So what ITU zone AM I in, anyway?
Joel B Levin
jbl at levin.mv.com
Sun Jul 14 21:16:11 EDT 1996
On Sun, 14 Jul 1996 14:34:01 -0500 you wrote:
|I checked the '95 ARRL Handbook. Nope. How 'bout the K1DG CQ Almanec.
|No way. The Internet? Zippo. The rules? Nadda. Where's one of them
|fancy maps with both zones on it? Not in my house.
There are maps in the book I call my ham bible, the ARRL Operating Manual
(for operating, as opposed to technical, information, it beats the Handbook
all to hell, IMHO). The league web page, under contests, under IARU
Championship, has two world maps (b/w and color) and textual descriptions of
the zones for W/VE. I only glanced at it (I know I'm in 8) but I recall
that some states were split, and I think WI was one of them. Any, check
that page; it's a gold mine.
73 Scott KA9FOX ...in the Twilight Zone
And nice to work you -- twice. I don't remember what zone you signed, but
they were the same both times or I would have noticed the discrepancy in CT
73 / JBL KD1ON
>From jreid at aloha.net (Jim Reid) Sun Jul 14 21:33:15 1996
From: jreid at aloha.net (Jim Reid) (Jim Reid)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 10:33:15 -1000
Subject: Winner Prediction
Message-ID: <184.108.40.206.19960714203315.006a7e10 at aloha.net>
At 01:37 PM 7/14/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I predict the WRTC team winner will have a "K6" call.
>zx k1zx at contesting.com
I predict it will be K6W; he was one of only two that moved
me from 20 to 15 to 10 and set up a sked for 40 several hours
later. Unfortunately, never heard him in the race on 40 during
the last hour, so missed that one. Only one other station
moved me from 15 to 10; but never heard him on 20 or 40.
73, Jim, AH6NB
>From n4kw at citrus.infi.net (Pete Raymond) Sun Jul 14 21:34:28 1996
From: n4kw at citrus.infi.net (Pete Raymond) (Pete Raymond)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 16:34:28 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: WRTC2, What a Success
Message-ID: <199607142034.QAA19478 at mh004.infi.net>
Congratulations to all involved, a great success. I sure would like to
thank everyone for providing me with a great 18 hours of CW, what a blast.
The rate meter was at its lowest level ever, but the pleasure was just great.
Looking forward to hearing all about the scores and who the operators were etc.
Best hunting trip I've ever been on
clean sweep on 20, 41 on 40 with 1/4w sloper, no 10 or 15 operations.
73 and thanks for a great event Pete N4KW
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