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070 Club APE Award

N3DQU@...
 

PODXS 070 CLUB AUGUST PSK31 EXPEDITION (APE) AWARD
09 June 2002

Purpose - To encourage PSK31 operations in the field and to research and
gain practical experience in the portable capabilities of the PSK31 mode, the
PODXS 070 Club offers to the members the August PSK31 Expedition (APE) Award.
The APE Award is offered to any 070 Club member who during the month of
August, 2002 organizes, sets up and operates a portable PSK31 expedition
which meets the requirements listed below.

APE AWARD REQUIREMENTS

Applicant Requirements
1. The applicant for the APE Award must be a member of the PODXS 070
Club and have a current license to operate on the HF amateur bands at the
time the portable expedition takes place.

Site Requirements
1. An APE Award portable expedition site must be at least 20 statute
miles (32 km) from the home QTH of the primary applicant or any members of
the expedition party.
2. The applicant is responsible for obtaining permission to legally
operate a portable expedition from the owner(s) of the site or legal
authorities holding jurisdiction over the site. The applicant shall also be
responsible for any and all costs incurred in the operation of the portable
expedition.

Expedition Requirements
1. The applicant is required to personally take part in the portable
expedition. This includes the transport, set-up, operation, break-down and
return of all equipment to its place of origin.
2. The applicant is free to include any other personnel he wishes to
take part in the expedition, either licensed or unlicensed. The applicant
may, for example, wish to combine a portable expedition with a family
vacation and include those family members who help as members of the
expeditionary party.
3. All communications-related equipment must be transported to the
portable site by the members of the expeditionary party, including radios,
computers, cabling, antennas, antenna supports and power sources. The use of
any pre-existing AMATEUR radio equipment at the portable site is strictly
prohibited.
4. Requirement number three (3) above does not preclude the use of
other man-made or natural structures already existing at the portable site,
including shelter, antenna supports and native power grids.
5. The use of rental equipment for use in the portable expedition is
permitted, provided that said rental equipment is NOT procurred within 20
statute miles (32 km) of the portable site and is returned to its place of
rental at the end of the operation. Items may also be purchased at the
portable site for use by the expeditioniary party, provided that major items
such as radio equipment, power sources, etc. are taken away at the conclusion
of the operation and not left at the site.

070 Club requirements
1. The applicant must announce his/her intentions to operate a portable
PSK31 expedition to the 070 Club membership at least two weeks in advance of
the operation. This announcement must contain the particulars of the portable
expedition, including location, IOTA, USI or other award-related information,
expected start of on-the-air activity, bands to be worked, names of other
members of the expedition, contact information, QSL routes and any other
information deemed pertinent. This announcement may be made by the applicant
via the 070 Club Reflector or by a direct communication (either written or
electronic) to the manager of the APE Award program (see #4 below), who will
then pass on the information to the rest of the 070 Club membership.
2. To be a valid portable expedition for the APE Award, the operation
must:
a. Take place anytime during the month of August (UTC).
b. Make at least 20 two-way PSK31 contacts on the HF amateur bands
(160 thru 6m, WARC bands included) from the portable site. Contacts while
inroute to or from the portable site can not be counted towards this
requirement.
3. Upon completion of the expedition, the applicant must provide in a
timely manner a log of stations worked and a short, informal written
narrative of the expedition, to be submitted to the APE Award Manager. The
narrative should include a site description, equipment used, number and names
of personel participating in the expedition party and any unusual or
noteworthy incidents that occurred during the expedition. (Maybe some
pictures for the website too!).
4.. To apply for the APE Award, send a written request with the required
information (see #3 above) either by regular mail or email (preferred) to the
APE Award Manager, < n3dqu@aol.com >:
Jay Budzowski
109 S. Northview Ave.
New Castle, PA 16102 USA
5. Upon review of the log and written narrative by the APE Award
Manager, the applicant and all members of the expedition party whether
licensed or not, shall receive an APE Award certificate for their
participation. In addition, all 070 Club members whose call appears in the
expedition log shall receive an official 070 Club Attaboy.
6. All applications are subject to the approval of the APE Award
Manager. Applications determined to be inconsistant with the spirit of this
award or the philosophy of the Penn-Ohio DX Society (PODXS) and the 070 Club
may be rejected. The Penn-Ohio DX Society (PODXS) and the 070 Club reserves
the right to modify and/or waive certain requirements for this award as
deemed necessary.
---


Re: Tunisia PSK ??

