[NA-User] NA crash course for FD
k4no at mchsi.com
Sun Jun 19 19:36:42 EDT 2005
We are networking a couple of computers at W4ATD 2A FD to give more
flexibility in band changing. In our case, the operating position that
starts on 20 CW might not be the operating position that stays on 20 CW.
With networked computers, we have a log of what stations have been worked
and what band/modes they have been on. In our case, the two operating
positions won't be more than 50 feet apart although the antennas will be.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Lewis" <clewis at knology.net>
To: <k8bb at comcast.net>; <na-user at contesting.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2005 6:11 PM
Subject: Re: [NA-User] NA crash course for FD
> I'll hunt for the cheatsheet I made once, and if I can find it in digital
> form I'll send it. But why are you networking for FD? ARRL only requires
> dupe sheets, and as long as they're separated by band/mode, you can run
> stations independently. Unless there's some other reason, it sure seems
> a lot of trouble. There are no mults, so moving a stn. to another band
> doesn't gain much, either. Just curious!
> If I find the cue card only on paper, I can scan it and send as an
> attachment if that would help.
> Chuck, N4NM
> (I'll be @ K4BFT 20/80CW)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <k8bb at comcast.net>
> To: <na-user at contesting.com>
> Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2005 5:45 PM
> Subject: [NA-User] NA crash course for FD
> >I will be part of a very small FD (4-5 ops), but we will have NA
> > on 3 laptops and not everybody will be as familiar with it as I am.
> > I remember some folks posting info about "quick learn" references for FD
> > users that they had created or used.
> > Help?
> > Thanks ...
> > Don
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