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Re: PigRigs and Crystals

Todd K7TFC
 

Terry,

Please count me in on your xtal purchase. 

@Jerry: Thanks for the warning of Diz's limited supply of PigRig kits! I guess I shouldn't procrastinate any longer.

73,

Todd
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On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 11:44 AM, WA0ITP <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

Right on Jerry.
 
If the Group is interested, I'll organize a group purchase of 7122 crystals.  They will probably cost between $1 and $2 each.  I'll take the bulk delivery and mail your 4 xtals to you.  The postage will be on my nickel.
 
If at least 10 members sign up, I'll go ahead and place the order.  Wanna do it?
 
FYI Diz only has 60 PigRigs left. 
 
btw usual disclaimers apply both on the crystals and the rigs.
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:11 PM
Subject: RE: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Hi All,

     I believe it was Diz’s intent to use the Pig Rig for clubs, nets, etc.  Each club (such as 4sqrp) could have their very own frequency setup.  That way, the club members could stay in contact with one another.  It is not necessary to stick with 7030.7KHz but rather the club could pick a different frequency.  Once the club had picked a frequency then the club would buy the required crystals from whomever they like to put their pig rigs on that frequency.  The radio was never intended to be a general purpose 40 meter radio but was intended for single frequency use by clubs or nets.  I remember when I was about 16 years old, the one of the local AM radio stations was giving away am radios as a promotion.  Of course, the radios only received the single am station that was giving them away!  They had a single knob – on/off and volume.

Jerry W5JH

"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

 

 

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Bill Cromwell
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:16 AM
To: 4sqrp@...; John R. Lonigro
Cc: Charles Moizeau
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 

 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:
>
> Charles:
>
> The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
> tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
> Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
> why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.
>
> 72,
> John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H



Re: PigRigs and Crystals

David Martin <davemrtn@...>
 

count me in for 4 xtals.

On 03/03/2013 01:44 PM, WA0ITP wrote:
 



Right on Jerry.
 
If the Group is interested, I'll organize a group purchase of 7122 crystals.  They will probably cost between $1 and $2 each.  I'll take the bulk delivery and mail your 4 xtals to you.  The postage will be on my nickel.
 
If at least 10 members sign up, I'll go ahead and place the order.  Wanna do it?
 
FYI Diz only has 60 PigRigs left. 
 
btw usual disclaimers apply both on the crystals and the rigs.
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:11 PM
Subject: RE: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Hi All,

     I believe it was Diz’s intent to use the Pig Rig for clubs, nets, etc.  Each club (such as 4sqrp) could have their very own frequency setup.  That way, the club members could stay in contact with one another.  It is not necessary to stick with 7030.7KHz but rather the club could pick a different frequency.  Once the club had picked a frequency then the club would buy the required crystals from whomever they like to put their pig rigs on that frequency.  The radio was never intended to be a general purpose 40 meter radio but was intended for single frequency use by clubs or nets.  I remember when I was about 16 years old, the one of the local AM radio stations was giving away am radios as a promotion.  Of course, the radios only received the single am station that was giving them away!  They had a single knob – on/off and volume.

Jerry W5JH

"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

 

 

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Bill Cromwell
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:16 AM
To: 4sqrp@...; John R. Lonigro
Cc: Charles Moizeau
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 

 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:
>
> Charles:
>
> The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
> tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
> Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
> why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.
>
> 72,
> John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H



--
David Martin - K5DCM ---o0o---
Mountain Home, Arkansas

Guns don't kill people, any more than spoons & forks cause obesity.

 


Re: PigRigs and Crystals

Phil Anderson
 


Terry,
 
Sign me up for 4 7.122 xtals..................unc Phil,
 
Phil Anderson
4620 Harvard Road
Lawrence, KS 66049
 
cell: 405-488-7428
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: WA0ITP
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:44 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] PigRigs and Crystals

 



Right on Jerry.
 
If the Group is interested, I'll organize a group purchase of 7122 crystals.  They will probably cost between $1 and $2 each.  I'll take the bulk delivery and mail your 4 xtals to you.  The postage will be on my nickel.
 
If at least 10 members sign up, I'll go ahead and place the order.  Wanna do it?
 
FYI Diz only has 60 PigRigs left. 
 
btw usual disclaimers apply both on the crystals and the rigs.

----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:11 PM
Subject: RE: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Hi All,

     I believe it was Diz’s intent to use the Pig Rig for clubs, nets, etc.  Each club (such as 4sqrp) could have their very own frequency setup.  That way, the club members could stay in contact with one another.  It is not necessary to stick with 7030.7KHz but rather the club could pick a different frequency.  Once the club had picked a frequency then the club would buy the required crystals from whomever they like to put their pig rigs on that frequency.  The radio was never intended to be a general purpose 40 meter radio but was intended for single frequency use by clubs or nets.  I remember when I was about 16 years old, the one of the local AM radio stations was giving away am radios as a promotion.  Of course, the radios only received the single am station that was giving them away!  They had a single knob – on/off and volume.

