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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Wayne Dillon
 

Make that 3 other guys!
God Bless, Wayne - KC0PMH


On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 10:41 PM, Shawn Reed <neivahul@...> wrote:
 

On 10/16/2013 7:09 PM, Johnny Matlock wrote:
 

Sounds interesting to me Paul.

Anyone one else in the group interested?
Johnny AC0BQ

On Wednesday, October 16, 2013, Paul Smith wrote:
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

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   board. What kit(s) did you have in mind? I wonder what limitations have been over come with time and practice.  shawnr kf7yff
   




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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

 

I'll raise my hand now that we're heading back into the cold time of the
year. I'm more of a kit builder than a parts scrounger so I lean that
way when possible. I built the Hendricks Scout regen kit and while it
was a nice first time experience for someone who had never played with a
regen before, it is better suited to general listening than as a serious
amateur band receiver, but I knew that going in.

What would really tickle my fancy would be something more serious for
our use on 80 and 40m CW with an adequate bandspread. Last year I found
The Radio Board forums:

http://theradioboard.com/rb/index.php

which is an interesting read and a source of inspiration. I think it
would be cool to have a regen with a PLL LO with a digital readout. And
I'd like a tube regen designed for amateur use just for SKN, etc.

72, de Nate >>

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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Bill VanKirk
 

Count me in as well.

de Bill W0PT


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Shawn Reed <neivahul@...>
 

On 10/16/2013 7:09 PM, Johnny Matlock wrote:
�

Sounds interesting to me Paul.

Anyone one else in the group interested?
Johnny AC0BQ

On Wednesday, October 16, 2013, Paul Smith wrote:
�

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad



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�� It would be a fun amount of learning for me. Nothing too official--to help keep the cost down. I just came across one project that covers the freq. range of 3.5Mhz, to 12Mhz. It uses a "Far Circuits"���
�� board. What kit(s) did you have in mind? I wonder what limitations have been over come with time and practice.� shawnr kf7yff
���


Wed. night PSK Checkins.

Virgil R. Hammond <n0tgr@...>
 

Wed. night  PSK  Checkins:
K6QKL  Chuck,  Fairview Ht. IL
KA0KRN  David, Ottumwa, IA
W5JAY  Jay, Ft. Smith, AR
KC0IFQ  Dennis. Augusta, KS
AC0WZ  Dan, Fulton, MO
Good band, tnx fer all checkins.
N0TGR  Dick Augusta, KS  NCS
 


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Sounds interesting to me Paul.
Anyone one else in the group interested?
Johnny AC0BQ


On Wednesday, October 16, 2013, Paul Smith wrote:
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad



--
QRP....."more smiles per watt"


Regenerative receiver thoughts

Paul Smith
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad


Re: 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

Paul Smith
 

I would enjoy a hot ham and cheese on rye and a Coffee hi hi

de Paul N0NBD

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On Oct 16, 2013, at 7:59 PM, "dekle" <dekle@...> wrote:

 

Send me a sandwich.
 
Bill
KV6Z
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

 

Hi folks:

The October 4SQRP lunch bunch gathering will be this upcoming Saturday,
the 19th at the Country Cupboard restaurant in downtown Seneca, MO.
Lunch will be at 11:00.

Weather forecast looks line sunshine and 61 F.

73,

Dave W0CH

http://www.4sqrp.com/CountryCupboard.html


Re: 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

AG1P Ron
 

With my diet, they would have to send me picture of a sandwich ;-)

 

Seriously now – how about posting some pics of the gatherings so we from afar can see all the fun we are missing?

 

72 – Ron – AG1P

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of dekle
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 6:00 PM
To: 4sqrp@...; David Bixler
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

 

 

Send me a sandwich.

 

Bill

KV6Z

 

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

Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 7:35 PM

Subject: [4sqrp] 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

 

 

Hi folks:

The October 4SQRP lunch bunch gathering will be this upcoming Saturday,
the 19th at the Country Cupboard restaurant in downtown Seneca, MO.
Lunch will be at 11:00.

Weather forecast looks line sunshine and 61 F.

73,

Dave W0CH

http://www.4sqrp.com/CountryCupboard.html


Re: 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

dekle <dekle@...>
 

Send me a sandwich.
 
