registration applies with a cheque attached. 
The Singapore government then takes, for example, the top 10,000 bids and
issues them permission to register a vehicle; as the road system can handle
10,000 more cars for that year.  The system works quite will in controlling
supply/demand, and the marketplace knows by past history about how much it will
cost to register a car.

The application to USA ham vanity calls is simple.  On an annual or semi-annual
basis, the FCC accepts applications with bids attached, with a minimum bid
pre-defined by the FCC.  The application lists one or more callsigns desired by
the applicant, in order of preference.  Starting with the highest bid, the FCC
uses a simple computer program to see if any of the applicant's desired
callsigns are available.  Upon finding an available callsign, the applicant is
issued the call.  If none of the applicants desired calls are available, the
bid is returned to the applicant.  This is repeated for all applicants from
highest to lowest bid but still meeting the minimum bid.  Ties in bids are
solved by random selection.  The results are published (with bid prices) for
all to see so there is no room for foul play.  This also clearly shows the
market prices for callsigns.

Regarding licence class, the bid price would have priority but the applicant
could only select a callsign from his designated callsign block.

We are all entitled to an amateur callsign by automatic allocation from our
respective callsign block.  The allocation of a vanity call is clearly a
privilege, and perhaps the best and fairest way to administer this privilege is
to allow capitalism to prevail.

regards, steve VS6WO/NA9D

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Fri Dec 17 16:46:00 1993
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 93 08:46:00 PST
Subject: FW: vanity call rules
Message-ID: <2D11EA1F at admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

          By the way, I'll be at 9A1A or 9A1CRT in Zagreb for the next
          three months. CU for WW160 and both ARRL weekends.

          Dick Frey  K4XU  ex W1FCC ...not bad - it was self-duping
          harris.dfrey at

Could you consider a weekend in Z3-Macedonia-land??? It is
amazing the number of hams, myself included, still searching
for a Z3 qsl for ssb.  I have a couple on cw, but this doesn't help
my honor roll ssb number! Thanks! 73, tom WB4IUX

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Fri Dec 17 16:54:00 1993
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 93 08:54:00 PST
Subject: FW: Question on calls
Message-ID: <2D11EA4C at admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

From: v217uc5k
To: cq-contest
Subject: Question on calls
Date: Thursday, December 16, 1993 6:19PM

Do these new vanity callsigns mean that a general licensee say N2ABC will
be able to change his call to N2AB, namely an extra call sign?
Thanks de KF2MM...Ian

I'm going to argue to my death against it....73, Tom WB4IUX

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Fri Dec 17 16:49:00 1993
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 93 08:49:00 PST
Subject: FW: ethics question
Message-ID: <2D11EA28 at admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

Simultaneously: W1XYZ: "CQ contest from W1XYZ."
                W3XYZ: "CQ contest from W3XYZ."

                KU4A:  "W1XYZ from Kilowatt Uniform Four Alpha"
                (I had to include the call of the station I was calling
                so they would know which one I was calling.  I don't do
                this otherwise)

Simultaneously: W1XYZ: "KU4A 59 my-New-England-state."
                W3XYZ: "The frequency is in use."

                KU4A:  "59 Kentucky."

Simultaneously: W1XYZ: "Thank you; QRZ contest from W1XYZ"
What do YOU do in the circumstance of two (or more :-)) audible running
stations on the same (or nearly the same) frequency?  Work one or more
if you need them?  Avoid them so as to not cause QRM?

73 de Chris KU4A
ku4a at

Chris, what you did was the only way to do it.  Neither station could hear
each other, and the 10 seconds that you QRM'ed W3XYZ is irrelevant to
the entire contest.  Also, by giving the call of the station you wanted
(W1XYZ) it told W3XYZ you weren't calling him.  I had the same problem
with a W0 and a VE4 in the SS SSB.  I had the W0, but needed the
VE4 for a mult.  I waited until the W0 went QRZ'ed, called the VE4 with
his call and mine, and made the QSO.  It wasn't easy because the W0
wasn't going to stop Cq'ing...I don't blame him, either, because he
couldn't hear the VE4 and in his mind he was on a legitimate run freq.
However, I was going to get the VE4 mult no matter what.  I just didn't want
to do it in a totally rude they say, all is fair in love, 
and CONTESTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

73, TOM WB4IUX (awaiting W/K 4 ? ?)

