pp5jr at pp5jr.ampr.org pp5jr at pp5jr.ampr.org
Tue Sep 24 20:52:59 EDT 1996

Hello all,
i need some help with the ideal distance between 40m 4 el yagi and a 20m 5 el
yagi. I'm going to put both antenas and the same tower, only one rotor, and i
'm not sure about the distance.
Thank you very much for this help, best 73
Sergio PP5JR

>From n4bp at shadow.net (Bob Patten)  Wed Sep 25 06:40:27 1996
From: n4bp at shadow.net (Bob Patten) (Bob Patten)
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 01:40:27 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: The demise of N4BO
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.91.960925013855.3518A-100000 at hyper>

On Tue, 24 Sep 1996, David Clemons wrote:

> Eric (K6GV) says:	"Bob, N4BP, now has the floor."
> Arghh!  I had NV6P in my log!  Oh wait, that's not bad.  Now I have my 
> double qso points again!
Can't recall ever having my call mis-copied that way....  But I'll answer 
to it for your double points....

Bob Patten, N4BP
n4bp at shadow.net

>From n5ia at juno.com (Milt Jensen)  Wed Sep 25 06:40:29 1996
From: n5ia at juno.com (Milt Jensen) (Milt Jensen)
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 01:40:29 EDT
Subject: Calls issued
References: <199609241746.MAA14819 at zoom.bga.com>
Message-ID: <19960925.043657.10286.6.N5IA at juno.com>

	The club callsigns are all issued to me as the trustee.  We have
an area wide organization (three states), and we have to deal with the
Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management for our site permits.
	It has been our experience over the last 20 years that it is
difficult to get all the paperwork changed when a member moves or passes
	Our decision was to have all the club stations licensed to one
trustee (in this case me) so that when I die or should happen to go away,
the only change that has to be made is with the FCC for the single
trustee change.
	Thanks for your interest and inquiry.

			73 de

---Milt Jensen @ ARS N5IA---
---Virden, NM Route Box 176---
---Duncan, AZ -- 85534---
---H: (505) 358-2105      W: (520) 359-2503---
---Reply to n5ia at juno.com---

More information about the CQ-Contest mailing list