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Thu May 26 10:19:06 EDT 1994

From:   Mark Beckwith, WA6OTU - wa6otu at caltech.edu
To:     CAC Reflector
Date:   May 26, 1994

Forgive me, I'm still new at this.  When you guys are harping about putting
the email address on the message, is the header above sufficient?  Now I read
that, specifically, the email address is supposed to go at the end.  Why?  
MANY people have expressed a need for EVERYONE to be "line-conscious" and to
not babble on for paragraphs what can be said in less.  PerhapsWeShouldLeave

I don't get it.  This message looks complete to me without even putting any
indication of who I am at the END.

Mark Beckwith, WA6OTU
wa6otu at puck.caltech.edu

>From Peter G. Smith" <n4zr at netcom.com  Thu May 26 19:22:39 1994
From: Peter G. Smith" <n4zr at netcom.com (Peter G. Smith)
Date: Thu, 26 May 1994 11:22:39 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Bulletproof Phones
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9405261139.A2714-0100000 at netcom8>

The two sources of bulletproof phones are listed in the report.  They are:

Pro Distributors
2811 B 74th Street
Lubbock, TX 79423

Model tested:  Western Electric/ATT Desk Model with touch tone, $79.95

TCe Laboratories, Inc.
2365 Waterfront Park Drive
Canyon Lake, TX 78133

Model tested:  TPXL-D Desk Model, $59.95

73, Pete
n4zr at netcom.com
NOTE: New Address

>From Robert A. Wilson" <n6tv at VNET.IBM.COM  Thu May 26 20:52:28 1994
From: Robert A. Wilson" <n6tv at VNET.IBM.COM (Robert A. Wilson)
Date: Thu, 26 May 94 12:52:28 PDT
Subject: New JA window on 75

Received the following from Masa, JH3VNC.

73, Bob, N6TV
**** Message follows ****
  Subject: Another 75 meters band window we got

   On 5/20, Japanese Postal and Telecommunication services
  announced to release another 75 meters band window which
  is from 3747 to 3754 KHz. Total windows on 75 meters are
  now 3500 to 3575, 3791 to 3805, and 3747 to 3754 KHz.

   Anybody who have a license can get this privilege right
  after the announcement.

   Our goal is to push government to open the 75/160 meters
  bands more wider as a world most ham radio crowded country.

   Don't forget 3747 to 3754 KHz when you try to work JAs.

    73.  Masa    JH3VNC/WG2P   Yasu Plant,  Japan
    ( Editor of Five-Nine 80/75 meter DX band column )

>From WB1HBB  26-May-1994 0920 <wrothberg at smoken.enet.dec.com>  Thu May 26 14:24:47 1994
From: WB1HBB  26-May-1994 0920 <wrothberg at smoken.enet.dec.com> (WB1HBB 26-May-1994 0920)
Date: Thu, 26 May 94 09:24:47 EDT
Subject: No subject
Message-ID: <9405261324.AA04391 at us1rmc.bb.dec.com>

        Is anyone  using  a Nel-Tech DVK-100 with a TS-940?  I have wired
        mine according to  instructions from another user with this setup
        but am getting "noise"  (e.g.    "scratchy") either in the record
        process or the playback.   I  suspect  the  pin  outs  may not be
        Would appreciate any info on wiring this "old timer" up.
        Warren, WB1HBB
        wrothberg at smoken.enet.dec.com

>From ANDY MITCHELL, VA3CW" <AMITCHELL at GC1.GEORCOLL.ON.CA  Thu May 26 22:52:21 1994
Date: Thu, 26 May 1994 17:52:21 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: VX3BB QRV for CQ WPX CW
Message-ID: <940526175221.24217a1d at GC1.GEORCOLL.ON.CA>

Watch for VX3BB this weekend (m/s)!

73 es gud luck!

Central Ontario DX Enthusiasts (CODE!)

>From oo7 at astro.as.utexas.edu (Derek Wills)  Thu May 26 23:04:11 1994
From: oo7 at astro.as.utexas.edu (Derek Wills) (Derek Wills)
Date: Thu, 26 May 94 17:04:11 CDT
Subject: VX3BB QRV for CQ WPX CW
Message-ID: <9405262204.AA09586 at astro.as.utexas.edu>

	Watch for VX3BB this weekend (m/s)!

Hey, why don't some of you wacky Canajuns use a VE prefix in
some of these contests?   That's becoming the rarest one around!

You give us heart attacks with prefixes like CH6 that make us 
think for a moment that you are in Gambia (on cw, anyway), and 
then there are those that start with an X, getting the adrenalin 
flowing in case it's one of those rare Far East prefixes.

Sheesh, eh?     Derek aa5bt (oo7 at astro.as.utexas.edu, sigh)

>From James Brooks <0005851359 at mcimail.com>  Fri May 27 00:46:00 1994
From: James Brooks <0005851359 at mcimail.com> (James Brooks)
Date: Thu, 26 May 94 18:46 EST
Subject: 9V1YC in WPX CW
Message-ID: <22940526234622/0005851359NA1EM at mcimail.com>

Well, while it seems everyone else is *advertising* the
fact that they'll be active in WPX CW this weekend, I wont
miss the opportunity.

As usual, don't miss 9V1YC on ALL bands LOW POWER (100W) this 
weekend.  Chances are I wont be able to work any Stateside, 
but if I do, and conditions are decent, it will be around 
1200-1500Z on 20M.  

Hopefully, we will have the S6 prefix for use by next year's
WPX, but unfortuantely the telecoms dept. hasn't approved it
as of this week, so sorry, no new prefix. 

QSL via AA5BT, if anyone still needs a card.

>From barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner)  Fri May 27 02:58:33 1994
From: barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) (Barry Kutner)
Date: Fri, 27 May 94 01:58:33 GMT
Subject: TIC rotor indicator accuracy?
Message-ID: <awLymc1w165w at w2up.wells.com>

Hi all - I was talking with a local who told me he is very unhappy with 
the indicator on his TIC ring rotor. He sez the preset knob is fine, but 
meter needle flies all around. Anyone else experience this? If so, any 
fixes? 73 Barry

Barry N. Kutner, W2UP       Usenet/Internet: barry at w2up.wells.com
Newtown, PA                 Packet Radio: W2UP @ WB3JOE.#EPA.PA.USA.NA
                            Packet Cluster: W2UP >K2TW (FRC)

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