[CQ-Contest] [TowerTalk] Remote station reflector?

Richard (Rick) Karlquist richard at karlquist.com
Wed Apr 4 14:56:44 EDT 2007

There have been various attempts at remote station reflectors
in the past.  They all have little or no activity to my knowledge.
There is a "remotebase" group on Google.  It has a fair amount of
activity.  Most of the activity is oriented around so called
"Internet Remote Base" (IRB) stations.  "IRB" refers to "public"
stations that any ham can operate over the internet.  It does
not refer to private remote stations that happen to use the internet
(in a private way) for connectivity.  Nevertheless, there is a
lot of common ground between these two communities.  I would suggest
that anyone interested in remote station operation join this
group.  By the way, I have an HF remote base station myself.

Rick N6RK

> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 11:10 AM
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> Subject: [TowerTalk] Remote station reflector?
> Howdy, TowerTalkians --
>     Is there a good remote station reflector out there?  If there
> is, I don't
> know about it. If there isn't, I think it's time there is  one. There are
> several options to getting it on the air including good old
> contesting.com.
>     Anyone interested in taking this on? It would  include
> getting it started
> and then running the day to day housekeeping. I'll do  what I can
> to help -
> mostly encouragement - hi. Tnx!
> Cheers,
> Steve     K7LXC
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