Jerry W5JH

"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Bill Cromwell
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:16 AM
To: 4sqrp@...; John R. Lonigro
Cc: Charles Moizeau
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:
>
> Charles:
>
> The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
> tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
> Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
> why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.
>
> 72,
> John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H


PigRigs and Crystals

WA0ITP
 


Right on Jerry.
 
If the Group is interested, I'll organize a group purchase of 7122 crystals.  They will probably cost between $1 and $2 each.  I'll take the bulk delivery and mail your 4 xtals to you.  The postage will be on my nickel.
 
If at least 10 members sign up, I'll go ahead and place the order.  Wanna do it?
 
FYI Diz only has 60 PigRigs left. 
 
btw usual disclaimers apply both on the crystals and the rigs.
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:11 PM
Subject: RE: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Hi All,

     I believe it was Diz’s intent to use the Pig Rig for clubs, nets, etc.  Each club (such as 4sqrp) could have their very own frequency setup.  That way, the club members could stay in contact with one another.  It is not necessary to stick with 7030.7KHz but rather the club could pick a different frequency.  Once the club had picked a frequency then the club would buy the required crystals from whomever they like to put their pig rigs on that frequency.  The radio was never intended to be a general purpose 40 meter radio but was intended for single frequency use by clubs or nets.  I remember when I was about 16 years old, the one of the local AM radio stations was giving away am radios as a promotion.  Of course, the radios only received the single am station that was giving them away!  They had a single knob – on/off and volume.

Jerry W5JH

"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

 

 

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Bill Cromwell
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:16 AM
To: 4sqrp@...; John R. Lonigro
Cc: Charles Moizeau
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 

 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:
>
> Charles:
>
> The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
> tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
> Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
> why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.
>
> 72,
> John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Jerry Haigwood <jerry@...>
 

Hi All,

     I believe it was Diz’s intent to use the Pig Rig for clubs, nets, etc.  Each club (such as 4sqrp) could have their very own frequency setup.  That way, the club members could stay in contact with one another.  It is not necessary to stick with 7030.7KHz but rather the club could pick a different frequency.  Once the club had picked a frequency then the club would buy the required crystals from whomever they like to put their pig rigs on that frequency.  The radio was never intended to be a general purpose 40 meter radio but was intended for single frequency use by clubs or nets.  I remember when I was about 16 years old, the one of the local AM radio stations was giving away am radios as a promotion.  Of course, the radios only received the single am station that was giving them away!  They had a single knob – on/off and volume.

Jerry W5JH

"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

 

 

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Bill Cromwell
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 9:16 AM
To: 4sqrp@...; John R. Lonigro
Cc: Charles Moizeau
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 

 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:
>
> Charles:
>
> The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
> tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
> Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
> why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.
>
> 72,
> John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: 4S QRP Watering Holes!

W0IIT
 

Bill,

Your sense of humor, I like!!! I have been sitting here doing email for two hours----time that would really have been better spent on one of the rigs that surround me!!!!!!

Thanks es 72, Bart


Re: Pig Rig

W0IIT
 

Thanks agn Terry!! I accidentally deleted the email when you told me that and what cores to use for the filter. If you would tell me the core numbers again. I writing this stuff down now!!!!!

cu, Bart


Re: We was 40 and 80 last night?

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Same here Paul, I went out and checked them this AM, I thought the Ice had pulled em down!.
40 is waking up a little!


On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 10:37 AM, PaulS <psmith61@...> wrote:
 

I went out to check and my antennas were not laying on the ground but I would have sworn they were. I couldn't hear a peep on either band and called CQ a ton.... Oh we'll listening on 40 today de Paul NONBD



We was 40 and 80 last night?

Paul Smith
 

I went out to check and my antennas were not laying on the ground but I would have sworn they were. I couldn't hear a peep on either band and called CQ a ton.... Oh we'll listening on 40 today de Paul NONBD


Re: Litz Wire---- Was [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Bill Cromwell
 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 09:51 -0600, Ozark QRP Banner wrote:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Litz_wire

73....Walter . K5EST

Hi,

I had it the strands are braided and not twisted. Everything else I read
there is as I have read other places.

Newer litz wire might instead be coated with special SWR paint... oh...
wait. April is NEXT month.

