CQ contest rules query

K9NW at aol.com K9NW at aol.com
Sat Nov 30 20:24:40 EST 1996

The CQ World Wide Handbook by K3EST addresses this very question--YES!  I
don't have the book with me for a direct quote but I remember reading it

Also, if you are contributing to a club score you can work stations on all
bands and submit your "all band" score for club credit while your single band
entry remains intact.


Mike K9NW
K9NW at aol.com

>From n2uck at juno.com (Roman S Makuch)  Sun Dec  1 05:08:29 1996
From: n2uck at juno.com (Roman S Makuch) (Roman S Makuch)
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 21:08:29 PST
Subject: nowe programy logujace w SP
References: <01BBDED4.4C5B3760 at itnet>
Message-ID: <19961130.211132.11487.1.n2uck at juno.com>

Nice attempt at hiding advertising by doing it in Polish.  Didn't work.

>From phuber at CapAccess.org (Peter L. Huber)  Sun Dec  1 02:36:11 1996
From: phuber at CapAccess.org (Peter L. Huber) (Peter L. Huber)
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 21:36:11 -0500 (EST)
Subject: SRI State of Amateur Radio, contesting, etc etc
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91-FP.961130212128.4932B-100000 at cap1.capaccess.org>

On Sun, 1 Dec 1996 n4si at mail.techinter.com wrote:

> >> Trey Garlough wrote:
> > > The person who
> > > was the most mortified that I changed my callsign?  My mom.  Go figure.
> > > 
> > > --Trey, N5KO (ex-WN4KKN)
> > 
> My daughter (N9MNI) still isn't speaking to me for changing mine.
> 73, Rod N4SI
>       The DXer formerly known as N9AKE

I upgraded and changed mine almost 20 years ago. There have been times 
since when I had second thoughts and felt that I should have left well 
enough alone.

-Pete (ex WA3...)

Pete, K3ZR (one of the 8P9Z gang)	TriBBS, #1056
Bowie, MD 20715-3120			k3zr at lastdx.blkcat.com
8P9Z jpg's: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/k3zr

>From aa8u at voyager.net (AA8U)  Sun Dec  1 04:26:35 1996
From: aa8u at voyager.net (AA8U) (AA8U)
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 23:26:35 -0500 (EST)
Subject: 160 Propagation for Cycle 23
Message-ID: < at voyager.net>

Hello fellow 160 enthusiasts,

I have been contesting and DX'ing on 160 fairly seriously over the past 3-4
years. In this I think I have achieved some measure of success. My antenna
system is now the best for top band it has ever been. 

I have seen several sun spot cycles come and go. During the peak years I
spent most of my time either in college, racing motorcycles, and otherwise
occupied, or on 10 Meters almost exclusively. I didn't spend much time on
160 during these years, 62-91 approximately. 

Ok, cut to the chase! Some of us pay by the byte.....

I would like to know what to expect in the coming years on top band. I've
heard the conditions we have seen over the past couple of winters are not
likely to be enjoyed during the peak of cycle 23. 

Will 160 become nearly as useless as 10 meters has been of late? 

Maybe I should start on the 10 meter stacks and put off the 160 4 sq..... 

Your thoughts gentlemen?


aa8u at voyager.net

>From foggie at dtx.net (foggie)  Sun Dec  1 06:47:44 1996
From: foggie at dtx.net (foggie) (foggie)
Date: Sun, 01 Dec 1996 00:47:44 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Open Logger
Message-ID: <XFMail.961201005058.foggie at dtx.net>

Well I have gotten the open logger demo code to work under Linux. I have
added a discussion board for this project to my home page. If you are interested
in this project please drop by there and leave a note. It would be nice to see
who all is getting involved. Also anyone who gets the code working please send
me a gif/jpg (and post it on the discussion board.) I will be adding links to 
these as they arrive, and I get time to add them to the page.

Al - kk5zx

E-Mail: foggie <foggie at dtx.net>
Date: 12/01/96
Time: 00:47:46
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