3.5 MHz WW Score at OH2LU

juhola at ibm.net juhola at ibm.net
Mon Nov 27 19:37:55 EST 1995

Hello, Friends:

Here's the result of 80 m efforts at OH2LU:

QSO's:   461 net
Zones:    17
Claimed Score: 58.805 points

Gear: TR-7/L-7, Ant: Inv. Vee at 12 m
PC: IBM PS/2 Note, TNC: KAM 7.1
Contest Program: OH2GI

73 de Tapani/OH2LU

juhola at ibm.net

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.ClemsonSC.ATTGIS.COM  Mon Nov 27 20:55:00 1995
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.ClemsonSC.ATTGIS.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 95 12:55:00 PST
Subject: Contest "Relief"
Message-ID: <30BA2797 at admin.ClemsonSC.ATTGIS.COM>

Yeah, but since you're in XE land I have to ask to WHICH ORIFICE you
make the connection??  Is Montezuma one of the ops???    ||;-}
73, tom WB4iUX

From: H. L. Serra
To: na2n
Cc: N3ADL; n0dh; km9p; cq-contest
Subject: Re: Contest "Relief"
Date: Thursday, November 23, 1995 11:46AM

N3ADL wrote:
> >   Jeez I thought it was common knowledge that FRCers use an empty half
> >gallon milk jug, an appropriate length of 1 1/2 inch diameter hose and a
> >couple of hose clamps <snip>

The 6E2T Contesters (ARRL DX CW M/2 World Champs) have a similar set up,
but we must use 6 inch diameter flexible drainage pipe secured with high
quality duct tape, and a 55 gallon drum on the receiving end. :>)

73, and Happy Thanksgiving,
Larry N6AZE

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