[CQ-Contest] Zero beating

Rex Maner k7qq at netzero.net
Sat Jun 2 00:18:34 EDT 2007

These guys don't know how to use Wide filters, thats why when we are going 
along really good with 1000 hz filter setting they come along with their  80 
dbi rejection filters 250 hz wide and think the freq is clear,  ha ha

I  can't tune my rx  slow enuff to not miss 80 % of the stuffon the band 
with 200 hz filter.


Tnx  for the  Mult for   WR7HE.

----- Original Message ----- se
From: "Dale Putnam" <daleputnam at hotmail.com>
To: <vo1he at rac.ca>; "'Art Boyars'" <art.boyars at verizon.net>; 
<cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 11:34 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Zero beating

Actually, it was the effect of the Blue Moon that was to be...
And... that is exactly why I try to stay on whole number freq. and use wide 
filters... so I can increase my Q count,
in spite of all the hi tech assistance that seems to be utilized to assist 
the assistable. --...   ...-- 
Dale - WC7S in Wy

> > > > VO1HE said "I also noticed that most Europeans that called > > were 
> > > > higher in freq while most NA stations were lower. Not > > sure what 
> > > > that indicates."> >
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