k5iid at ntelos.net
Mon Nov 26 04:32:11 EST 2001
At 10:43 11/24/01 -0700, tony field wrote:
>The current poor conditions for the contest led me to do some
>research into ancient history. In the 1950's, the ham radio
>operators had some special technology called a Q-MULTIPLIER that
>could pull signals out of the qrm/qrn. It was usually employed in
>the IF stages of their equipment.
>Obviously this would be of great value for modern contesting in
>poor conditions when the Q-rate can be as low as 10 per hour. A
>Q-multipler of even a small value such as 5 would make this into
>50 per hour.
>It seems reasonable that a modern contesting program could easily
>have this feature added - the programmer already has an IF
>statement - just a little more work should result in a software
>tony (ve6yp :-)
And to think, I used to have one in the late 50's and one another one in the
60's. Man if used them in a contest, I might have won one!!!
Tom K5IID :-)
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