KJ6HO at aol.com KJ6HO at aol.com
Wed Oct 11 11:35:53 EDT 1995

results were as follows:

          cw              ssb
80     13                35

40     61                57
20     62                50
15     9                  25
10     0                  2

      145               169 =314qs at 44 mults 9 hours=34,012 pts

had to work saturday,so got a real late start..decided to work on my cw
instead of trying 
for a bottle of wine..thanks to all who didnt mind giving me fills..73 cu
next year..larry

>From dgf at netcom.com (David Feldman)  Wed Oct 11 15:26:02 1995
From: dgf at netcom.com (David Feldman) (David Feldman)
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 07:26:02 -0700
Subject: Digital Voice Keyer info: Thanx!
Message-ID: <199510111426.HAA12132 at netcom23.netcom.com>

Many thanx to the dozen or so people that gave me such good info on stand-
alone DVK's. I'm definately going to act on some/all of the suggestions. Also
per several requests I'll format/summarize and re-post to the list in the next
couple of days. Now I'm really looking forward to SS this year!

73 Dave WB0GAZ dgf at netcom.com

>From Jim Stockwell <74503.53 at compuserve.com>  Wed Oct 11 15:43:48 1995
From: Jim Stockwell <74503.53 at compuserve.com> (Jim Stockwell)
Date: 11 Oct 95 10:43:48 EDT
Subject: CQP with Murphy in Mono
Message-ID: <951011144348_74503.53_EHH163-1 at CompuServe.COM>

>Hi Jim!  When I worked you guys on my temporary 15m dipole at 30
>feet (just in new QTH), I couldn't quite tell the name of your county.
>I thought you were saying 'M O R N O' or something similar.  Is that
> a local pronunciation so it doesn't sound like ur saying MONO/
>Mononucleosis???  ;-))

We did get lots of requests for repeats on the county name, but we stuck with
the official local pronunciation which is like Mono - nucleosis.   We were at
almost 8,000 ft elevation on the Eastern side of the High Sierra.  The scenery
is so dramatic and beautiful it can even help you forget your bouts with Murphy.

73, Jim, WA6GDS

>From Greg Becker <gb546 at bard.edu>  Wed Oct 11 15:51:20 1995
From: Greg Becker <gb546 at bard.edu> (Greg Becker)
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 10:51:20 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Rad Shack DSP
Message-ID: <Pine.A32.3.91.951011104917.80944A-100000 at core.bard.edu>

I saw a bunch of traffic recently (within the past few months) about the 
Radio Shack DSP unit, but can't find anything in my archives.

Local store has them on clearance - any comments for use on the 
second/S&P contest radio? I have an IC-725, which doesn't have the best 

73, Greg

Greg Becker NA2N
gb546 at bard.edu

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