Steve W3HF
 

Hi Demetre,

as far as I know, Tunisia doesn't belong to the CEPT-Countries, but
everybody who wants can work from the clubstation, 3V8BB, even those
who don't have a license.

But for an eventual guest-license you should apply at:

Ministere des Transports et Communications
3 bis rue d'Angleterre
Tunis

Don't think you'll get one, never heard or saw any other call on the
bands just, the club-stations operated by hams from Germany and
Italy. 73's Erika/DL2AYL


Erika (and Demetre) -

There have been other calls active from Tunisia, so it must be
possible. I worked 3V8DJ in March of last year, an Italian
DXpedition to AF-083. They even worked PSK!

Steve
W3HF


Re: Tunisia PSK ?? (country name correction)

DL2AYL@...
 

Hi Demetre,

as far as I know, Tunisia doesn't belong to the CEPT-Countries, but
everybody who wants can work from the clubstation, 3V8BB, even those who
don't have a license.

But for an eventual guest-license you should apply at:

Ministere des Transports et Communications
3 bis rue d'Angleterre
Tunis

Don't think you'll get one, never heard or saw any other call on the bands
just, the club-stations operated by hams from Germany and Italy.
73's Erika/DL2AYL


Tunisia PSK ?? (country name correction)

Demetre Koumanakos <sv1ens@...>
 

Hi All,

I'm planning a desert trip on Tunisia in a couple of weeks and
I thought of maybe working a little PSK from there.
Anyone know if a special permit is required to operate from this
country ?

73
Demetre - SV1ENS


Tunis PSK ??

Demetre Koumanakos <sv1ens@...>
 

Hi All,

I'm planning a desert trip on Tunis in a couple of weeks and
I thought of maybe working a little PSK from there.
Anyone know if a special permit is required to operate from this
country ?


Mysteries of the 070 Club Explained!

N3DQU@...
 

Every so often we hear from an 070 Club member who wonders why he got his
certificate in the mail but not his endorsements, or visa versa. For those
newcomers to the 070 Club and those members who have often wondered but were
afraid to ask, here is a brief description of the 070 Club organization and
what happens with your applications.

The 070 Club is a PSK awards program sponsored by the Penn-Ohio DX
Society, a very small (4 regular members, 4 honorary members as of this date)
HF-oriented club located in western Pennsylvania and more commonly known by
its
initials PODXS (properly pronounced PO-DIX), not to be confused with the
Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin, a very fine weekly DX newsletter published by Tedd
Mirgliotta, KB8NW.

The 070 Club itself is run by two guys, both named Jay. For convenience
sake and to avoid any confusion, they will be referred to by their callsigns
KA3X and N3DQU.

KA3X is the manager of the 070 Club and holds certificate #001. He is the
Top Banana and takes care of the new members, issues 070 Club member numbers,
member certificates, Ragchewers certificates and QSO upgrade spots (e.g. 50,
100, 150, etc). KA3X's email address is < JHudak3rd@aol.com >.

N3DQU holds certificate #010 and takes care of the 070 Club website and
all of the information placed therein. He also takes care of the 070 Club
reflector, issues the endorsements (e.g. Aloha, Lower 48, Hot Dog!, etc.) and
often spends his
off hours thinking up new ones just to keep you guys busy! N3DQU is also the
chief contest manager and takes care of such things as the PSKFest (with much
appreciated help from N6YIH/7) and the Three-Day Weekend (TDW), which is
coming up this June btw. N3DQU's email address is < n3dqu@aol.com >.

If they are lucky, KA3X and N3DQU may see each other once a month. There
is no central database and no meetings to conduct 070 Club business. Almost
all correspondence regarding the 070 Club is passed between the two via the
internet, and each mails out the respective items that they are responsible
for to the members. For example, if a member puts in for an upgrade to the
300 QSO level and also applies for an Aloha endorsement, then the 300 spot
will be mailed out by KA3X and the Aloha endorsement will be mailed out by
N3DQU.

For best results, please send your applications and requests to the person
responsible for that particular item. If you send a QSO upgrade to N3DQU for
example, your request has to be forwarded to KA3X and may result in a delay.
By the same token, if you send an endorsement request to KA3X, then he must
forward the information to N3DQU, once again possibly resulting in a delay.

So you can see that it is quite possible to receive your upgrades,
certificates, and endorsements all at different times, even though you had
applied for them at the same time. Also, please note that when there are many
endorsements to be sent out for 070 Club member participation in a PSK event
like the PSKFest, TDW or TARA Rumble, then the turnaround time for
certificates and endorsements will also be longer until things get caught up.

