N3ADL at aol.com
N3ADL at aol.com
Sun Dec 17 07:11:04 EST 1995
Well I guess it's time to fess up...We've caused enuff bandwidth useage!
The 14001. signal is the new FRC SuperStation out near Annapolis,Md.
I'm sworn to to keep the exact site a secret but It is evident when cruising
by from the FRC yacht. This project started last year on April 1st when FRC
announced its annexation of PVRC in its April newsletter. The station will
be manned by the 1st FRC/PVRC contest team in time for ARRL CW. Team members
are currently testing the various 20m stacks (the present stack is 8/8/8 at
200'...one of 4-20m arrays on site). Once the site is operational, Tyler,
KF3P will have guest passes to the base for visitor tours. I apologize to my
FRC/PVRC brethern for letting the cat out of the bag but this thread just
went on too long.
73 de Doug //
N3ADL // V26DX
>From robbins at berkshire.net (David Robbins) Sun Dec 17 20:18:18 1995
From: robbins at berkshire.net (David Robbins) (David Robbins)
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 1995 12:18:18 -0800
Subject: 14001 signal
Message-ID: <01BACC79.D9FF3440 at ppp29.berkshire.net>
there was a similar situation a year or so ago.. was eventually traced =
to a jacksonville area military base. i think it was even on that same =
ky1h at berkshire.net
From: Ray Rocker[SMTP:rocker at datasync.com]
Sent: Saturday, December 16, 1995 16:37 PM
To: cq-contest at tgv.com
Subject: Re: 14001 signal
Well, it's about 12:30 am local time, the band is dead, but the
carrier is there, peaking about S6. Like really strong scatter.
About the same strength as, say, WEWN or WYFR would be on 13 mHz
Whoever they are, I hereby claim first dibs on guest opping
Single Band 20m from their station.
>From n2ba at cnct.com (Brooke Allen) Sun Dec 17 13:08:52 1995
From: n2ba at cnct.com (Brooke Allen) (Brooke Allen)
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 1995 08:08:52 -0500
Subject: nternet reverse beacon
Message-ID: <199512171308.IAA01752 at cnct.com>
Just to follow up on my posting last week on the subject of a
radio connected to internet:
WO5L pointed me to an R8 on the net at:
Also, numerous people asked how to find cameras connected on the net.
I suggest you try the "Peeping Tom" home page at:
73, Brooke Allen, n2ba at cnct.com
Brooke Allen 11 Columbus Avenue
Eve Oppenheim Allen Glen Ridge NJ 07028
n2ba at cnct.com 1-201-509-1830
>From Stan Stockton <stans at taurus.oursc.k12.ar.us> Sun Dec 17 13:45:23 1995
From: Stan Stockton <stans at taurus.oursc.k12.ar.us> (Stan Stockton)
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 1995 07:45:23 -0600 (CST)
Subject: 14001 signal
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.3.91.951217073833.24257B-100000 at taurus.oursc.k12.ar.us>
These guys are just trying to upstage ETO with the ole brick-on-the-key
trick. I vote that we get them to QSY down 2 khz and leave it there
forever. If anyone finds out how much power and what antenna they are
using, please post it. Sounds like 50 KW to a vertical.
On Sun, 17 Dec 1995, Ray Rocker wrote:
> Well, it's about 12:30 am local time, the band is dead, but the
> carrier is there, peaking about S6. Like really strong scatter.
> About the same strength as, say, WEWN or WYFR would be on 13 mHz
> Whoever they are, I hereby claim first dibs on guest opping
> Single Band 20m from their station.
> Ray WQ5L
>From Paul Mackanos <pmackano at vortex.weather.brockport.edu> Sun Dec 17 14:11:38 1995
From: Paul Mackanos <pmackano at vortex.weather.brockport.edu> (Paul Mackanos)
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 1995 09:11:38 -0500 (EST)
Subject: NAReflector ???
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9512170939.A2058-0100000 at vortex>
Hi, just got a few bucks, burning a holee in my pocket, and thought of
buying NA & Contest Vocie Blaster. LTA sent me a nice info pack, and an
address for the NA reflector. It is na-user-request at eng.pko.dec.com. The
usual SUBSCRIBE in the body, etc.
Well, my server says the address is UNKNOWN ??
Anyone got anything they can help me out with ???
73 de Paul
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