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Re: NA-062 QRV

Bill Baker <wg5t@...>
 

Addendum.... An hour later Tom was booming into OK...

WG5T
Bill


Re: NA-062 QRV

Bill Baker <wg5t@...>
 

Band so weird. Can see KP4CG calling W4/DL1FDH but cant see Tom at all.
Also a harmonic of KP4CG one KC up the band and will even decode....

WG5T
Bill


TDW Bonus Station request

Bob N3PPH <rsheskin@...>
 

This year's TDW is closing in, May 24, 25 and 26. Mark N8MNI, last year's
Top Dog has agreed to be one of the bonus stations, thanks Mark. I would
like to ask everyone to check their calendars and see if they can commit the
time to be on the air for a decent portion of the contest. If you think you
can and would like to be a BONUS STATION please send me an email at
podxs070@... I will be looking for East and West coast stations and
a DX station as Mark has the middle of the country covered.

Please send me the following:

Your Call:

Your 070 #:

A contact email:

The Bonus position you want to fill:



73,

Bob N3PPH

070 - 853

TDW Boss


NA-062 QRV

Joseph Miller <kj8o.ham@...>
 

Tom W4/DL1FDH is calling on 21.070 from NA-062, around 700 audio freq.


73 de Joe KJ8O


Re: Dayton Hamvention

Joseph Miller <kj8o.ham@...>
 

HI Karen,


It seems I have already made plans for Saturday Night, but did want to get
the word out that the Feld Hell Club is having a dinner get-together on the
Friday night.

The details are yet to be determined, but all are welcome to attend.

See you at #709


VY 73 de Joe KJ8O 1244





On Fri, May 3, 2013 at 1:47 PM, <w4krn@...> wrote:

**


I will be tailgating in space #709, so stop by and sign-in for a Dayton
Eyeball Endorsement.
Down from the Pub close to the building.

73 Karen W4KRN





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IW9GMF

Scott Monks
 

I don't know, maybe these only are new for me!

IW9GMF, psk 63, 14072.2, IOTA EU-025

73, Scott  XE1/AA0AA


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PZ5RA

Scott Monks
 

PZ5RA strong on 14072.2.  good op, oh is on psk 63
73
Scott XE1/AA0AA


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6V7T

Scott Monks
 

6V7T on 14071.4
very strong
good luck and 73

Scott  XE1/AA0AA,


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Re: YB7HL - OC-088

James <ferris1727@...>
 

Sorry for the typo.. the call is YB7HL and it is OC-088

--- In 070@..., "Ivo, LZ4BU" <lz4bu@...> wrote:

YL is not Indonesia, but Latvia (Europe) -hi


73 de Ivo, LZ4BU
http://www.qsl.net/lz4bu
ICQ: 375598107
Skype: lz4bu_





YL7HL, Chailil in Indonesia is on 15m @ 21.070.850 +/- with a good signal
into Texas. GL for all the IOTA hunters.

73,
Jim, W5FER


Re: W8H Special Event Station May 4th

Ernest D. Ducey <educey@...>
 

NOW ON 21.070

GIVE US A CALL

k8eee

--- In 070@..., "Ernest D. Ducey" <educey@...> wrote:

A shameless plug from K8EEE Ernie Ducey [PODXS 070 # 1639]

PSK31 can be found at or around 7.075 May 4th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

On May 4th the Toledo Mobile Radio Association W8HHF (using special event call sign W8H) will sponsor a Special Event amateur radio station to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of Dudley's Massacre during the War of 1812. It will be on the site of Dudley's Massacre at the Maumee Branch of the Lucas County Public Library. Here on May 5, 1813 Colonel Dudley's troops spiked the British artillery besieging Fort Meigs; but in the exhilaration of victory they were led into ambush Where over 600 were lost.

Key players were Tecumseh, British Major-General Procter, General William Henry Harrison and Colonel William Dudley.


Re: W8H Special Event Station May 4th

Ernest D. Ducey <educey@...>
 

NOW ON 21.070

GIVE US A CALL

--- In 070@..., "Ernest D. Ducey" <educey@...> wrote:

A shameless plug from K8EEE Ernie Ducey [PODXS 070 # 1639]

PSK31 can be found at or around 7.075 May 4th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

On May 4th the Toledo Mobile Radio Association W8HHF (using special event call sign W8H) will sponsor a Special Event amateur radio station to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of Dudley's Massacre during the War of 1812. It will be on the site of Dudley's Massacre at the Maumee Branch of the Lucas County Public Library. Here on May 5, 1813 Colonel Dudley's troops spiked the British artillery besieging Fort Meigs; but in the exhilaration of victory they were led into ambush Where over 600 were lost.

