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Re: Dave Cripes' Email

Tom Sevart <n2uhc@...>
 

On 06/10/2013 07:42, WA0ITP wrote:
Looks like Dave's email address has been hijacked.

If you get an email supposedly from him that has a subject similar to
"News from
David Cripe", don't open it. There's only a link in the body of the
message and
I suggest not clicking it.
I suppose it's good advice to remind people to NEVER click on links in email that consist solely of a link. That's a dead giveaway that it's a malware link. It's also a good idea to keep your malware & virus scan software updated.

--
Tom Sevart N2UHC
St. Paul, KS


Re: Field Day

WA0ITP
 

From one Iowegian to another - Awesome!!

Hope to work you from Weston Bend, MO. What call will you be using?

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From: "nm0s_qrp" <ai9e_qrp@yahoo.com>
To: <4sqrp@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2013 4:45 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] Field Day


|I decided I'm going to try a Field Day operation with 100% Iowa gear, a
Cyclone, QRPoMeter, an old Collins tuner, a Cedar Rapids (Electric Specialty
Mfg. Co.) bug, and a PowerFilm solar panel. The only thing that won't be
locally sourced will be the battery. I'm a bit excited about this.
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Solder station tips

George H. Gates
 

Just bought a new solder station. Wonder what you prefer as to shape and tip size? tnx Geo/W2BPI


Re: Field Day

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Me to, you could at least buy the battery in Iowa... or make your own...

72/73/Scotty/NUØS



nm0s_qrp wrote:

 

I decided I'm going to try a Field Day operation with 100% Iowa gear, a Cyclone, QRPoMeter, an old Collins tuner, a Cedar Rapids (Electric Specialty Mfg. Co.) bug, and a PowerFilm solar panel. The only thing that won't be locally sourced will be the battery. I'm a bit excited about this.

73


Re: Field Day

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Me to, you could at least buy the battery in Iowa... or make your own...

72/73/Scotty/NUØS



nm0s_qrp wrote:

 

I decided I'm going to try a Field Day operation with 100% Iowa gear, a Cyclone, QRPoMeter, an old Collins tuner, a Cedar Rapids (Electric Specialty Mfg. Co.) bug, and a PowerFilm solar panel. The only thing that won't be locally sourced will be the battery. I'm a bit excited about this.

73


Field Day

nm0s_qrp <ai9e_qrp@...>
 

I decided I'm going to try a Field Day operation with 100% Iowa gear, a Cyclone, QRPoMeter, an old Collins tuner, a Cedar Rapids (Electric Specialty Mfg. Co.) bug, and a PowerFilm solar panel. The only thing that won't be locally sourced will be the battery. I'm a bit excited about this.

73


Re: 4S Sprint

w2sh@...
 

Finally got the 160-meter dipole back up after being QRT for four weeks.  Tuned it up on 7.122 mHz and worked AB9CA.  Had to repeat my # (85) several times for Dave, so I wasn't too potent there.  KF5RAU was strong, but never heard me, nor most of the other stations calling him.  WØXI also had a strong signal.  He gave my transmissions a heroic effort but this sadly ended with a busted QSO.

Condx were certainly OK here, but were either bad elsewhere, or else my antenna has big ears with a small mouth.

72,

Charles, W2SH

 


Re: 4S Sprint

Johnny AC0BQ
 

No problem Scotty
I was more than glad to way to 20.
You were my only customer!
72
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sunday, June 9, 2013, Scotty Long wrote:
 

Sorry John I tried calling you on the spot with no luck... ended up talking to Bill NK6X for nice QSO...

72/73/Scotty/NUØS



jgoodsell@... wrote:

 

Had to recount the contacts a couple of times to make sure I had the count right.  Yep, ONE!

 

Johnny, AC0BQ on 20meters.    Thanks Johnny for hanging in there!

 

I thought this was my chance to finally make some contact with 4 State members since this was open to 15 and  20 meter.  At the starting gun I chased AC0BQ and W0XI on 40 meters but they could not hear me.  I spent the rest of the first hour or so on 15 and 20 but no luck whatsoever.  I finally whined on QRP Spots and N0US gave  me a frequency on 20 but again, he couldn’t hear me.  Finally connected with Johnny on 20 for my only contact.

 

Saving grace- I was operating in the pool with my ATS4 so at least I was relatively cool. It was over 100 degrees here today and well over 90 in the shack.   Yeah, I know, water and electricity don’t go together…

 

Looking forward to the next sprint.

 

WB6HVH

John

 


Re: Sprint

random.path
 

I was the opposite. Had no idea there was a 4S sprint this evening. I'm stuck on call at the hospital for 24 hours, so I brought my KX3 and Alexloop. Ran out of things to do so set up on the deserted cafeteria patio this evening and ran across the 4S CQs around 7.122 and made a couple QSOs - W0CH and KB5FCF. Heard WB0QQF but he couldn't hear me.

This group is really making its mark between the kits, member growth, magazine mentions, active reflector, and now contests! Woot Woot!

Chip
AE5KA


Re: Sprint tonight

Mike
 

Great sprint last night: Boy some of you were really stuck in the mud but managed to pull you out. One I thought I would never get his nr. but eventually we had a QSL. I think it was Rod WA4ZOF.

Stations worked:
N0NBD
WA4ZOF
WBQQT
AB9CA
W0XI
AND KV6Z (MY NEIGHBOR IN CLAREMORE, OK)
All but the first 2 were in the old Novice section of the 40M band around 7.122.

