Hams near Soldotna,AK ???

KB5YVT at aol.com KB5YVT at aol.com
Tue Jul 11 00:45:17 EDT 1995

Trying to find a station to op NAQP SSB 8/19/95.  Will be in Soldotna, AK .
Will have to be near there as I will have very limited transportation.

Thanks  73  MIke  KB5YVT

>From Peter Reed <P.L.Reed at sussex.ac.uk>  Tue Jul 11 09:01:46 1995
From: Peter Reed <P.L.Reed at sussex.ac.uk> (Peter Reed)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 09:01:46 +0100
Subject: DL9WVM e-mail address?
Message-ID: <23338.199507110801 at solx1.central.susx.ac.uk>

Hi all - sorry that this is not strictly a "contest" related subject.
Had a e-mail from DL9WVM today asking me to confirm that I was A4XVK
and could still confirm contacts - I guess he is updating a master QSL
manager list. I tried replying but my reply bounced - meanwhile I had
deleted his mail to me!

Anyone know his e-mail address or, DL9WVM, if yu read this please mail
me again.

73...Peter, G4BVH

>From Takao KUMAGAI <je1cka at dumpty.nal.go.jp>  Tue Jul 11 10:11:08 1995
From: Takao KUMAGAI <je1cka at dumpty.nal.go.jp> (Takao KUMAGAI)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 18:11:08 +0900
Subject: [digest 6376] MOVE DATES FOR WPX
Message-ID: <199507110911.SAA18888 at dumpty.nal.go.jp>

In message "[digest 6376] MOVE DATES FOR WPX"
    on 95/07/09, NX7K at aol.com writes:

:   I agree with the suggestion to move CQ-WPX CW up to april since Dayton is
:   moving to May.  I think this would stimulate activity.  Conditions are
:   usually stinko in May.


JARL All JA contest( like SS by ARRL) will be held at April 29th
(this is the national holiday) for 24hours. And this might be the 
last week end of April like this year. 
Can you imagine the confusion?

	Tack Kumagai JE1CKA/KH0AM
	TEL:81-30-066-6408, FAX:81-423-93-4449
	Internet: je1cka at nal.go.jp

>From Larry Schimelpfenig <lschim at mailstorm.dot.gov>  Tue Jul 11 11:35:02 1995
From: Larry Schimelpfenig <lschim at mailstorm.dot.gov> (Larry Schimelpfenig)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 06:35:02 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9507110602.A2449-b100000 at mailstorm.dot.gov>

Single Op CW
IC735 100W KT34XA at 55' 20-10, Rotatable dipole @63' 40, N4KG reverse fed
GP 80, used the 80 mtr N4KG on 160

Band    Q's     Mults
160       5      3
 80     43      13
 40    261      38
 20    545      51
 15    219      36
 10     46      12
Total 1119     153  =  640,917 pts

Great conditions. Worked RZ9U on 15 at midnight local. 10 meters was much
better on Friday than during the test on Saturday, but considering all, no
complaints! The wide band noise (reportedly Radio Vatican) was a bit of a
problem on 20 for a short while Saturday night. Heard W1AW S&Ping on 160
real early Sunday morning, but couldn't draw them out. Asked the 80 meter
op about top band later. He said 0900. At 0900 heard nothing on the band,
but from the comments by Rich, sounds like the ops needed sleep worse than
I needed the mult! I pull my shorti beverages down during the summer, to
keep peace with the xyl.Took them down prior to CW WPX last year which was
a mistake. Waited until after WPX this year (even though I ended up
operating with the NJ4F group). I also pulled the wires used to transmit
on 160 down, so no decent low band receive antennas and ended up using the
80 meter N4KG special on 160 (it was good for 3 zones). 80 sounded good,
but noise was a problem. Agree with KF3P's comments on (rotten) qrm
during field day. Had one incident of frequency encroachment (that's
putting it nicely) in IARU. Things really got so slow in the 23rd hour
that I decided to bag it before I nodded off. This was indeed a great fun
contest. See y'all in NAQP CW. It's another fun shorti!

73 de Larry K7SV in VA - lschim at mailstorm.dot.gov

>From KAY, LEONARD" <LKAY at pria.com  Tue Jul 11 17:52:00 1995
From: KAY, LEONARD" <LKAY at pria.com (KAY, LEONARD)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 95 09:52:00 PDT
Subject: IARU HQ stations
Message-ID: <3002ACAA at pria.com>

>The rules allow an HQ station to operate a transmitter on each band/mode
>simultaneously but they also imply that, provided that all the stations
>are within the HQ's country, there can be up to six separate stations
>(i.e. separate callsigns at separate QTH) each one handling the SSB/CW on
>one band.

>73 de Pete
>ve5va.qrp at usask.ca

And this is exactly how HG9*HQ and DA0HQ rack up those mind-numbing
scores! A funny corollary is how, momentarily forgetting this, I
asked the 15M op at DA0HQ what their 10M running frequency was.
He didn't know.... :-)

73, Len

 Leonard Kay, KB2R            | "But we are not dealing with the
 PRI Automation, Inc.         |  normal world. We are chasing DX."
 Billerica, MA 01821          |    -- W9KNI, 'The Complete DXer'
 Internet: lkay at pria.com      |
 Editor, YCCC Scuttlebutt     | #include <disclaimer.h>

>From gclark at cel.cummins.com (Clark)  Tue Jul 11 14:22:08 1995
From: gclark at cel.cummins.com (Clark) (Clark)
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 95 08:22:08 EST
Subject: SquINT Certificates
Message-ID: <9507111322.AA14400 at cel.cummins.com>

To All SquINT'ers:
Official SquINT Certificates for the April 15th running of the event were 
mailed this morning to all who requested them.  Please check your certificate
when received for any errors and report them to my address below for
correction.  We hope the kids enjoy them!
Greg - KO9Y
gclark at cel.cummins.com

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