How about a vanity reflector?
k4sb at avana.net
k4sb at avana.net
Mon Nov 11 01:33:44 EST 1996
I assume that when you are finished with ham radio for the day, you turn your equipment off.
OFF! Why in the world are you complaining about something that you have total control of. Just
don't read them.
Name: Ed Sleight
E-mail: k4sb at avana.net
Time: 1:33:44 AM
>From w5robert at blkbox.COM (Robert) Mon Nov 11 06:11:32 1996
From: w5robert at blkbox.COM (Robert) (Robert)
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 00:11:32 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Multi - Single Op / Single Band ??
Message-ID: <9611110011.aa12229 at blkbox.COM>
> Do the CQWW rules say anything against submitting several Single Op / Single
> entries with the same callsign?
Jon, I asked k3est this question just before CQ WW SSB started to
insure I was doing it properly. As I understand it:
IF you enter S/B all other bands for that callsign will be check log.
Or you must use a different callsign for each single band entry.
73 Robert W5AJ w5robert at blkbox.com
>From JEH at on.mobitel.telia.se (Jan-Erik Holm 0920 239081) Mon Nov 11 08:47:30 1996
From: JEH at on.mobitel.telia.se (Jan-Erik Holm 0920 239081) (Jan-Erik Holm 0920 239081)
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 08:47:30 GMT+1
Subject: To dupe or not to dupe
I do see this one very clear (either I=B4m very smart or very stupid)=
, the only
is NEVER CALL A STATION IF YOU DON=B4T HAVE HIS CALL SIGN.
Personaly I do get very sick thired when people calls me and don=B4t =
So once again, very very simple, get the fellows c/s and then call hi=
It=B4s a very ignorant way of behaviour to call a fellow without havi=
ng his c/s.
99 percent of the time this is a problem with USA amateurs. It rarely=
anyone else but US hams. So whats the conclusion ? Guess it must be =
US hams are more ignorant then others.
de Jim SM2EKM jeh at on.mobitel.telia.se
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