Bill
KV6Z
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 7:35 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] 4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

 

Hi folks:

The October 4SQRP lunch bunch gathering will be this upcoming Saturday,
the 19th at the Country Cupboard restaurant in downtown Seneca, MO.
Lunch will be at 11:00.

Weather forecast looks line sunshine and 61 F.

73,

Dave W0CH

http://www.4sqrp.com/CountryCupboard.html


4SQRP Luncheon Saturday

David Bixler <qrp@...>
 

Hi folks:

The October 4SQRP lunch bunch gathering will be this upcoming Saturday, the 19th at the Country Cupboard restaurant in downtown Seneca, MO. Lunch will be at 11:00.

Weather forecast looks line sunshine and 61 F.

73,

Dave W0CH


http://www.4sqrp.com/CountryCupboard.html


Tonites 40m nets

Wayne Dillon
 

Sorry all,
I'll be out of town tonite, Family stuff.
Perhaps someone can step in this week?
72/3 es God Bless all de Wayne - KC0PMH 

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Wed Nite Nets

WA0ITP
 

The Four State QRP Comfortable nets meet each Wednesday night
beginning at 7:30 PM CDT, 0030z.

If we have to QSY, I like to move up, Wayne likes to move down,
and Dick doesn't have to move much at all.

Add anything to the exchange that you wish, temp rig, ant, etc.
Checking into all sessions is encouraged.

7:30 CDT 0030z ... 40M CW Net on 7122, KC�PMH NCS
8:00 CDT 0100z ... 80M CW Net on 3564, WA�ITP NCS.
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Re: keying circuit

davemrtn
 


Re: keying circuit

Wayne Dillon
 

Thanks Jim,
If I'd have thought it through I'd have figured it out :) But thanks for taking the time to respond.
God Bless all de Wayne - KC0PMH


On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 8:31 AM, Jim Sheldon <w0eb@...> wrote:
 

Wayne & all,
The only reason not to have all the grounds tied together is in case there is an older rig that uses high voltage, negative voltage, in the keying circuit like some of the older Kenwoods that had tube finals and the Heathkit tube rigs.  Some people still do have them ya know, hi hi.
 
If that were the case, one could get into a bit of trouble due to voltage feedback on the ground circuit keying rigs that weren't supposed to be keyed.  
 
I really don't see a problem with it as 99 percent of the rigs today have + voltage on the tip circuit in the Jack and most everything is solid state anyway, but like I said, there are still that 1 percent of the older rigs in use.
 
I'd bet that most people who have the older rigs would be using opto-isolators or reed relays of some sort when using a solid state keyer for CW.  Mechanicals such as hand keys/bugs wouldn't be a problem except for the possibility of the negative voltage on the old grid-block keying rigs affecting the newer positive voltage keying circuits.  The other problem would be that a grid block keyed rig usually had a negative 80 volts or so on the key jack and that might prove detrimental to any solid state devices unless they were designed to handle high voltage.
 
