Reports on FT1000mp and IC-775dsp??

ki3v at ki3v at
Mon Oct 30 07:24:57 EST 1995


  Wonder how the new FT-1000mp and the IC-775dsp rigs worked this
weekend???   Problems....Comments...??    

 Thanks !    Rich KI3V/7   Nevada

   CU in SS!!

Richard Hallman               ki3v at
11870 Heartpine St           
Reno Nv  89506               ki3v at w7ta.#nonev.nv

>From Steven Affens <k3sa at>  Tue Oct 31 02:15:55 1995
From: Steven Affens <k3sa at> (Steven Affens)
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 21:15:55 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Contest packet spots
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.951030211415.4977A-100000 at>

Don't the map elements slowly die anyway... in about an hour's time?  I'm 
for refreshing even PJ9B's run freqs... anything goes ... especially 
during a sun spot min.

73 Steve K3SA

Steven C. Affens

On Mon, 30 Oct 1995, Dick Dievendorff wrote:

> I enjoy Single Op Assisted in CQWW SSB.
> The recent addition of the "Band Map" feature in a couple of popular contesting
> programs presents a very useful display of what's been spotted on the band.
> I suspect that the "rules of thumb" regarding what is a good thing to spot
> might have changed.
> It's clear that we should report rarish new mults when we encounter them (maybe
> after we work them).
> It's less clear that I should report PJ9B's new run frequency if he's moved
> from one end of the band to another.
> But what should I spot as I tune across the band?
> What do you other SOA guys say?  Do you want EVERYTHING reported?  Should the
> "rules of thumb" for spotting change given the Band Map feature?  What are
> those "rules of thumb"?
> Please respond to me directly, and I'll summarize the results.
> 73 de Dick, AA6MC
> dieven at

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