What is your Lat-Long?

k4sb at avana.net k4sb at avana.net
Wed Sep 4 18:09:04 EDT 1996

Do it like I did, fly a B-757 over your house and punch the inertial to
"freeze" ( by the way, it has 9 different systems and the computer compares
them all. Came out rather good. Incidentally, the system is good to 
plus or minus 5', and generally, the actual error was zero.

73, Ed
Name: ed sleight
E-mail: k4sb at avana.net
Date: 9/4/96
Time: 5:09:04 PM

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>From aa4lr at radio.org (Bill Coleman)  Wed Sep  4 23:03:04 1996
From: aa4lr at radio.org (Bill Coleman) (Bill Coleman)
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 96 18:03:04 -0400
Subject: What is your Lat-Long?
Message-ID: <960804180107.SAB06102 at gate.iterated.com>

>From:        k4sb at avana.net
>Do it like I did, fly a B-757 over your house and punch the inertial to
>"freeze" Came out rather good.

Hey, ed, why don't you park your 757 over my house at 5000 feet and we'll 
run a killer 160m vertical?

Now, do I use 1/4 or 3/8 EHS for that....

Bill Coleman, AA4LR           Mail: aa4lr at radio.org
Quote: "Not in a thousand years will man ever fly!"
            -- Wilbur Wright, 1901

>From nt5c at easy.com (John Warren)  Wed Sep  4 23:51:23 1996
From: nt5c at easy.com (John Warren) (John Warren)
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 1996 17:51:23 -0500
Subject: COM3/COM4 on Win95
Message-ID: <1370263003-24781949 at BANJO.EASY.COM>

Roman N2UCK wrote:

    >Get something that works and tell Microsoft and it's
    >greedy president to stuff Windows95 up his wazoo.

I'm relieved to see that Roman distributes his "advice" quite broadly. I
thought I was being singled out in his message back on Aug 30, but now I
feel much better in the company of Chairman Bill.

John, NT5C.

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