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>From: "John Crovelli" <jcrovell at 580howard>
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Subject: Power Limit
Date: Fri Jan 17 18:07 EST 1997
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I vote we make the NAQPPt 100 watts and change Field Day rules to 100 watts 

John, W2GD

>From trey at (Trey Garlough)  Fri Jan 17 23:01:48 1997
From: trey at (Trey Garlough) (Trey Garlough)
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 15:01:48 -0800
Subject: Low Power limit
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> While we're on the subject, how about also restricting power in the NCJ
> SPRINT contests to 100 watts?

And one radio.  And one antenna.  And no computers.  And no memory
keyers.  And use callsigns six characters long.

Hey, wait a minute!  Last time we did this, people got angry and told
us we were cheapening the contest!

--Trey, N5KO (ex-Derek)

>From larrytx at (LarryX Tyree contractor for brentc)  Fri Jan 17 23:10:37 1997
From: larrytx at (LarryX Tyree contractor for brentc) (LarryX Tyree contractor for brentc)
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 97 15:10:37 PST
Subject: DX windows
Message-ID: <9701172310.AA20823 at>

> 1.      Please keep the Dx Window Open for Intercontinental QSO's.  There
> should be NO USA/VE to USA/VE or EU to EU contacts between 1830 and 1835Khz!
> EU and USA/VE should only answer DX  not call CQ.   Stay off the edges
> especially on SSB.

It would be great if we could keep it clear up to 1840.  There are some
good openings to Africa happening these days, and they like to show
up around 1836 and then ask for QSOs up two.  It would be nice to 
give them a chance to work the west coast.

These DX windows really help us guys out west trying to find the dx 
needles in the haystack.  The band plan calls for this spectrum to be
used for DX QSOs already.

Tree N6TR
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