Jim - W0EB

> Hi David and the group.
> Just curious, why not tie all the grounds together? am I missing
> something here? With my "multi switching" box all the grounds are
> tied together and I've had no problems...
>
> God Bless all de Wayne - KC0PMH
>
>
> On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 4:15 AM, David Martin
> <davemrtn@...> wrote:
>
>
>> I agree, you should not tie all the
>> grounds together, it can cause problems... been there done that.
>>
> You can get a 3 pole rotary switch from Jameco and that will allow
>
>> you to switch 3 circuits.  You'd want to do this if you are using
>> an iambic key.
>>
>
> You will need to mount any jacks used on a non-metalic surface to
>
>> keep the ground circuits isolated from each other.
>>
> On 10/14/2013 10:57 PM, Todd F. Carney / K7TFC wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm with WB9DLC. A rotary switch is the way to go. Use one pole
>>> for the signal and one for each ground. That is, don't use a
>>> common ground. Run a separate ground from each radio.
>>>
>>>
>>> Also, I'd be inclined to use a "break-before- make" rotary
>>> rather than a "make- before-break" variety.
>>>
>>>
>>> Best
>>>
>>>
>>> Todd
>>>
>>> On Oct 14, 2013 8:46 PM, "WB9DLC - Mike Barrell"
>>> <wb9dlc@...> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Radio Shack has a 2 pole 6 pos.
>>>> Switch Model: 275-1386.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Can't imagine making it any more
>>>> complicated.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 73
> Mike - WB9DLC
>
>>>>
>>>>  
>>>> On Oct 14, 2013 11:40 PM, "n0jrn" <n0jrn@...> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks Nate:
>>>>>
> BUT, I have all the isolation I
>
>>>>> need inside the electronic
>>>>>
> keyer. I just want to switch it's
>
>>>>> output to multiple rigs
>>>>>
> and not sure if I need anything to
>
>>>>> protect from RF etc.
>>>>>
> I'm looking into this for a friend
>
>>>>> and he wants to use his
>>>>>
> keyer on 4 seperate rigs without
>
>>>>> plugging and unplugging.
>>>>>
> I don't see much of a problem with
>
>>>>> just switching the output
>>>>>
> of the keyer.
>
> Just curious if I need to protect
>
>>>>> the circuit in some fashion.
>>>>>
> 73 Jerry
>
> ----- "Nate Bargmann" <n0nb@...>
>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>> * On 2013 14 Oct 21:26 -0500,
>>
>>>>> n0jrn wrote:
>>>>>
>>> Gang:
>>>
>>> IF you have an
>>>
>>>>> electronic keyer and you want to use
>>>>>
>>> it with multiple rigs
>>>
>>>>> without plugging and unplugging
>>>>>
>>> all the time, what
>>>
>>>>> circuit would you use to switch
>>>>>
>>> between rigs.
>>>
>>> Electronic keyer would
>>>
>>>>> go to the switch and switch
>>>>>
>>> to multiple outputs.
>>>
>>> Doesn't seem like it
>>>
>>>>> would take much more than the
>>>>>
>>> switch but would you use
>>>
>>>>> diodes on the outputs,
>>>>>
>>> capacitors on the
>>>
>>>>> grounds ??
>>>>>
>> Seems like the ideal
>>
>>>>> application for optocouplers. Bias one for
>>>>>
>> positive keying and the other
>>
>>>>> for negative keying (TS-520, TS-830,
>>>>>
>> etc.). Use as many as needed
>>
>>>>> for multiple rig outputs. Isolation
>>>>>
>> between rigs and between the
>>
>>>>> tigs and keyer.
>>>>>
>> 72, de Nate >>
>>
>> --
>>
>> "The optimist proclaims that
>>
>>>>> we live in the best of all
>>>>>
>> possible worlds. The
>>
>>>>> pessimist fears this is true."
>>>>>
>> Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and
>>
>>>>> more: http://www.n0nb.us
>>
>>
>>>>> ------------------------------------
>>>>>
>> 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com OzarkCon is coming April 4-5,
>>
>>>>> 2014 in Branson, MO
>>>>>
>>>>> Groups Links
>>
>
> --
> David Martin - K5DCM ---o0o---
> Mountain Home, Arkansas
> Guns don't kill people, any more than spoons & forks cause
>
>> obesity.
> I guess most people don't think because it's too tedious for them!
> What I like about naps is, I can get them done while I'm sleeping.
> If they can, they do; without thinking if they should.




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The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
The Lord lift up his contenance upon you and give you peace.

God Bless from Wayne Dillon - KC0PMH

Joshua 24:14-15
2 Cor 5:17
1 Jn 2:17
 

4 State QRP Group NCS - 40m & 160m
4SQRP #95
FPQRP #342 (Flying Pigs QRP Club)
G-QRP-C #11504
NAQCC # 0759
QRP-ARCI #11505
SKCC #1155C
SOC #848
30MDG#1176
NEQRP #693
GORC #192


Re: keying circuit

Jim Sheldon
 

Wayne & all,
The only reason not to have all the grounds tied together is in case there is an older rig that uses high voltage, negative voltage, in the keying circuit like some of the older Kenwoods that had tube finals and the Heathkit tube rigs.  Some people still do have them ya know, hi hi.
 
If that were the case, one could get into a bit of trouble due to voltage feedback on the ground circuit keying rigs that weren't supposed to be keyed.  
 