Key players were Tecumseh, British Major-General Procter, General William Henry Harrison and Colonel William Dudley.


Re: YL7HL - OC-088

Ivan LZ2HT <lz2ht@...>
 

Anyway it's IOTA ;-)
73 de Ivan LZ2HT


Re: YL7HL - OC-088

Ivo, LZ4BU <lz4bu@...>
 

YL is not Indonesia, but Latvia (Europe) -hi


73 de Ivo, LZ4BU
http://www.qsl.net/lz4bu
ICQ: 375598107
Skype: lz4bu_





YL7HL, Chailil in Indonesia is on 15m @ 21.070.850 +/- with a good signal
into Texas. GL for all the IOTA hunters.

73,
Jim, W5FER


YL7HL - OC-088

James Ferris <ferris1727@...>
 

YL7HL, Chailil in Indonesia is on 15m @ 21.070.850 +/- with a good signal
into Texas. GL for all the IOTA hunters.

73,
Jim, W5FER


ZS2CR

boat.anchor <boat.anchor@...>
 

Just wrkd Colette on 14.070 + 2390
She is beaming long path
Barry
VA7GEM


Re: Myanmar

 

Maybe we could get a package deal from 070-1176, Russ and his antenna farm?
:-)

----- Original Message -----
From: Jerry
To: 070@...
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 1:08 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar



For this one, you'll probably need stacked monobanders on a small tower atop Mt. Rainier and all the JA's to experience a massive power failure ! :-)

Jerry N9AVY

--- On Fri, 5/3/13, Milton Garb <n6mg@...> wrote:

From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar
To: 070@...
Date: Friday, May 3, 2013, 1:38 PM



Yes, this was Burma. the Kahulia (sp) Province.

They were there...no doubt, but at that time there were no Burma licenses issued to anyone, anywhere.

Ha! reaffirms my theory...can a 20m antenna be too big?

At that time I had a stack of 4 element yagi's on 52' booms at 65' and 105'.

It was a nice stack for the contests. I'd aim the lower antenna at JA to keep them off my frequency and the top antenna to run EU.

I went back and analyzed my logs for several years and found that a full 80% of my contest qso's were with EU. That really worked!

I could chat antenna's all day, but "She who must be obeyed" is sending me to the grocery, and I want to eat tonight.

73,

Milt.

N6MG

----- Original Message -----

From: Jerry

To: 070@...

Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 10:19 AM

Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar

Milt, yes I worked one of those back in the 80's (Kampuchea ?), but it never counted for DXCC. Still need Myanmar (Burma) for all time DXCC.

He might be good signal there on left coast, but here in black hole of Midwest he'll anywhere from not audible to very weak signal on PSK. If I work him at all it will be a miracle.

Good luck in getting that one !

Jerry

--- On Fri, 5/3/13, Milton Garb <n6mg@...> wrote:

From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>

Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar

To: 070@...

Date: Friday, May 3, 2013, 11:41 AM

Jerry,

Man, this is a dream come true...I worked XZ5A in a3j and XZ9A in a1 modes back in the late 1970's, but neither count for DXCC.

But, they sure sent nice cards. Hi Hi

I'll sure be looking for them!

Milt.

N6MG

----- Original Message -----

From: Jerry

To: 070@...

Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 6:31 AM

Subject: [070] Myanmar

From ARRL DX Bulletin ....

"MYANMAR, XZ. Simon, HS0ZIB is QRV as XZ1K from Tanintharyi State

until June 30. Activity will be on the HF bands using only PSK31

and in his spare time. QSL via operator's instructions."

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Re: Myanmar

Jerry N9AVY
 

For this one, you'll probably need stacked monobanders on a small tower atop Mt. Rainier and all the JA's to experience a massive power failure !  :-)


Jerry N9AVY

--- On Fri, 5/3/13, Milton Garb <n6mg@...> wrote:

From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar
To: 070@...
Date: Friday, May 3, 2013, 1:38 PM
















 









Yes, this was Burma. the Kahulia (sp) Province.

They were there...no doubt, but at that time there were no Burma licenses issued to anyone, anywhere.

Ha! reaffirms my theory...can a 20m antenna be too big?

At that time I had a stack of 4 element yagi's on 52' booms at 65' and 105'.

It was a nice stack for the contests. I'd aim the lower antenna at JA to keep them off my frequency and the top antenna to run EU.

