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bill.lumnitzer at bill.lumnitzer at
Fri Dec 6 16:51:05 EST 1996

 Pi> The Handbook said on page 28:
 Pi> "Can the MULT station call CQ? Yes, but it can only log new
 Pi> multipliers for credit."

 Pi> So Bill we hope to have done the right thing: 
 Pi> - we probably gave you a new multipliers as IK4EWK.
 Pi> - we did not log you in our IQ4A logs on 10, because you were not a
 Pi> MULT and we could't   log you.

 Pi> 73 de Claudio I4VEQ/IQ4

Hi Claudio:

The first paragraph above says, "it can only log new multipliers for CREDIT".
Doesn't this mean that, of course, you should log ALL stations contacted, but
assign 0 POINTS to all NON MULTIPLIER Q's?  That is MY interpretation anyway!

73 Bill N6CQ/3

CU in ARRL 160 from K3SV, M/S!

>From Fatchett.Mike at (Fatchett, Mike)  Fri Dec  6 22:20:19 1996
From: Fatchett.Mike at (Fatchett, Mike) (Fatchett, Mike)
Date: 06 Dec 1996 15:20:19 -0700
Subject: Cables for DVP Cards for TR
Message-ID: <0472532A89C23043*/c=us/admd=attmail/prmd=tci/o=mailhub/ou=msmaildos/s=Fatchett/g=Mike/@MHS>

Do you still need a DVP card or will a soundblaster work?


>From k7jj at (Dave Earnest)  Fri Dec  6 22:40:34 1996
From: k7jj at (Dave Earnest) (Dave Earnest)
Date: Fri, 06 Dec 1996 14:40:34 -0800
Subject: Cables for DVP Cards for TR
References: <32A8929C.4A27 at>
Message-ID: <32A8A0E2.41C67EA6 at>

I bought my CT DVP card 2 years ago and got the cables at the same time.
It's possible the cable is still available from whomever is distributing
the CT program and DVP board.  Purchasing the "factory" made cable was
more convenient for me. It provides all the necessary connectors for
mic, ptt, earphones and footswitch.

73, Dave K7JJ

>From gdaught6 at (George T. Daughters)  Fri Dec  6 15:16:04 1996
From: gdaught6 at (George T. Daughters) (George T. Daughters)
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 1996 15:24:04 +0008
Subject: dvp board
Message-ID: <199612062323.PAA05608 at mailhub.Stanford.EDU>


just want to share my experience.  i bought CT 9.0 when it came out, 
and then wanted a DVP, too.  i bought the k1ea board, and cables for 
my ICOM radio.  yes, i surely could have built the cables, and yes, i 
probably could have programmed a sound blaster board to provide 
audio, and yes, i probably could have designed and built a DVP card, 
too... but i wanted to go contesting!

the board arrived with good documentation.  i hooked everything up, 
and it *ALL* worked, first time, no sweat.  for me, it was some bucks

usual disclaimer... this ain't a commercial, just a single experience 
from a single (satisfied) customer.

73 es gl,


>From aa0cy at (ROBERT WANDERER)  Fri Dec  6 05:07:26 1996
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 1996 21:07:26 -0800
Subject: Money and Skill
Message-ID: <01BBE39F.88D3AEA0 at>

Well, if you have the money but not the skill, just go
and hire some former Soviet Spetsnaz (Special 
Forces) soldiers to cut your competitor's cables!

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