RalphKD1R at aol.com RalphKD1R at aol.com
Wed Apr 26 10:21:34 EDT 1995

Fred Thank you for your elequant report regarding the loss to our hobby of
W1CF.  I knew Dana from afar when I lived in the Boston area and could count
on him for counsal.  Dana will be missed.
Again thank you for bringing the news in such a dignified and informative

Ralph Stetson KD1R former WA1QQV

>From Draper, Bruce L." <draperbl%smtplink.mdl.sandia.gov at sass165.sandia.gov  Wed Apr 26 15:31:35 1995
From: Draper, Bruce L." <draperbl%smtplink.mdl.sandia.gov at sass165.sandia.gov (Draper, Bruce L.)
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 95 08:31:35 MDT
Subject: NCJ & Dayton
Message-ID: <9503267989.AA798910295 at smtplink.mdl.sandia.gov>

Sorry, but I'm not going to be able to make it to Dayton 
this year.  I hope some of you will remember to pack a 
camera, take some contester photos, and share them with
NCJ readers.

BTW, the May/June NCJ will be printed by this Friday and 
should be in mailboxes soon. Here's what's inside:

 * 1994 9G5AA CQWW CW Expedition
 * Automatically Switched Receive Bandpass Filters
 * Beetle Valley Virus
 * C4C Excursion for WAEDC
 * Contest Quiz
 * Review of the Force 12 Monobanders for 20 and 15
 * Profile of AH6AZ
 * A System for Rating Contest Operators
 * History/Explanation of the California QSO Party
 * Up the Tower column
 * Contest Tips, Tricks, and Techniques column
 * VHF-UHF Contesting column
 * QRP Contesting column (new!)
 * International Contests

Because of space constraints, we had to hold an article about
operating the 10-meter contest from 5Z4 and a nice review of
the new ETO 91B amplifier -- they'll appear in the July/Aug issue.
And that one is filling up fast, so if there's anything you'd 
like to submit, you'd better do it soon!

        -Bruce  AA5B

>From John Pescatore <jpescato at CapAccess.org>  Wed Apr 26 15:46:59 1995
From: John Pescatore <jpescato at CapAccess.org> (John Pescatore)
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 1995 10:46:59 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Ring rotors on contest stations
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9504261058.B2212-8100000 at cap1.capaccess.org>

With the high rotators prices there may still be room for more
manufacturers of good rotators of the ringrotator type and prop pitch
type.  More competition might keep the prices more reasonable.

(Rich Boyd KE3Q)

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