I really don't see a problem with it as 99 percent of the rigs today have + voltage on the tip circuit in the Jack and most everything is solid state anyway, but like I said, there are still that 1 percent of the older rigs in use.
 
I'd bet that most people who have the older rigs would be using opto-isolators or reed relays of some sort when using a solid state keyer for CW.  Mechanicals such as hand keys/bugs wouldn't be a problem except for the possibility of the negative voltage on the old grid-block keying rigs affecting the newer positive voltage keying circuits.  The other problem would be that a grid block keyed rig usually had a negative 80 volts or so on the key jack and that might prove detrimental to any solid state devices unless they were designed to handle high voltage.
 
Jim - W0EB

> Hi David and the group.
> Just curious, why not tie all the grounds together? am I missing
> something here? With my "multi switching" box all the grounds are
> tied together and I've had no problems...
>
> God Bless all de Wayne - KC0PMH
>
>
> On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 4:15 AM, David Martin
> wrote:
>
>
>> I agree, you should not tie all the
>> grounds together, it can cause problems... been there done that.
>>
> You can get a 3 pole rotary switch from Jameco and that will allow
>
>> you to switch 3 circuits.  You'd want to do this if you are using
>> an iambic key.
>>
>
> You will need to mount any jacks used on a non-metalic surface to
>
>> keep the ground circuits isolated from each other.
>>
> On 10/14/2013 10:57 PM, Todd F. Carney / K7TFC wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm with WB9DLC. A rotary switch is the way to go. Use one pole
>>> for the signal and one for each ground. That is, don't use a
>>> common ground. Run a separate ground from each radio.
>>>
>>>
>>> Also, I'd be inclined to use a "break-before- make" rotary
>>> rather than a "make- before-break" variety.
>>>
>>>
>>> Best
>>>
>>>
>>> Todd
>>>
>>> On Oct 14, 2013 8:46 PM, "WB9DLC - Mike Barrell"
>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Radio Shack has a 2 pole 6 pos.
>>>> Switch Model: 275-1386.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Can't imagine making it any more
>>>> complicated.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 73
> Mike - WB9DLC
>
>>>>
>>>>  
>>>> On Oct 14, 2013 11:40 PM, "n0jrn" wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks Nate:
>>>>>
> BUT, I have all the isolation I
>
>>>>> need inside the electronic
>>>>>
> keyer. I just want to switch it's
>
>>>>> output to multiple rigs
>>>>>
> and not sure if I need anything to
>
>>>>> protect from RF etc.
>>>>>
> I'm looking into this for a friend
>
>>>>> and he wants to use his
>>>>>
> keyer on 4 seperate rigs without
>
>>>>> plugging and unplugging.
>>>>>
> I don't see much of a problem with
>
>>>>> just switching the output
>>>>>
> of the keyer.
>
> Just curious if I need to protect
>
>>>>> the circuit in some fashion.
>>>>>
> 73 Jerry
>
> ----- "Nate Bargmann"
>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>> * On 2013 14 Oct 21:26 -0500,
>>
>>>>> n0jrn wrote:
>>>>>
>>> Gang:
>>>
>>> IF you have an
>>>
>>>>> electronic keyer and you want to use
>>>>>
>>> it with multiple rigs
>>>
>>>>> without plugging and unplugging
>>>>>
>>> all the time, what
>>>
>>>>> circuit would you use to switch
>>>>>
>>> between rigs.
>>>
>>> Electronic keyer would
>>>
>>>>> go to the switch and switch
>>>>>
>>> to multiple outputs.
>>>
>>> Doesn't seem like it
>>>
>>>>> would take much more than the
>>>>>
>>> switch but would you use
>>>
>>>>> diodes on the outputs,
>>>>>
>>> capacitors on the
>>>
>>>>> grounds ??
>>>>>
>> Seems like the ideal
>>
>>>>> application for optocouplers. Bias one for
>>>>>
>> positive keying and the other
>>
>>>>> for negative keying (TS-520, TS-830,
>>>>>
>> etc.). Use as many as needed
>>
>>>>> for multiple rig outputs. Isolation
>>>>>
>> between rigs and between the
>>
>>>>> tigs and keyer.
>>>>>
>> 72, de Nate >>
>>
>> --
>>
>> "The optimist proclaims that
>>
>>>>> we live in the best of all
>>>>>
>> possible worlds. The
>>
>>>>> pessimist fears this is true."
>>>>>
>> Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and
>>
>>>>> more: http://www.n0nb.us
>>
>>
>>>>> ------------------------------------
>>>>>
>> 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com OzarkCon is coming April 4-5,
>>
>>>>> 2014 in Branson, MO
>>>>>
>>>>> Groups Links
>>
>
> --
> David Martin - K5DCM ---o0o---
> Mountain Home, Arkansas
> Guns don't kill people, any more than spoons & forks cause
>
>> obesity.
> I guess most people don't think because it's too tedious for them!
> What I like about naps is, I can get them done while I'm sleeping.
> If they can, they do; without thinking if they should.