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: Litz Wire---- Was [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Ozark QRP Banner <ozarkqrpbanner@...>
 

On Mar 3, 2013 9:40 AM, "Bart Lawson" <blawson2@...> wrote:
Hi Folks,

Just read, with interest, Charles W2SH's email about moving the frequency of a rock bound rig like the Pig Rig.  It brought up a mystery I have wondered about and pondered for years.  Like many on this list I have build and played with crystal radios for many years and presently subscribe to Uncle Phil's wonderful and informative newsletter that is directed towards all aspects of crystal radios and their evolution into later generations of rigs.  I am sure that somewhere along the line he or one of his authors have answered the question, what is the secret that gives litz wire it's magical properties?  If so, I missed it and am still wondering.

If anyone knows of an explanation of litz wire's magical properties would you please direct me to such an explanation?  I am sure the explanation would be too lengthy to be answered in a return email but if that would be possible please have at it!!!

cu es 72, Bart W0IIT
Pittsburg, KS

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Litz Wire---- Was [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

W0IIT
 

Hi Folks,

Just read, with interest, Charles W2SH's email about moving the frequency of a rock bound rig like the Pig Rig. It brought up a mystery I have wondered about and pondered for years. Like many on this list I have build and played with crystal radios for many years and presently subscribe to Uncle Phil's wonderful and informative newsletter that is directed towards all aspects of crystal radios and their evolution into later generations of rigs. I am sure that somewhere along the line he or one of his authors have answered the question, what is the secret that gives litz wire it's magical properties? If so, I missed it and am still wondering.

If anyone knows of an explanation of litz wire's magical properties would you please direct me to such an explanation? I am sure the explanation would be too lengthy to be answered in a return email but if that would be possible please have at it!!!

cu es 72, Bart W0IIT
Pittsburg, KS


Re: 4S QRP Watering Holes!

Bill Cromwell
 

On Sun, 2013-03-03 at 05:50 -0600, John R. Lonigro wrote:

Charles:

The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also
tuned to 7.031 MHz. The entire rig is designed around that frequency.
Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig. That's
why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.

72,
John AA0VE

Hi,

To be crystal clear (pun intended) the crystal filter is in the front
end of the receiver and NOT at some IF or "shifted frequency". A VXO
won't help much. It sounds like a lot of fun. But it's not my cup of tea
being so restricted, either. Unless..I have some *other* radios I can
use when the Pig Rig frequency is in use. Like the radios that surround
me when I'm typing emails (evil grin).

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: 4S QRP Watering Holes!

John Lonigro
 

Charles:

The unique feature of the Pigrig is the narrow crystal filter is also tuned to 7.031 MHz.  The entire rig is designed around that frequency.  Diz was able to do that because it is a single frequency rig.  That's why, for example, you can't easily modify it to use the SAVXO.

72,
John AA0VE

On 03/02/2013 08:57 PM, Charles Moizeau wrote:
 

I've been following this and the Pig Rig thread.  I seems that there are some concerns over being pinned down to one frequency, and it may be that there will be some VXO modifications that will arrive in due time.  There are some well-known techniques for stretching the frequency swing a small bit, e.g., paralleling a second crystal of almost the same frequency and putting one or more inductors in the pulling circuitry.

Of possible interest is an article published in 73 Magazine for March 1996 by Ken Cornell, W2IMB, SK.
The link is:

http://ia700806.us.archive.org/15/items/73-magazine-1996-03/03_March_1996.pdf

Ken used that simplest of oscillators, the Pierce; An MF102, one crystal, five disc capacitors , one resistor, one rf choke and a permeability tuned inductor.  Ken reports being able to swing a 3.57945 mHz color burst crystal some 30 to 40kHz!  The secret was in the sauce and the sauce used litz wire in the inductor
.

My workbench is currently bare for I am presently concerned with post-Sandy repairs and clean-up, but I find myself not too charmed by the mechanics of the described permeability tuning arrangement. 

I'm wondering if the inductor might be litz wire on a toroidal form with the variable tuning supplied by a variable capacitor.  Another thought is that, instead of a variable capacitor, a control winding might be interwound with the litz, and that control winding could be shunted by a rheostat.  Varying the rheostat's resistance would vary the impedance that the control winding would reflect back into the litz winding, and thus change its inductance and the oscillator's frequency.

72,

Charles, W2SH

 




To: 4sqrp@...; davemrtn@...
CC: wa0itp@...; jomatlock@...
From: jonigro@...
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 05:24:47 -0600
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 
Putting the pigrig on 7122 might be super easy, but what happens when you have to move up or down a little when that frequency is busy?

John AA0VE


On 03/01/2013 10:19 PM, David Martin wrote:
 

Never mind, looks like changing crystals would be a whole lot easier.

On 03/01/2013 09:49 PM, David Martin wrote:
 

I hadn't printed schematics yet to see if it's doable, but what about adapting the SAVXO to the Pig Rig ???


