Call Book CD
jefray at comsys.net
Sun Jul 14 19:37:22 EDT 1996
Can't recall where I originally read the posting someone made abt the
"new" 1996 Radio Amateur Call Book, so if this msg is out of order here,
my apologies in advance!
I am VERY disappointed since purchasing the "Summer Edition. Fully
Updated" <Title description>. No way is this a "Summer Edition", unless
of course that refers to when it was sold instead of when the data was
last compiled. I have TWO other CD's with more current info. Sorry Call
Book, but once bitten, twice shy.
Jerry, KB9NMU <Not listed in the "Fully Updated" release>
>From k3ww at fast.net (Charles Fulp) Mon Jul 15 00:25:04 1996
From: k3ww at fast.net (Charles Fulp) (Charles Fulp)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 23:25:04 +0000
Subject: WRTC Cluster update/correction
Message-ID: <199607142324.TAA17515 at nn.fast.net>
It was pointed out that the built in search stops at 25, so
all the ties for most spots were a function of the technique used.
The good news is that the totals are not dramatically different.
So K6T was the most frequently spotted station (heard no speculation
as to who that might be).
>From wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner) Mon Jul 15 01:20:25 1996
From: wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner) (Bill Turner)
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 00:20:25 GMT
Subject: 24 Hour Contests!! Here here!
References: <960714171755_155861399 at emout10.mail.aol.com>
Message-ID: <31e98dcf.14712602 at mail.eskimo.com>
On Sun, 14 Jul 1996 17:17:57 -0400, A51DX wrote:
>Dunno about you but I find the 24 hour format of the IARU contest a real
>family pleaser...Noone really kills themselves and even if you guest op
>someplace you can get home before noon on Sunday. You have your contest
>fix...the YL has you back for Sunday.... The "net" guys have few hours of
>primetime to play and your boss won't have a tired worker for Monday. Perhaps
>the other contest organizers should take note (cept for CQ es ARRL)....
> 73 de D.E. A51DX
I understand the point of view, but in a masochistic sort of way, I like a 48
hour no-limits single operator contest too. It's the same reason people run
marathons I suppose. When it's all over you're beat to a pulp but it feels
73, Bill W7LZP
wrt at eskimo.com
>From barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) Sun Jul 14 23:29:59 1996
From: barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) (Barry Kutner)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 96 22:29:59 GMT
Subject: 1995 WAE results?
Message-ID: <o9R3qD3w165w at w2up.wells.com>
Has anyone received the Results book for the 1995 WAEDC contests? If not,
anyone know when they will be out? Tnx/Barry
Barry N. Kutner, W2UP Internet: barry at w2up.wells.com
Newtown, PA Packet Radio: W2UP @ WB3JOE.#EPA.PA.USA.NA
Packet Cluster: W2UP >WB2R (FRC)
>From harpole at pegasus.cc.ucf.edu (Charles H. Harpole) Mon Jul 15 02:03:04 1996
From: harpole at pegasus.cc.ucf.edu (Charles H. Harpole) (Charles H. Harpole)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 21:03:04 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: whissey stuff
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.93.960714205521.13637C-100000 at Pegasus>
I say use of packet during contests and making "other-band" skeds and QSYs
are for whisses, puny ops., sissies, nerd pluses, and the like.
Gimmey it raw, please. de K4VUD
P.S.: What a pleasure to operate IARU without all those pushy,
inconsiderate operators and their over-blown
signals from the "top" stations. Hurray WRTC, do it again and again!!!
I got another suggestion of how to get non-contesters to join in the
contest fun: be considerate and polite to " " when they call you
and say things like, "What is the exchange" etc. And, the standard for
politeness in S. Am. is much higher than US, so take it easy on them and
they will join the fun too, maybe. 73, K4VUD
>From no2tj at buttercup.cybernex.net (Jerry) Mon Jul 15 02:32:32 1996
From: no2tj at buttercup.cybernex.net (Jerry) (Jerry)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 21:32:32 -0400
Subject: What URL?
