Where is WJ2O?

NJ1V at aol.com NJ1V at aol.com
Sat Apr 15 20:22:26 EDT 1995

Appears WJ2O is no longer on AOL. Anybody know his current Internet address?

Tnx es 73..............................................."victor"

John Guida NJ1V
nj1v at aol.com

>From Albert Crespo <wr6r at ccnet.com>  Sun Apr 16 00:42:52 1995
From: Albert Crespo <wr6r at ccnet.com> (Albert Crespo)
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 16:42:52 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: WR6R/KH6 ARRL & WR6R/WH6 WPX Scores
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9504151614.B26302-0100000 at ccnet3>


			160 	  7	     4
			 80	387         51
			 40    1115	    56
			 20	820         53
			 15    1618         58
			 10     967         50
		       TOTALS   4914        272    =  4,009,824

	Finally fixed 160 antenna at 2:00 AM Sunday, but storm wiped out
	any ability to hear anything. This is the only band I did not 
	have a second antenna, so maybe I learned my lesson and will make 
	sure I have a second antenna for 160!


			 80		219		31
			 40		781	       174
			 20		907            233
			 15	       1233            343
			 10	         63	        17
		 TOTALS                 3203           798 = 9,907,968

			Saturday night was fun on 20! Put up my 6 el 10 Yagi 
on a 80 foot tower, it was moved from a 15 foot wooden pole, but it still 
could not make propagation. 

			 Mahalo to all those who called-every QSO was 
					Aloha, Al

>From wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner)  Sun Apr 16 01:28:25 1995
From: wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner) (Bill Turner)
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 1995 00:28:25 +0000
Subject: Results:  Poisson d'Avril contest
Message-ID: <199504160029.AA14388 at mail.eskimo.com>

Station:  W7Lady'sZipperPuller
Time of Operation:  48 nanoseconds at request of xyl
Class of Operation:  good to excellent
Class of Competition:  fair to poor
Band Conditions:  groundwave not as good as last year
Output Power:  qrp compared to total output of sun
Equipment:  ex VOA transmitter, crystal set
Antennas:  of course, don't be silly
Club Affiliation:  not since that unfortunate incident last time

Number of QSOs:  almost one (see below)
Number of mults:  also almost one
Number of excuses:  only need one

Final Score:  almost one x almost one = slightly less than one

Soapbox:  Since operating time was limited this year, my RF was barely able
to excape my property line before time was up.  Fortunately, a mobile
operator passing in front of my house responded and his RF almost made it
back to my antenna.  Thus, the partial QSO and multiplier credit.  

The xyl says I can double my operating time next year    :-)

73, Bill

>From Matthew S. Trott" <0007288678 at mcimail.com  Sun Apr 16 02:39:00 1995
From: Matthew S. Trott" <0007288678 at mcimail.com (Matthew S. Trott)
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 95 20:39 EST
Subject: Poison of April
Message-ID: <25950416013952/0007288678PJ1EM at MCIMAIL.COM>

Stations worked but not heard:	623,456

Total multipliers: yes

Final score: Taking the total Q's by total multipliers = x

We worked zero stations via delayed echo so taking x divided by zero equals the
final score of INFINITY. 

We're hoping for improved condx next year. Can't wait to see how we faired.

aa7bg at mcimail.com

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