There are also two new programs sponsored by the 070 Club that are worth
mentioning here. The first is called the "Loyal Order of the Narrow-Banded
Phaseshifters" or LONP for short and is run by 070 Club member K8IJ. The
other program is of interest to those who are into the SWL part of our hobby
and is run by another 070 Club member, KF4FHS. Information on both of these
awards along with all the 070 Club information can be found up on the 070
Club website at < http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm >.

The 070 Club is open to all amateurs interested in the PSK31 mode who are
licensed to operate on the HF bands. Operation of this awards program is made
possible thru the support of the Penn-Ohio DX Society and 070 Club members.
Thank you for your participation and enthusiasm! 73 de Jay N3DQU.


Re: 070 Club Picture page

J. Ken Wirsing <radioguy@...>
 

Nice site, Jay. Thanks!
Ken
KF8OR

Original message from: AA8QQJMauch@aol.com

Sorry, wrong link.

Here's the real one:

<http://hometown.aol.com/aa8qq/pix.htm>

73,
de Jay - AA8QQ

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Re: 070 Club Picture page

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Hey! really great to see ya'll in the trough, swillin! out together. Wish I
was there :) Ernie

----- Original Message -----
From: <AA8QQJMauch@aol.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 08, 2002 9:53 AM
Subject: [070] 070 Club Picture page


Hi All,
Well I think it's Finally ready for club viewing (albeit not ready for
prime
time).
Here's the link:

<http://members.aol.com/aa8qq/pix.htm>

All photos are by Ken KF8OR or myself, with the possible exception of the
one
of Karen W4GTM & Erika DL2AYL. If anyone knows who shot it, please let me
know so I can credit them.

73 & Enjoy,
Jay - AA8QQ

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Re: 070 Club Picture page

DL2AYL@...
 

possible exception of the one
of Karen W4GTM & Erika DL2AYL. If anyone knows who shot it, please let me

That photo took Jim Russo, KC4YJV, Karen's husband.
Good weekend to all!
Erika/DL2AYL


Re: DXCC - List

Steve W3HF
 

Hello Jay!
Can you tell me a Link (www.xxxxx) where i current conditions the
DXCC/WAE-List to check can?

Peter DE2PKH 070-SWL #1001
Peter -

The current DXCC list is at

http://www.arrl.org/awards/dxcc/dxcclist.txt

Steve
W3HF


Re: 070 Club Picture page

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Sorry, wrong link.

Here's the real one:

<http://hometown.aol.com/aa8qq/pix.htm>

73,
de Jay - AA8QQ


070 Club Picture page

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Hi All,
Well I think it's Finally ready for club viewing (albeit not ready for prime
time).
Here's the link:

<http://members.aol.com/aa8qq/pix.htm>

All photos are by Ken KF8OR or myself, with the possible exception of the one
of Karen W4GTM & Erika DL2AYL. If anyone knows who shot it, please let me
know so I can credit them.

73 & Enjoy,
Jay - AA8QQ


DXCC - List

de2pkh@...
 

Hello Jay!
Can you tell me a Link (www.xxxxx) where i current conditions the DXCC/WAE-List to check can?

Peter  DE2PKH  070-SWL #1001


Re: TDW results up

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Hi Boss,
Please find attached my measly score :( It is in Excel format, if you
need it changing let me know) 73 Ernie

----- Original Message -----
From: <N3DQU@aol.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 12:16 PM
Subject: [070] TDW results up


The first batch of TDW results are now posted at <
http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/070_tdw_results.htm >. There were a few logs
that had dupes in them, so if there is a difference between what you
thought
your score should be and what I have posted, send me an email and we'll
get
things figured out, as it may have been due to logging errors, typos, etc.
Also, I am not QRU with the logs here, so don't be concerned if you've
submitted your entry and it's not up on the results page yet...73 de Jay
N3DQU.


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TDW results up

N3DQU@...
 

The first batch of TDW results are now posted at <
http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/070_tdw_results.htm >. There were a few logs
that had dupes in them, so if there is a difference between what you thought
your score should be and what I have posted, send me an email and we'll get
things figured out, as it may have been due to logging errors, typos, etc.
Also, I am not QRU with the logs here, so don't be concerned if you've
submitted your entry and it's not up on the results page yet...73 de Jay
N3DQU.


Jim's GAZETTE Newsletter #123

N3DQU@...
 

