GOTTA PROBLEM WITH THE WIFE SAYING YOU'RE ON THE AIR TOO MUCH ?
perring at ICSI.Net
perring at ICSI.Net
Tue Apr 11 18:32:05 EDT 1995
Next time, just take her along.
While at VP2 fer the WPX, Mary Beth discovered she REALLY does like to
To quote "Where we going next?"
To quote "Isn't there another contest we could go off for coming up
To quote "I always thought your hobby had it's good points."
To quote "The next contest expedition we go on, will there be more
To quote "Honey, get ur code speed up so u can work more stations faster
next time and go to beach with me more next time ?!?"
To quote "I guess we won't be going to see my folks next Thanksgiving, so
where we going fer the contest?"
Email: perring at icsi.net
>From Tim Coad" <Tim_Coad at smtp.svl.trw.com Wed Apr 12 00:39:57 1995
From: Tim Coad" <Tim_Coad at smtp.svl.trw.com (Tim Coad)
Date: 11 Apr 1995 16:39:57 -0700
Subject: Speaking of wives and conte
Message-ID: <n1414503787.20039 at smtp.svl.trw.com>
Reply to: Speaking of wives and contesting.....
>Next time, just take her along.
>While at VP2 fer the WPX........
Yes bring them along on the trip. My XYL sat and read books on the beach in
Aruba for a whole week while I played (worked!) in CQWW one year. At first I
felt sorry for her that she had nothing to do....Turns out thats exactly what
she wanted. Nothing to do! (However, we did do our share of snorkling/swiming
and other fun stuff after the contest was over.)
BTW, Just this past weekend, the same XYL and I were working in the backyard
when I saw her gazing at the 7 ele monobander on my rotatable skyneedle. She
looked at me and said,"You know, in a way, it really is quite beautiful isnt
Wow, How about that!
Wish I had a tape recorder:-)
Tim - NU6S
>From ironsp at fox.nstn.ns.ca (Phil Irons) Wed Apr 12 01:52:38 1995
From: ironsp at fox.nstn.ns.ca (Phil Irons) (Phil Irons)
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 1995 20:52:38 -0400
Subject: Prop Info
Message-ID: <199504112352.UAA23941 at Fox.NSTN.Ca>
>I suggested to Lee that if cq-contest wasn't appropriate, that perhaps
>the dx reflector (dx at unbc.edu to post, dx-request at unbc.edu to subscribe)
>was. I did not hear back.
>And, if the DX reflector is not appropriate (I don't see why not),
>then we could create a propagation reflector with the help of someone
>with the resources.
>I also enjoy'd Lee's postings...
>> If anyone knows of a Propagation list or reflector, please send me a
>> note direct. I did enjoy KH6BZF's postings last week.
>> Tim K3LR
I also replied to Lee regarding the DX reflector:
>>>Propagation is important to dxers too!
Here's Lee's reply to me:
>>>you bet it is. i thought it might be a valuable contribution on my
>>>part. but, the sysop felt it was out of bounds and its his game!
I guess we'll have to find somewhere else to do it!!
Phil Irons VE1BVD at VE1PAK ironsp at fox.nstn.ca
The only stupid question is the one you *DON'T* ask!
>From Dravland, Todd" <ToddD at dci.state.sd.us Wed Apr 12 01:53:00 1995
From: Dravland, Todd" <ToddD at dci.state.sd.us (Dravland, Todd)
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 95 17:53:00 PDT
Subject: sprINT WD0T
Message-ID: <2F8BECAE at sdmailgw.state.sd.us>
-6 ele Tribander @ 40ft
-2 ele 40m @ 45ft
N6TR ver 5.20 (1st time used)
I should get 2 STUPID awards for this effort. First, I had a 15 minute
8 minutes into the contest after working WA2SRQ for the second time. I was
attempting to figure out how to log him and the computer kept calling him a
wouldn't allow me to log him. After much head scratching and manual
it out. Then, today at lunch when I was preparing the log to send to Tree,
I did a COPY
of log.tmp to log.dat instead of a MERGE and I basically destroyed my log.
bad happening. HELLO negative points :-)) !!!
Band conditions were very bad here in SD, signals were strange on 20m. One
a signal would be loud, then the next very weak. Best sigs go to K5ZD, K7GM
with many other good ones. 40m was a veritable weak signal fest.
But, had a great time again, can't wait for the next one! I need more time
out N6TR software!
Thanks for all the Q's
73, Todd WD0T
toddd at dci.state.sd.us
>From Patrick Collins <pcollins at freenet.columbus.oh.us> Wed Apr 12 14:47:24 1995
From: Patrick Collins <pcollins at freenet.columbus.oh.us> (Patrick Collins)
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 1995 09:47:24 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Spring Time/Love & Contests
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9504120924.A25484-7100000 at acme>
Ahhhhh.....It must be spring time....Love & contests in the air.
