Topband: Band coming alive

Richard Solomon w1ksz at
Fri Aug 27 09:59:00 PDT 2010

And just what criteria would be used to separate the "Beginner and
Intermediate" from the "Big Guns" ? And who would make that
determination ??

Just musing on a quiet day in the Desert.

73, Dick, W1KSZ

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Subject: Re: Topband: Band coming alive

On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 07:14:15AM -0700, John wrote:

> This is an excellent idea..... would make it easier for the newbie to
> and have fun as they did so......

> > It might be helpful to create a separate e-mail list for beginner and
> > intermediate level 160- and 80-meter operators. The topics covered could
> > include antennas, propagation, which frequencies to use, operating
> > arranging schedules, operating from a small lot, and so on.

I am not sure this would really work.  I think this list is the right place
for doing all of this.

If we make two lists - then likely one list would die.

If anyone wants a signal report when I am CQing DX - feel free to call.
if I hear a new call on the band CQing - I make a point to work them.

73 Tree N6TR
UR RST IS ... ... ..9 QSB QSB - hw? BK

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