I had one fellow jump in, (KA4RRU), wondering what CQ 4S meant. Just so he wasn't left out he gave me his SKCC nr. So I linked him up to the 4s web page. He has a nice shack with a complete ant farm. Hmmmm wonder what 1/2 Watt would do from there. Anyway I'm going to make up a custom QSL card using the club call and send it to him as a momento.

Can't wait for the next one.

72 to all
Mike Morris
KF5RAU NR 609


MODERATOR NOTE: FW: news david cripe

Tim N9PUZ
 

MODERATOR NOTE TO ALL:

Dave posted a message on Facebook earlier that his email address was hacked. I'd advise NOT opening any links in a message that seems to be from him until he gets things sorted out.

Tim N9PUZ
4SQRP Moderator


Re: 4S sprint

Steve Sellmeyer <ssellmeyer@...>
 

Certainly enjoyed the Sprint. Lots of fun ! Boy do I ever like that Hi-Per-Mite audio filter now. HI HI. Managed to work 11 thru all the noise. Looking forward to the next one.
 
Steve / WB0QQT


Re: FW: news david cripe

david cripe <ai9e_qrp@...>
 

My email has been hacked.  Do not click the link.  If you have, change your email password immediately.  Sorry.

73 Dave NM0S


Dave Cripes' Email

WA0ITP
 

Looks like Dave's email address has been hijacked.

If you get an email supposedly from him that has a subject similar to "News from
David Cripe", don't open it. There's only a link in the body of the message and
I suggest not clicking it.

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Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com


Re: FW: news david cripe

Bill Cromwell
 

On 06/09/2013 11:01 PM, Todd F. Carney / K7TFC wrote:
On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 7:52 PM, david cripe <ai9e_qrp@yahoo.com <mailto:ai9e_qrp@yahoo.com>> wrote:

http://www.maresrl.net/eouqu.php



Okay, is this for real or will I be sorry if I click on the link? Naturally, without any introduction or commentary, I'm reluctant.

73,

Todd
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Hey,

It's a bunch of baloney. Look at the actual link and the stuff near the right hand end. It is a nonsense non-word that kinda sorta maybe resembles and abbreviation for "equipment". But it's not quite. If it really is legit (you can bet the farm it isn't) good ole Cripe will be back with a better explaination.

Take a pass.

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: Sprint

Walter - K5EST
 

Glad to work you, Terry. Great signal to East Central Missouri!

Reporting is very simple......
Just send me the number of QSOs and mode......to:

spike55@...

Please put SPRINT in the subject line.

72....Walter . K5EST

On Jun 9, 2013 9:23 PM, "WA0ITP" <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

That was major fun! I managed 11 contacts and was happy to get them. What info
should we send to you and how do you want the logs submitted Walter? Sri if
I missed this earlier.
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Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72 WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com


Re: 4S Sprint

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Sorry John I tried calling you on the spot with no luck... ended up talking to Bill NK6X for nice QSO...

72/73/Scotty/NUØS



jgoodsell@... wrote:

 

Had to recount the contacts a couple of times to make sure I had the count right.  Yep, ONE!

 

Johnny, AC0BQ on 20meters.    Thanks Johnny for hanging in there!

 

I thought this was my chance to finally make some contact with 4 State members since this was open to 15 and  20 meter.  At the starting gun I chased AC0BQ and W0XI on 40 meters but they could not hear me.  I spent the rest of the first hour or so on 15 and 20 but no luck whatsoever.  I finally whined on QRP Spots and N0US gave  me a frequency on 20 but again, he couldn’t hear me.  Finally connected with Johnny on 20 for my only contact.

 

Saving grace- I was operating in the pool with my ATS4 so at least I was relatively cool. It was over 100 degrees here today and well over 90 in the shack.   Yeah, I know, water and electricity don’t go together…

 

Looking forward to the next sprint.

 

WB6HVH

John

 


4S Sprint

Jg
 

Had to recount the contacts a couple of times to make sure I had the count right.  Yep, ONE!

 

Johnny, AC0BQ on 20meters.    Thanks Johnny for hanging in there!

 

I thought this was my chance to finally make some contact with 4 State members since this was open to 15 and  20 meter.  At the starting gun I chased AC0BQ and W0XI on 40 meters but they could not hear me.  I spent the rest of the first hour or so on 15 and 20 but no luck whatsoever.  I finally whined on QRP Spots and N0US gave  me a frequency on 20 but again, he couldn’t hear me.  Finally connected with Johnny on 20 for my only contact.

 

Saving grace- I was operating in the pool with my ATS4 so at least I was relatively cool. It was over 100 degrees here today and well over 90 in the shack.   Yeah, I know, water and electricity don’t go together…

 

Looking forward to the next sprint.

 

WB6HVH

John

 


Re: FW: news david cripe

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Don't do it some crazy link.

72/73/Scotty/NUØS



"Todd F. Carney / K7TFC" wrote:

 

On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 7:52 PM, david cripe <ai9e_qrp@...> wrote: 


Okay, is this for real or will I be sorry if I click on the link? Naturally, without any introduction or commentary, I'm reluctant.

73,

Todd
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Re: FW: news david cripe

Todd K7TFC
 

On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 7:52 PM, david cripe <ai9e_qrp@...> wrote: 


Okay, is this for real or will I be sorry if I click on the link? Naturally, without any introduction or commentary, I'm reluctant.

73,

Todd
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