I went back and analyzed my logs for several years and found that a full 80% of my contest qso's were with EU. That really worked!

I could chat antenna's all day, but "She who must be obeyed" is sending me to the grocery, and I want to eat tonight.

73,

Milt.

N6MG



----- Original Message -----

From: Jerry

To: 070@...

Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 10:19 AM

Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar



Milt, yes I worked one of those back in the 80's (Kampuchea ?), but it never counted for DXCC. Still need Myanmar (Burma) for all time DXCC.



He might be good signal there on left coast, but here in black hole of Midwest he'll anywhere from not audible to very weak signal on PSK. If I work him at all it will be a miracle.



Good luck in getting that one !



Jerry



--- On Fri, 5/3/13, Milton Garb <n6mg@...> wrote:



From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>

Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar

To: 070@...

Date: Friday, May 3, 2013, 11:41 AM



Jerry,



Man, this is a dream come true...I worked XZ5A in a3j and XZ9A in a1 modes back in the late 1970's, but neither count for DXCC.



But, they sure sent nice cards. Hi Hi



I'll sure be looking for them!



Milt.



N6MG



----- Original Message -----



From: Jerry



To: 070@...



Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 6:31 AM



Subject: [070] Myanmar



From ARRL DX Bulletin ....



"MYANMAR, XZ. Simon, HS0ZIB is QRV as XZ1K from Tanintharyi State



until June 30. Activity will be on the HF bands using only PSK31



and in his spare time. QSL via operator's instructions."



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Re: Myanmar

 

Yes, this was Burma. the Kahulia (sp) Province.
They were there...no doubt, but at that time there were no Burma licenses issued to anyone, anywhere.
Ha! reaffirms my theory...can a 20m antenna be too big?
At that time I had a stack of 4 element yagi's on 52' booms at 65' and 105'.
It was a nice stack for the contests. I'd aim the lower antenna at JA to keep them off my frequency and the top antenna to run EU.
I went back and analyzed my logs for several years and found that a full 80% of my contest qso's were with EU. That really worked!
I could chat antenna's all day, but "She who must be obeyed" is sending me to the grocery, and I want to eat tonight.
73,
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: Jerry
To: 070@...
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 10:19 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar



Milt, yes I worked one of those back in the 80's (Kampuchea ?), but it never counted for DXCC. Still need Myanmar (Burma) for all time DXCC.

He might be good signal there on left coast, but here in black hole of Midwest he'll anywhere from not audible to very weak signal on PSK. If I work him at all it will be a miracle.

Good luck in getting that one !

Jerry

--- On Fri, 5/3/13, Milton Garb <n6mg@...> wrote:

From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar
To: 070@...
Date: Friday, May 3, 2013, 11:41 AM



Jerry,

Man, this is a dream come true...I worked XZ5A in a3j and XZ9A in a1 modes back in the late 1970's, but neither count for DXCC.

But, they sure sent nice cards. Hi Hi

I'll sure be looking for them!

Milt.

N6MG

----- Original Message -----

From: Jerry

To: 070@...

Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 6:31 AM

Subject: [070] Myanmar

From ARRL DX Bulletin ....

"MYANMAR, XZ. Simon, HS0ZIB is QRV as XZ1K from Tanintharyi State

until June 30. Activity will be on the HF bands using only PSK31

and in his spare time. QSL via operator's instructions."

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Re: Myanmar

ljl2002@att.net
 

Milt,
 
There ya see?  Youz guys on the West coast get good things too.  Myanmar on the East coast?  Yeah, we are still waiting fer the Cubs to win the Series too! :-)
 
73
 
Joe
KA1PPV  #1482


________________________________
From: Milton Garb <n6mg@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Friday, May 3, 2013 12:41 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Myanmar



 

Jerry,
Man, this is a dream come true...I worked XZ5A in a3j and XZ9A in a1 modes back in the late 1970's, but neither count for DXCC.
But, they sure sent nice cards. Hi Hi
I'll sure be looking for them!
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: Jerry
To: mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 6:31 AM
Subject: [070] Myanmar

From ARRL DX Bulletin ....

"MYANMAR, XZ. Simon, HS0ZIB is QRV as XZ1K from Tanintharyi State
until June 30. Activity will be on the HF bands using only PSK31
and in his spare time. QSL via operator's instructions."



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Dayton Hamvention

Karen Russo
 

I will be tailgating in space #709, so stop by and sign-in for a Dayton Eyeball Endorsement.
Down from the Pub close to the building.

73 – Karen W4KRN