Re: keying circuit

Wayne Dillon
 

Hi David and the group.
Just curious, why not tie all the grounds together? am I missing something here? With my "multi switching" box all the grounds are tied together and I've had no problems...
God Bless all de Wayne - KC0PMH


On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 4:15 AM, David Martin <davemrtn@...> wrote:
 

I agree, you should not tie all the grounds together, it can cause problems... been there done that.

You can get a 3 pole rotary switch from Jameco and that will allow you to switch 3 circuits.  You'd want to do this if you are using an iambic key.

You will need to mount any jacks used on a non-metalic surface to keep the ground circuits isolated from each other.

On 10/14/2013 10:57 PM, Todd F. Carney / K7TFC wrote:
 

I'm with WB9DLC. A rotary switch is the way to go. Use one pole for the signal and one for each ground. That is, don't use a common ground. Run a separate ground from each radio.

Also, I'd be inclined to use a "break-before- make" rotary rather than a "make- before-break" variety.

Best

Todd

On Oct 14, 2013 8:46 PM, "WB9DLC - Mike Barrell" <wb9dlc@...> wrote:
 

Radio Shack has a 2 pole 6 pos. Switch Model: 275-1386.

Can't imagine making it any more complicated.

73
Mike - WB9DLC
HTTP://wb9dlc.com

   

On Oct 14, 2013 11:40 PM, "n0jrn" <n0jrn@...> wrote:
 

Thanks Nate:

BUT, I have all the isolation I need inside the electronic
keyer. I just want to switch it's output to multiple rigs
and not sure if I need anything to protect from RF etc.

I'm looking into this for a friend and he wants to use his
keyer on 4 seperate rigs without plugging and unplugging.

I don't see much of a problem with just switching the output
of the keyer.

Just curious if I need to protect the circuit in some fashion.

73 Jerry

----- "Nate Bargmann" <n0nb@...> wrote:

> * On 2013 14 Oct 21:26 -0500, n0jrn wrote:
> > Gang:
> >
> > IF you have an electronic keyer and you want to use
> > it with multiple rigs without plugging and unplugging
> > all the time, what circuit would you use to switch
> > between rigs.
> >
> > Electronic keyer would go to the switch and switch
> > to multiple outputs.
> >
> > Doesn't seem like it would take much more than the
> > switch but would you use diodes on the outputs,
> > capacitors on the grounds ??
>
> Seems like the ideal application for optocouplers. Bias one for
> positive keying and the other for negative keying (TS-520, TS-830,
> etc.). Use as many as needed for multiple rig outputs. Isolation
> between rigs and between the tigs and keyer.
>
> 72, de Nate >>
>
> --
>
> "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
> possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."
>
> Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://www.n0nb.us
>
>
> ------------------------------------
>
> 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com
> OzarkCon is coming April 4-5, 2014 in Branson, MO
> View Details at http://www.ozarkcon.com/index.phpYahoo! Groups Links
>
>
>



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

Guns don't kill people, any more than spoons & forks cause obesity.
I guess most people don't think because it's too tedious for them!
What I like about naps is, I can get them done while I'm sleeping.
If they can, they do; without thinking if they should.

 




--
http://www.qsl.net/kc0pmh/   Under construction but please visit anyway.
 
QRP -  EFFICIENCY AND SKILL, NOT POWER. 
 
I'm British by birth but American by CHOICE!