>From De Syam <syam at Glue.umd.edu> Wed Apr 12 14:51:34 1995
From: De Syam <syam at Glue.umd.edu> (De Syam)
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 1995 09:51:34 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Full details on the SEANET contest (fwd)
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.950412095008.1279D-100000 at mocha.eng.umd.edu>
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 1995 12:47:50 +0700 (GMT+0700)
From: Anthony Richard Waltham <tonyw at nwg.nectec.or.th>
To: De Syam <syam at Glue.umd.edu>
Subject: Full details on the SEANET contest
Please find below the entire rules, etc. for the SEANET contest, from
Obviously, the sooner this is posted on the contest reflector, the
sooner it will appear in bulletins and ham magazines. We will probably do
a mailing separately to the likes of QST, etc. Rather than for me to post
this to the contest reflector, which I do not subscribe to, I thought it
might be more appropriate for you to do this -- if that's Okay with you.
Looking forward to our sked this evening; have not checked the solar
condx yet, but will do after this.
Here follows text, rules, etc. of the SEATEST '95.
SEANET CONTEST 1995
SEANET WORLD WIDE DX CONTEST 1995
The Radio Amateur Society of Thailand (RAST) invites worldwide
participation in this year's "SEANET 95" contest to all radio
amateur operators to publicise the holding of the 23rd Annual
Seanet Convention in the beautiful island of Koh Samui in the
Gulf of Thailand, on the 17th, 18th & 19th November 1995
(Friday to Sunday) in the spirit of ...
"World-Wide Friendship of Ham Radio"
CONTEST TIMES & DATES:
CW Contest: 0001z Saturday 22 July to 2359z Sunday 23 July 1995
SSB Contest: 0001z Saturday 19 Aug. to 2359z Sunday 20 Aug. 1995
BANDS : 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres (No WARC bands).
1. Single band - single operator
2. Multi band - single operator
3. Multi band - multi operators for Club/Dxpedition stations
POWER INPUT : As stipulated in the regulations governing the licence
of the operators.
CONTEST CALL : "CQ SEA" for CW and "CQ SEATEST" for SSB contest.
REPORTING : RST/RS report plus serial numbers starting with 001 and
increased by one for each successive contact.
OUTSIDE SEANET AREA stations will contact SEANET AREA STATIONS only
i.e. A4, A5, A6, A7, A9, AP, BV, BY/BZ, DU, EP, HL, HS/E21,
all the Japan call areas, JD1, JY, KH2, P29, S21, S79, VK, VQ9,
VS6/VR2, VU, V85, XU, XV/3W, XW, XX9, YB/YC/YD/YE, ZK, ZL/ZM,
3B6/3B7/3B8/3B9, 4S7, 4X/4Z, 8Q7, 9K2, 9M2, 9M6, 9M8, 9N1 and 9V1.
SEANET AREA stations will contact all areas of the world including
the SEANET area stations.
Contacts between OUTSIDE SEANET AREA stations will not be counted.
1 qso point for each contact and 3 multiplier points for each
country worked. Contact with own country have no qso points but
counted for multiplier points.
Contacts on cross modes or cross bands or mixed cw/ssb logs will
be disqualified. Operators are not allowed to transmit two or
more signals at the same time on the same band.
Only one contact per band with the same station will be counted.
Contest numbers should begin with 001 on each different band.
All entries in violation of the contest rules, incorrect
statements in the submitted reports, taking points from duplicate
contacts, and practices against the brotherhood of amateur radio
will be disqualified.
The decision of the SEANET Contest Committee shall be final.
ENTRIES, LOGS AND SUMMARY SHEETS:
All entries must be in the form of logs and summary sheets showing
claimed scores band by band plus the total score claimed must be
signed by the operator(s).
Entries must be received not later than 31st October 1995.
Results will be announced at the SEANET 1995 Convention in Koh Samui,
Kingdom of Thailand on 18th November 1995.
If you require a result slip be sent to you, please enclose 3 irc's
together with your entry.
Please post your entry logs to the address below :-
SEANET CONTEST MANAGER 1995
ESHEE RAZAK - 9M2FK
P O BOX 13
10700 PENANG, MALAYSIA.
=== END TEXT OF CONTEST RULES ====
The only real anomalies I note is the inclusion of ZK (Cook Is) which is
slap in the mid-Pacific, and the exclusion of KH0 if they are going to
include KH2... (but that's nit-picking?); also feel that YA should be in
there, and wonder why the Asian countries of the former USSR might not be
included -- not that they check in to SEANET very often. UA0, UA9 and JT
would seem to fit the bill too, but it could be argued that they are in
Region 1. Anyhow, let me know if sending this on to the Contest Reflector
poses any problems, and if so, I'll look up the address in the CQ Almanac
and post it myself. It should be easy enough either to forward, and edit
out my contents in pine, or to save it to a file, edit it, add any
comments of your own, and then post.
See you on sked.
73 de HS0/G4UAV
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