Message-ID: <126.96.36.199.19960715013232.0067e074 at bc.cybernex.net>
What WWW location has the details of who, where and when for the WRTC. I am
curious about the differences in the 40 meter signals from the various 1x1s.
Did anybody check the stations out before the test?
de NO2T Jerry no2tj at bc.cybernex.net
>From k7yha at juno.com (richard h. arland) Mon Jul 15 07:52:27 1996
From: k7yha at juno.com (richard h. arland) (richard h. arland)
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 01:52:27 EST
Subject: IARU/WRTC Championships
Message-ID: <19960715.015244.4543.4.k7yha at juno.com>
I'm kinda new to this e-mail/internet stuff so please bear (bare?) with
The IARU contest this weekend was an outstanding event. To all of those
involved with the WRTC: "Well done". Lets not wait another 6 years to do
I managed to work 14 (quit laughing!) of the Team Stations from the east
coast with my Argonaut 515 (I saw a snicker...) at 2.5 watts output
(yeah, your linear filaments run more power than that) and a TH7DX @ 52
feet all on 20 meters. Only had a few hours to devote to the contest but
had loads of fun and it was a very positive experience. I guess I
qualify to get a WRTC letter opener. Now I have something to open my
Thanks to all.
73 rich K7YHA
>From bernie.mcclenny at mail.wdn.com (Bernie McClenny, WR3E) Mon Jul 15 09:39:30 1996
From: bernie.mcclenny at mail.wdn.com (Bernie McClenny, WR3E) (Bernie McClenny, WR3E)
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 01:39:30 -0700
Subject: WRTC who's who
Message-ID: <31EA03C2.7F8 at mail.wdn.com>
OK If no one else will start this thread I will.
W6V was KF3P and KR2
Anyone know who any of the other stations were?
de Bernie, WR3E
>From w6go at netcom.com (Jay O'Brien - W6GO) Mon Jul 15 02:45:26 1996
From: w6go at netcom.com (Jay O'Brien - W6GO) (Jay O'Brien - W6GO)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 18:45:26 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: WRTC: Preliminary results
Message-ID: <199607150145.SAA19456 at netcom18.netcom.com>
>From : W6GO
To : ALLCAN
Date : 15-Jul-1996
Time : 0126Z
Subject: WRTC: Preliminary results
Size : 647
Preliminary results as reported to me by N6IG who left the following
information on my telephone recorder at 5:38 pm today:
First place: KR0Y & K1TO 761,829 (W6X)
2nd: K4BAI & KM9P 678,132 (K6T)
3rd: K6LL & N2IC 655,720 (W6R)
4th: VE3EJ & VE3IY 647,112 (K6P)
5th: K4UEE & N6IG 644,059 (K6C)
6th: K5ZD & WX3N
7th: K1KI & K3UA
8th: 9A3A & S53R
9th: KF9P & KR2J
10th: K8CC & K5GO
11th: W2GD & W0UA
12th: N6TV & K7SS
13th: K1DG & K1AR
Sorry for the incomplete info, but all I have to work from is the
>From slay at netcom.com (Sandy Lynch) Mon Jul 15 02:48:26 1996
From: slay at netcom.com (Sandy Lynch) (Sandy Lynch)
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 1996 18:48:26 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: WRTC - names,calls & HOSTS ..please
Message-ID: <199607150148.SAA03498 at netcom15.netcom.com>
Like many others, the WRTC'96 was the primary reason for my
participation in this year's IARU test. When the final
results are tallied and announced, along with identifying
who was operating under which 1x1 callsign, I'd be interested
to know two or maybe three other bits of info:
1) callsign of the host station (they deserve kudos for their
hospitality - don't ya think?).
2) the call of the judge/ref at each 1x1 (kudos again)
3) the actual city location of each station - since they were
actually scattered through-out the greater San Francisco
Bay Area ... it'd be interesting to see what happened (speaking
as a former resident of that area ....).
Also ... one more time ... a list of names/calls of the guys who
pulled it together. BIG time kudos to the likes of AA6KX, W6QHS,
W6OAT, etc ..... Makes me proud just to have even worked them.
Congrats and 73 to all,
Proudly wearing my old NCCC badge around the house! :-)
slay at netcom.com
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