On 03/01/2013 08:47 PM, WA0ITP wrote:
 

It will be super easy to put the existing pigrig on 7122 - 4 crystals is all it takes.  My 7040 rocks are all soldered in, may have to change 'em out. 
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 01, 2013 8:42 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

He Guys
Well it's neat to see all the excitement that 
has been stirred up with the DiZ Pig Rig!
Now, we need to find some  "Watering Holes  for our group to hang out at so we can go there and see who is calling CQ. 3564 and 7122 seem like candidates for 40 and 80, but how about 20m?
Do we move up a little to 14.062? 
Just a thought for you guys to kick around.
We seem to have a new found presence on the QRP world and I think it would be neat to have a place to meet up on the bands!
Thanks 
Johnny AC0BQ






Re: 4S QRP Watering Holes!

w2sh@...
 

I've been following this and the Pig Rig thread.  I seems that there are some concerns over being pinned down to one frequency, and it may be that there will be some VXO modifications that will arrive in due time.  There are some well-known techniques for stretching the frequency swing a small bit, e.g., paralleling a second crystal of almost the same frequency and putting one or more inductors in the pulling circuitry.

Of possible interest is an article published in 73 Magazine for March 1996 by Ken Cornell, W2IMB, SK.
The link is:

http://ia700806.us.archive.org/15/items/73-magazine-1996-03/03_March_1996.pdf

Ken used that simplest of oscillators, the Pierce; An MF102, one crystal, five disc capacitors , one resistor, one rf choke and a permeability tuned inductor.  Ken reports being able to swing a 3.57945 mHz color burst crystal some 30 to 40kHz!  The secret was in the sauce and the sauce used litz wire in the inductor
.

My workbench is currently bare for I am presently concerned with post-Sandy repairs and clean-up, but I find myself not too charmed by the mechanics of the described permeability tuning arrangement. 

I'm wondering if the inductor might be litz wire on a toroidal form with the variable tuning supplied by a variable capacitor.  Another thought is that, instead of a variable capacitor, a control winding might be interwound with the litz, and that control winding could be shunted by a rheostat.  Varying the rheostat's resistance would vary the impedance that the control winding would reflect back into the litz winding, and thus change its inductance and the oscillator's frequency.

72,

Charles, W2SH

 




To: 4sqrp@...; davemrtn@...
CC: wa0itp@...; jomatlock@...
From: jonigro@...
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 05:24:47 -0600
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

 
Putting the pigrig on 7122 might be super easy, but what happens when you have to move up or down a little when that frequency is busy?

John AA0VE


On 03/01/2013 10:19 PM, David Martin wrote:
 

Never mind, looks like changing crystals would be a whole lot easier.

On 03/01/2013 09:49 PM, David Martin wrote:
 

I hadn't printed schematics yet to see if it's doable, but what about adapting the SAVXO to the Pig Rig ???


On 03/01/2013 08:47 PM, WA0ITP wrote:
 

It will be super easy to put the existing pigrig on 7122 - 4 crystals is all it takes.  My 7040 rocks are all soldered in, may have to change 'em out. 
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 01, 2013 8:42 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] 4S QRP Watering Holes!

He Guys
Well it's neat to see all the excitement that 
has been stirred up with the DiZ Pig Rig!
Now, we need to find some  "Watering Holes  for our group to hang out at so we can go there and see who is calling CQ. 3564 and 7122 seem like candidates for 40 and 80, but how about 20m?
Do we move up a little to 14.062? 
Just a thought for you guys to kick around.
We seem to have a new found presence on the QRP world and I think it would be neat to have a place to meet up on the bands!
Thanks 
Johnny AC0BQ





Re: CQ CQ CQ on 3560

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Where you at Paul?


On Saturday, March 2, 2013, PaulS wrote:
 

De Paul NONBD spots doesn't like my spot I guess 2 try's and no post yet CQ CQ de NONBD


CQ CQ CQ on 3560

Paul Smith
 

De Paul NONBD spots doesn't like my spot I guess 2 try's and no post yet CQ CQ de NONBD


pig rig

Dg Arnholt <dgarnholt@...>
 

the rig sounds fun.. good price 2 ..but with itu changing us with region 2 it all could be moot.. i'll use the 4020 on 7122 ...just need something on 30 not that iever had a qso on 30 since it opened to hams.. but things change i suppose:) lol
Denniswd9dwe


Pig rig shipped

Paul Smith
 

I got an email this morning saying pig rig nr 158 is shipped..... Oink oink de Paul NONBD


Re: Pig Rig

WA0ITP
 

GM BArtimus

It is a TP-19

----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bart Lawson" <blawson2@...>
To: <4sqrp@...>; "bobby" <rolph981@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2013 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Pig Rig


| Bobby what was the number? Terry gave me the number but I accidentally
deleted it!
|
| cu es 72, Bart
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