>> Stn(s) wanted for CQWW <<

radio at udel.edu radio at udel.edu
Thu Sep 12 11:13:00 EDT 1996

I want to single op or SOA on CQWW, both phone and CW, and borrow the best
stations possible which may be available.

I cannot take off much time and want to arrive Friday and return Sunday night
if possible.

If you have a good station which is ready to roll and not currently booked,
please let me know.

Tnx, Bob  WN3K    Frankford Radio Club

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Subject: >> Stn(s) wanted for CQWW <<

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>From stevel at srsdcst0.sr.hp.com (Steve Lund)  Thu Sep 12 17:05:21 1996
From: stevel at srsdcst0.sr.hp.com (Steve Lund) (Steve Lund)
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 08:05:21 -0800 (PDT)
Subject: FCC/Gate 2 Questions
Message-ID: <199609121505.AA140030722 at srsdcst0.sr.hp.com>

Laurent WX3W asked:
> Gate 2 opens on the 23rd. Does this mean that I can send my application 
> BEFORE the 23rd as long as it doesn't get there before that date or does 
> it mean that the cancelation on my envelope containing my application has 
> to be dated 23rd or AFTER? 
I don't have an answer for the above, but has anyone heard more about
being able to file the 610V via Internet as mentioned in the original
FCC announcement?

Thinking about trading in WA8LLY/6 that ought to help all CONTESTERS
up their rate!

Steve WA8LLY/6
stevel at sr.hp.com

>From woffutt at davinci.netaxis.com (wallace offutt)  Thu Sep 12 16:12:00 1996
From: woffutt at davinci.netaxis.com (wallace offutt) (wallace offutt)
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 11:12:00 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Mobile Antennas for 160
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.3.93.960912110104.17728B-100000 at davinci.netaxis.com>

Can anyone recommend a good mobile antenna for 160?  Any
information/experiences would be appreciated.   

This is for use in the upcoming PA QSO Party October 12-13.  Don't miss


Hal Offutt K8HVT/1 

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