John Laney k4bai at worldnet.att.net
Fri Oct 10 15:25:14 EDT 2008

Sorry.  I forgot the last step in cut and paste.  K4BAI.


     As the PA QSO Party rolls in, we are anxiously anticipating a 
fantastic radio weekend.  As Buds report shows, nearly all 67 PA 
counties will be active this year, and typically all 67 are activated at 
some point. The gang at N3XLS will once again be on from Wyoming County. 
We will use N3XLS at the QTH of N3KAE. We will have 2 QRO setups, and 
one 100W. Our activity will be SSB, and CW however for the hour before 
and possibly the hour after the RTTY sprint, we will be on 20 and 40M 
RTTY,  other bands depending in participation, and would love to hear 
from RTTY sprint participants, and even on SSB and CW before and after 
the sprint. You can also look for us on 6M CW and SSB in addition to the 
regular HF contest bands. Please do not overlook 15M this year, We will 
be spending some time on that band, especially during the pre set 
activity hours as listed below. I look forward to several qso's with our 
contesting friends. vy 73, and we'll catch you in the log this 
weekend--Scott, KA3Q

Suggested Frequencies:
SSB: 1.850, 3.825, 7.200, 14.280, 21.380, 28.480, 50.125, 146.55. Note 
that 12, 17, 30,
60 meter and repeater QSOs are not permitted.
CW: 40 KHz up from the bottom and 1810KHz
PSK: 3.580, 7.080, 14.07015, 21.080, 50.250
RTTY: 3.580, 7.080, 14.080, 21.080, 28.080
160 meters Try at 0300Z Sunday Follow 160 meter band plan
Hi Band Activity periods
Sat and Sun:
10M – 1800Z
15M – 1900Z
20M – 2000Z
SSB on the hour, CW on the half hour

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