Jim's GAZETTE
Newsletter #123
5 June 2002

Please feel free to forward this newsletter to any and all interested
parties, or to reproduce it in
any publication. All we ask is that you give credit where it is due.

SHORT NOTES: NOTES: Email for 4X6UO is bouncing. If anyone has a new address
for Arie, I would appreciate an update.

Steve N1NB kindly informed us that there is a single-source website for those
who might be interested in a new, replacement, additional or alias callsign.
The site is updated daily with information on available calls,
soon-to-be-available calls, applications and so forth. Go to
www.vanityhq.com. Thanks,
Steve.

Now why, might you ask, would this be of interest to the veterans who
comprise the bulk of Newsletter readers? After all, the overwhelming majority
of
them have labored in the vineyard under the banner of a single callsign since
the dawn of their ham radio history, be it 5 or 50 years or more. Yet, in
this
day and age, strange things do happen.

Just the other day, for example, an unusual (but not unprecedented) Email
popped up announcing the demise of another very familiar callsign. 'Don't
look
for this callsign anymore,' it said, 'in contests or DX pileups. AA6AY won't
be there.' Chen, obviously, like others before him was cashing in his chips
so
he would no longer have to withstand the stress of battle, face the loss of
sleep, abide the unfair competition, the unknown propagation, the unusual and
usually unhappy fellow hams.

But . . . a careful reading suggested there might be a humorous undertone
there, a sort of mis-direction that led many to believe something else was
afoot in Chen's memo. And, lo and behold, it turns out that there is a brand
new Chen out there, a new model if you will, who signs with a W7AY. Is it the
same guy? Who knows, but it is surely the 'WAYtogo' if you want to change
your identity. (I am in the process of checking his credit card and drivers
license numbers but have made little headway because of the firewall on his
computer). I'll keep you posted!

At about the same time, the ARRL website devoted some space to an informal
piece of research. It was an attempt to measure the use of our various
modes. Nobody was surprised to find that not many licensees practice the
digital arts. That's old news. But there were those quite taken aback over
the
fact that the poll reflected the surging popularity of PSK. This new mode won
the contest hands down, outvoting RTTY by about 2-to-1! 'Ouch!' said the
Contesters and DXers, 'how can that be?' PSK contests don't draw enough
entrants to make an event. And, PSK DX? Forget about it.

The results, despite the obvious statistical weakness of such polling
techniques, make sense when we look at the bands. PSK operates 24/7! RTTY is
a
12/1 mode, working around the clock only on those occasional days of special
interest. There are always PSK signals on HF if there is even marginal
propagation carrying their pipsqueak signal around the globe. And, despite
rumors to the contrary, there is good and often rare DX looking for a
contact,
often without pileups of any size. Most RTTY bands are empty most of the time
. . . except for those weekends when contests blossom or when, on rare
occasions, rare DX creates the famed pileups.

There are other reasons, of course. PSK is a simple mode with free and easy
software and it requires very low power into simple antennas. Almost
anybody can figure out how to hook it up and, as some old pro said, 'it's as
easy as SSB to operate.' And it works like magic, or what seems like magic to
the new users who may or may not have substantial digital experience. So does
this simplicity, low cost and ease of operation condemn those, old or
new, who feel that PSK is the best game in town? Not at this QTH, not with
this old pro who finds PSK to be the best package in town. And, it's made
even
better when we discover that a large number of the tracings on the waterfall
emanate from the very basic setups of brand new digital operators. A QSL
card from EI4FV is typical-- 'Just setting up PSK, Jim, and your report meant
a lot to me.'

If the ARRL repeats the survey next year, the vote might be 3 to 1 in favor
of PSK! Hi.

Finally we get to the subject of 'entitlements.' Again, this issue produced
reams of Email, a great deal of smoke and very little fire. Simply stated,
many
feel that those greedy contest sponsors ought to release the results of the
contest they sponsor long before an issue of their magazine can be printed
and mailed to a shrinking base of subscribers. 'We are entitled to know the
results no later than 90 days after the contest!' Now there's a statement
worth
thinking about.

Some say that because of their huge investment in antennas, two or more rigs
and their enormous commitment of time, they deserve better treatment.
Well, in a world of instant information because of TV, the Internet, All-news
radio, etc., that's an understandable point of view. The world doesn't wait
for
results anymore. We either have instantaneous information or forget about it.
Can you imagine waiting for a week to find out who won today's World Cup
match? There would be blood in the streets! Nor can we wait for the voting
booths to close before we declare a winner in any election, anywhere. And, so
it goes.

