[VHFcontesting] Re: [Mw] Microwave_Activity_Days

Bernhard E. Keiser bkeiser at cox.rr.com
Mon Feb 25 13:13:06 EST 2002

Hello All,

W4SW will be at FM18hx as usual by 0930 or earlier on 2 March, and will run
all bands from 2.3 through 47 GHz.  I've touched up the 47 GHz frequency to
make certain it is above 47088.  I also have a new Garmin eTrex GPS set for
Maidenhead grids.

I'll be looking especially for FM09, but other grids will be welcome too.

Monday evening I expect to operate from the shack, FM18iw, on 432, 903, and

Send e-mail for skeds, preferably between 0930 and 1130 on Saturday, or any
time Monday evening.  See you on the bands.

Bernie, W4SW
w4sw at arrl.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Seabreeze" <w3iy at fcc.net>
To: <microwave at wa1mba.org>
Cc: <packrats at mailman.qth.net>; <dcmicrowave at mailman.qth.net>;
<vhfcontesting at contesting.com>; <k8gp at k8gp.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 24, 2002 9:02 PM
Subject: [Mw] Microwave_Activity_Days

> OK Guys,
> It's that time again.  Break out the apparatus, and get it up
> for next Saturday/Monday.  That's right, it's time for your
> monthly Microwave_Activity workout.  It sounds like it
> will be a good turnout in this area, with several folks
> planning expeditions.  I may be too busy to bug you about
> getting on, later in the week, so THIS IS IT.
> Blow out your cobwebs...
> Burn-out your spiders...
> Heat up your coax/waveguide...
> Peak the grid...
> Dip the plate...
> Fire up the HV on your collectors...
> Read more advertisement propaganda at
> http://members.fcc.net/wseab/mad.htm.
> With any luck, it won't be snowing/sleeting!
> GL es 73,
> Bill W3IY/R
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