>From Robert E.Naumann" <72240.1433 at CompuServe.COM  Fri Dec 17 14:57:42 1993
From: Robert E.Naumann" <72240.1433 at CompuServe.COM (Robert E.Naumann)
Date: 17 Dec 93 09:57:42 EST
Subject: Callsigns
Message-ID: <931217145741_72240.1433_EHK25-3 at CompuServe.COM>

K1ZX says:

"B) should start with K ideally, N is OK, but W is the worst...even a CW op
like myself knows that W has three syllables!"

Those of us who operate both modes KNOW that "Dubya" has 2 syllables!


I'm going to keep my call.

73 es Happy Holidays,
Bob Naumann KR2J
72240.1433 at

>From DKMC" <dkmc at  Fri Dec 17 14:57:56 1993
From: DKMC" <dkmc at (DKMC)
Date: 17 Dec 93 06:57:56 PST
Subject: Talk power in Phonetics
Message-ID: <CPLAN065.DKMC.3002.1993 12 17 0656 0656>

 Microsoft Mail v3.0 IPM.Microsoft Mail.Note
 From: McCarty, DK 'David'
 Subject:  Talk power in Phonetics
 Date: 1993-12-17 08:48
 Message ID: 0AA265CF
 Conversation ID: 0AA265CF


 Gary, W9XT, writes:

 >...K9KGA...spent a lot of time analyzing the power content of various
 letters and
 >phonetics.  He ultimately picked N0GA.  Apparently "Germany America" has a
 >very high average power.

 Average power may not be the desired characteristic, since it includes
 low-impact sounds as well as high.  Isn't it really the parts of the
 phonetic word which uniquely identify it which must come across clearly?
  You want your prey to hear the individual sounds (phonemes?) that make him
 recognize the words that uniquely represent the letters in your call.  He
 can miss parts of the word (low impact or power) and still recognize it by
 the high impact parts.

 David K. McCarty, K5GN
 dkmc at

>From geoiii at (George Fremin III)  Fri Dec 17 15:04:55 1993
From: geoiii at (George Fremin III) (George Fremin III)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 93 9:04:55 CST
Subject: rtty sprint scores
Message-ID: <9312171504.AA12521 at wixer>

 This was Troy Amateur Radio Association
     2nd Annual RTTY Sprint contest
   There wasn't as big of a turnout as
   expected. Guess having it at the
   sametime as 10mtr.Test wasn't a
   good idea..
      1993 Troy RTTY Sprint
           H/C SCORES
 Call    Qso's    Mults    Score    Power
AB5KD    134       39      5226      High
N2DL     101       33      3333      High
WS7I      90       37      3330      Low
WA6SDM    88       32      2816      High
K7GS      82       31      2542      High
N4ROL     58       36      2204      Low
VE7IRA    69       29      2001      Low
G0AZT/W6  66       29      1914
K7WUW     66       25      1716      Low
NY2U      65       26      1690
WA1VEZ    66       25      1650
WA8WRY    45       20       900
N2IBZ     29       11       319
 After all RTTY TEST's H/C Scores will
 be taken on 14088 by WS7I & on 7088
 by AB5KD, both on fsk...
 Tnx to all that sent in your scores.
 when I get more scores I'll post them.
   Send your RTTY H/C Scores to:
   VIA- E-Mail- ron481 at
   VIA- Packet- AB5KD @ N5LJF.#AUS.USA.NA
   Send Troy ARA RTTY Sprint Logs to:
          William J. Eddy NY2U
          2404-22nd Street,
          Troy, New York 12180-1901
  (Must be postmarked by: Tuesday 17-Jan-94)
         CU @ the Round-up,
           de Ron AB5KD


George Fremin III       ph:512-416-0140
Austin, Texas C.K.U.
WB5VZL aka w5kft

geoiii at

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