But there are unique problems in the contest world. Scoring is complex and
incredibly slow. There is no way, so far, to accumulate scores in
'real-time,'
no way to post a leader board showing the top-ten at the end of 6 hours, or
12, 24, 36 and 48. Even after the event, the only worthwhile indication is
the
'claimed' and unofficial tallies posted on the Internet. But, all too often,
many of the high scoring ops tend to defer posting until they see what the
other
heavy-hitters are doing.

Scores trickle in to those charged with assembling them into a manageable
mass of data and, quite frequently, the scores arrive with a bundle of
glitches
that add further delays. Thus, everybody must wait, and wait until the
sponsor is happy with the result and ready to release the results. It is
unfortunate
that a magazine sponsor who waits 90 days for the scoring data faces another
60 days of integrating the scores in the next issue, printing and mailing.
All of which means that the scores arrive about the time the contester is
getting ready for the next iteration of the contest!

It seems to this observer (at this point in life, one with a totally
objective, disinterested view) that there is no easy solution on the horizon.
The problem is
basic. Until there is standardized contest software, rigid parameters for
submission and a server large enough to digest the data and spit out the
results
in a matter of seconds, there can be no great improvement. So it is that we
can either continue with the present method of '60 days to file
results-reliance
on a willing volunteer to gather and manipulate the data-and publish some
time later,' or jump into a radical new scheme involving a 48 hour deadline
for
submission to a commercial server which would post all data to the Internet
as it arrives. The technology is there ready for use, but this approach would
require the regimentation of a great many independent spirits, selection of
the one and only piece of scoring software . . . AND a sponsor willing to
spend
a little money in the process. A solution, maybe, but a formula with many
hurdles in its path.

I frankly doubt magazines are in a position or willing to put up the cash.
Some suggested each entrant might pay a fee for participation. Yeah! That
would
kill any contest within one year. Hi!
Stay tuned.

73 de Jim N2HOS: GAZETTE at www.n2hos.com/digital


Re: Bonus Stations

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Thanks, Kare...
 
I'm already in deep enough and now you want me in deeper.  Geez, some people's kids. 
 
73,
 
 

----- Original Message -----
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 1:43 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations

Hey, I got to meet the famous/infamous Erika at Dayton 02.
She's a real  070 celebrity!
Maybe Dick should receive the 070 "shovel endorsement"?

Karen - W4GTM



Maybe I should have said "Famous" or "notorius".  :) 

73,

Dick
WB0DUL@...
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: DL2AYL@...
  To: 070@...
  Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 1:07 AM
  Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations


  I'm used to assaults like that :-))
  Erika/DL2AYL
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: N3DQU@...
    To: 070@...
    Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 8:18 AM
    Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations


    In a message dated 6/3/2002 9:49:41 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
wb0dul@... writes:



      It was great to work the "infamous" Erika during the contest. 
Hope to work you again when we can chat a bit.


       infamous??
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Re: Bonus Stations

Karen Russo <w4gtm@...>
 

Hey, I got to meet the famous/infamous Erika at Dayton 02.
She's a real 070 celebrity!
Maybe Dick should receive the 070 "shovel endorsement"?

Karen - W4GTM



Maybe I should have said "Famous" or "notorius". :)

73,

Dick
WB0DUL@arrl.net

----- Original Message -----
From: DL2AYL@t-online.de
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 1:07 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations


I'm used to assaults like that :-))
Erika/DL2AYL
----- Original Message -----
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To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations


In a message dated 6/3/2002 9:49:41 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
wb0dul@arrl.net writes:



It was great to work the "infamous" Erika during the contest.
Hope to work you again when we can chat a bit.


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Re: Bonus Stations

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

I hate it when I do that.  :) 
 
73,
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: N3DQU@...
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 8:52 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations

In a message dated 6/4/2002 10:20:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time, wb0dul@... writes:


Maybe I should have said "Famous" or "notorius".  :) 


   Go 'head om, dig the hole deeper hi! 'dqu
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Re: Bonus Stations

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Maybe I should have said "Famous" or "notorius".  :) 
 
73,
 

----- Original Message -----
From: DL2AYL@...
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 1:07 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations

I'm used to assaults like that :-))
Erika/DL2AYL
----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Bonus Stations

In a message dated 6/3/2002 9:49:41 AM Eastern Daylight Time, wb0dul@... writes:


It was great to work the "infamous" Erika during the contest.  Hope to work you again when we can chat a bit.


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