A whole new experience!
ramirezk at emi.com
ramirezk at emi.com
Tue Nov 5 22:24:59 EST 1996
I plan on doing a serious effort in the SSB Sweepstakes!
This is the first time in 15 years that I won't have to sign
portable W?!!! It will be interesting! I just couldn't get
motivated enough with the long callsigns. Hope to work y'all in
2 weekends from SC!
73 Ken N4UK ex- KP4XS,KH2F,NP4JV,WB2KQO
P.S. We will have a KP4 Club Callsign for the M/M efforts from
>From mraz at rockdal.aud.alcatel.com (Kris Mraz, N5KM) Tue Nov 5 23:13:03 1996
From: mraz at rockdal.aud.alcatel.com (Kris Mraz, N5KM) (Kris Mraz, N5KM)
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 1996 17:13:03 -0600
Subject: One PC, Two Monitors
Message-ID: <327FC9FE.63DECDAD at aud.alcatel.com>
When operating DX contests its useful to run a grayline
program as well as your logging program. Can someone
recommend how to set up a single PC to have two video
displays, one to display grayline and the other to
display the logger? Can this be extended to more than
Note: I checked the comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.video FAQ.
What I found was vague and not very satisfying.
mraz at aud.alcatel.com
>From kb2ny at pop.fast.net (Jack Trampler) Wed Nov 6 03:34:22 1996
From: kb2ny at pop.fast.net (Jack Trampler) (Jack Trampler)
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 1996 22:34:22 -0500
Subject: Gate2 - IT"S HERE!!!!
Message-ID: <3280073E.6167 at pop.fast.net>
Just downloaded MON.ZIP from the FCC. It is 292K bytes big and the
appl.dat file expands to 784K bytes. Hundreds of calls, mostly vanity
issue. Might be the entire first day applications. I got lucky (for
once) and got my first selection: N2JT. AND, I sent my application via
regular US snail-mail - no couriers, no FedEx, etc.
So now that its out, good luck to all!!!
73, Jack - N2JT (ex-KB2NY)
packet: KB2NY at W3BI.#EPA.PA.USA.NA e-mail: kb2ny at fast.net
>From bkmak at airmail.net (Bob Kmak) Wed Nov 6 00:47:09 1996
From: bkmak at airmail.net (Bob Kmak) (Bob Kmak)
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 96 18:47:09 -0600 (CST)
Subject: 40 meters and Sweepstakes
Message-ID: <m0vKrKE-000docC at mail.airmail.net>
40 meters was pretty disappointing for me in the Dallas area. I was using
a dipole up at about 50', running QRP. I soon found that only S9 and above
stations were able to hear me thru the QRM. There were LOTS of S9+ signals
on 80 meters, realitively few on 40. As the evening progressed ( both nites)
80 meters seemed to get so full of strong signals that my rig was overloaded
to the point of not being able to copy anything in some parts of the band.
>From ki4hn at nando.net (Jim Stevens) Wed Nov 6 05:14:48 1996
From: ki4hn at nando.net (Jim Stevens) (Jim Stevens)
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 1996 00:14:48 -0500
Subject: Gate 2 Vanity Calls
Message-ID: <126.96.36.19961106051448.0070cab4 at mailhost.nando.net>
I may get flamed for this post like last time, but
here goes anyway.
I've got my Web pages updated with the Gate 2 vanity
calls issued yesterday. My programs only found
3790 issued calls. The ARRL bulletin said 4500
applications were processed. I don't yet know what
is the cause of the difference. If anyone thinks
they got a Gate 2 vanity call, but they're not on
my list please let me know.
SSB SS is going be interesing now (there this is
a contest related post).
73, Jim Stevens, K4MA (ex KI4HN)
email -- ki4hn at nando.net
WWW -- http://www.webbuild.com/~ki4hn -> vanity call info
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