Jesus came to pay a debt He didn't owe because we owe a debt we cannot pay...

The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
The Lord lift up his contenance upon you and give you peace.

God Bless from Wayne Dillon - KC0PMH

Joshua 24:14-15
2 Cor 5:17
1 Jn 2:17
 

4 State QRP Group NCS - 40m & 160m
4SQRP #95
FPQRP #342 (Flying Pigs QRP Club)
G-QRP-C #11504
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Re: Emails getting thru or not? K4UPG 4SQRP 117

WA0ITP
 

Kelly, Randy, and all:
 
This is my fault, I made up the Second Sunday Sprint note that Dave uploaded to the web site, and thought that it would be good to have a descriptive email address for it, as we do for the 4x4 sprint. 
 
I suggest that everyone send their scores directly to Walter at spike55@... 
 
I apoligize for the inconvenience and frustration.
 
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Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72   WA0ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
To: 4x4@...
Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 7:34 AM
Subject: Emails getting thru or not? K4UPG 4SQRP 117

I've now sent 4 emails about my 4x4 score not being included in the list. I sent the original email per instructions to this email address from my kmacker@... address on 10/5/2013 at 8:22 PM EDT a few minutes later I sent my comments to the Yahoo Group. But my score was not in the list that was posted to the group later. I've sent 3 more emails and do not seem to be getting through to anyone. I screenshot of the original email I sent is included so you can see it was sent, there was no error or bounce message received. I am a sys admin on a 4000 user secure email system for missionaries that covers the globe. I am used to email issues but this one traces thru without problems via the test tools that I have available to check routing and delivery. Perhaps the new gmail.com format is causing email to be put in the new tabs which are easy to overlook.

I'm a contest point giver so not a big deal to not be listed, but as a computer geek, there is a problem with the system if email and spreadsheets do not work or arrive at the destination.

Using my third email to see if it gets thru to anyone and copying Terry on this so it is not lost in the ether as my 2watt sig often is. Is anyone out there?  

You may know me by my K4UPG  callsign and member #117 -- this is one of  my ministry emails... :-)
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in HIM,
Rev. Kelly E. McClelland, Chief Navigation Officer, Certified Career Mgmt and Tough Transitions Coach
Transition Time Coach LLC, http://www.transitiontimecoach.com

kelly@... --  (407)545-6140


Re: SPRINT (SS)

Walter - K5EST
 

Hi Randy, I have your SSS report.
Thank you!.......de K5EST

...get your QRP on--->4SQRP...

On Oct 15, 2013 11:07 PM, <KB4QQJ@...> wrote:
 

I seem to be having a problem getting email delivered to:
sss at 4sqrp dot com ??
Am I misreading what it on the web site? Or just plain messing up  the address.... heh heh
 
In any case here is my sprint log such as it was.
I'll keep trying to get it to Walter via the sss address.
 
72 for now,
Randy_KB4QQJ
 
 
 
Hey,
It's not much but all I could manage for the short time  got to play.
always fun and looking forward to the next one.
Eight (8) contacts
MODE = CW

72 for now,
Randy_KB4QQJ

General Logging
40m   CW  10/14/13  0100  WA0ITP       599         599   IA   TERRY
40m   CW  10/14/13  0109  W0IIT        559         599   KS   WILLIAM
40m   CW  10/14/13  0113  W2SH         599         599   NJ   CHARLES
40m   CW  10/14/13  0120  KV6Z         559         599   OK   WILLIAM
40m   CW  10/14/13  0122  WA4ZOF       559         599   AL   RODMAN
40m   CW  10/14/13  0124  KB5FCF       559         599   OK   JOEL
80m   CW  10/14/13  0132  W2SH         599         599   NJ   CHAS
30m   CW  10/14/13  0139  E71A         599         599    Bosnia / Herzegovina     EMIL
 
Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

     sss@...

Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain 4sqrp.com by mx00.1and1.com. [74.208.5.3].

The error that the other server returned was:
550 <sss@...>: invalid address


Re: SPRINT (SS)

kb4qqj
 

Tried this one also with the same result, obviously I've done something wrong.
 
 
Randy_KB4QQJ
 

Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

     spike55@...

Technical details of permanent failure:
DNS Error: DNS server returned answer with no data