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Re: What's up in your shack??

Paul Goemans
 

Well,
  I get on every day to make at least 1 contact. I found and built a NOS Emtech NW8030 this summer! Always wanted to try one of them. Waiting for announcement of the 4SQRP CW nets!
 
Paul Goemans WA9PWP
4SQRP # ??? (Was never assigned a number)
Stoughton, WI
 

From: Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 7:48 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??
 
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this
Summer??
 
I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!
 
Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.
 
First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.
 
These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.
 
Ron and Walter are finalizing the details
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.
 
Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.
 
So in closing,
 
What's up in your Shack??
 
72
Johnny AC0BQ
 
 
 
 
 
--
Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com


Re: What's up in your shack??

AG1P Ron
 

Granddaughters back in school. Gud summer wx coming to an end, even though we hit 91 yesterday, rare in any month here on central OR coast. Usual temps in mid-60s. Time to get back to projects.  Restoring Hallicrafters S-38C, finishing my SS-40 rcvr, and just starting QRP-L Manhattan build project for NorCal 40 xcvr.

 

72 - Ron - AG1P

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5:49 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??

 

 

Good evening all:

What's been going on in your shack this 

Summer??

 

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.

I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

 

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

 

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.

We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

 

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

 

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 

For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

 

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.

It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

 

So in closing,

 

What's up in your Shack??

 

72

Johnny AC0BQ 

 

 

 

 

 

--

Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com


Re: What's up in your shack??

Marion Rood
 

Well, I'm still a newbie to the group.  I moved my shack to my 5th wheel.  I tried to use my super antenna with the mount up about 12 feet.  I couldn't get anything.  
I set up a "St. Louis Vertical". I can hear pretty good on 40M.  I haven't made any QSO's.  
I am moding my FT817.  
I must have all thumbs because it has been slow.  I have the bhi DSP unit to install yet and was waiting for my hayfever/cold to get better so I can think.
I have a power conditioner that is mostly finished.  I added a mylar speaker.  I put a new VFO knob on.  And I repaired the rf-gain/volume knob from dropping the radio as I was putting it in the RV. 
I found out that I have to have knee replacements.  First one is in November.  So I am moving my "shack" downstairs in the house and adding a 20-40 dipole to my garden.  
I finished an antenna tuner from QRPguys and almost had my SWR meter from Radio-Kits working again--then my hayfever hit and I did something to it that I haven't figured out yet.
I hope to be able to travel to branson this spring and do some trout fishing, er, I mean meet up with some of the great people on 4sqrp.  

I do hope to make some QSO's before then.

Have a great weekend end.  And I like the new project boxes also.

73
Mary

K9ZZP



Re: What's up in your shack??

Charles W. Powell
 

Brave man!

72,

Charles - NK8O

On Sep 28, 2017, at 8:15 AM, 'Jim Sheldon' w0eb@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:


Hi Gang, 
Since Johnny mentioned the "enclosure" kits, I'll add a couple cents to his announcement in talking about my projects for the summer.  At age 75, I though surface mount stuff was probably not a good idea to tackle, but I found a real challenge in a small SSB/CW transceiver from the Far East called the SSB 6.1 for about 50 bucks on eBay.  I bought one in a fit of madness and not being one to give up, I tackled it.  Not for the faint hearted, let me tell you!!!  You get a kit of parts, a PC board and nothing else.  No instructions, nothing!!!!  I finally found a couple of Facebook groups devoted to it, a build it manual written (after the fact) by Nick Strong, G0CWA that isn't error free but close enough that I started building it.  The transmitter is just the low level (15 milliwatts or so) output intended to drive a PA stage around 40 watts or so but it's not really good enough to meet FCC spec so I built this kit as a receiver only.

I've also been playing around with those inexpensive Chinese DDS VFO's.  Turns out they were designed with the SSB 6.1 in mind and I used one in my receiver project.  I was looking for a nice case to install it in, and was pleasantly surprised when asked to be one of the Beta builders for the 4S enclosure kits.  I used the mid sized one of the 3 as the case for the little SSB 6.1 receiver and once I was allowed to show it off, I posted it on the SSB 6.1 Facebook group -- it's getting rave reviews from that bunch.  The project took me most of the summer filling in the blanks in the documentation before starting the build, winding the coils (not toroids and not for the faint of heart either!).  Once I got it working, I put it into the "Little Red Box" as I call the middle sized 4S enclosure owing to it's red silk screen paint.  Looks really nice too!

Another feature is the crystal filter - they send you a handful of crystals (rocks to you other old timers here and not nearly enough of them) and you have to match them yourself for the filter.  (Another reason the transmitter won't meet FCC specs) that caused me a bit of grief until I ordered a bunch of 8 MHz crystals on eBay and found 6 that were within 8 Hz. (30 Hz spread is acceptable, 10 better and I was tickled pink to find 6 that were within 8 Hz of each other.  The closer you can get them the less passband ripple you will have.  All in all, it's been a fun summer with a little Bayou Jumper operating and a vacation to visit relatives in Louisiana thrown in.  Made a side trip to Baton Rouge, met Jim, N5IB and some of the other Baton Rouge Amateurs for breakfast, got to make a few QSO's from their club station W5KID on the museum ship destroyer USS Kidd anchored there and operated /5 with my MTR5B QRP rig, occasionally QRO with a home brew 35 watt amplifier and a 40-10 meter Windom my nephew hung in the trees at 40 feet for me.  That antenna really worked and got some decent EU and Pacific DX contacts with just the MTR5B at 4 watts!

Back to the SSB 6.1 -- here are a couple pictures of it in the "Little Red Box" for you to see and anticipate the very soon release of the enclosure kits.  They are VERY easy to put together and make absolutely stunning project enclosures.  The white lettering in the pictures was done with my Brother "P-Touch" model PT-D210 labelmaker using White on Clear tape.

Jim - W0EB




------ Original Message ------
From: "Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...>
Sent: 9/27/2017 7:48:46 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??




Re: What's up in your shack??

Paul Smith
 

I have been working SKCC numbers as the cruddy band conditions will let me. I did manage to work France the other morning on 17 meters. I am liking 17 meters! All other things are ok here. My garden burnt up WAY too early. The cooler wx is welcome now. I will look forward to the Ozark 17.  Is anyone still selling solder paste in a syringe like Cash Olson used to?  That stuff, a cup warmer and a embossing gun sure made easy work. I will follow along and await the kit de Paul N0NBD

Sent from Outlook




From: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...> on behalf of Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2017 12:48 AM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??
 
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

So in closing,

What's up in your Shack??

72
Johnny AC0BQ 





--
Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com


Re: What's up in your shack??

Jim Sheldon
 

Hi Gang, 
Since Johnny mentioned the "enclosure" kits, I'll add a couple cents to his announcement in talking about my projects for the summer.  At age 75, I though surface mount stuff was probably not a good idea to tackle, but I found a real challenge in a small SSB/CW transceiver from the Far East called the SSB 6.1 for about 50 bucks on eBay.  I bought one in a fit of madness and not being one to give up, I tackled it.  Not for the faint hearted, let me tell you!!!  You get a kit of parts, a PC board and nothing else.  No instructions, nothing!!!!  I finally found a couple of Facebook groups devoted to it, a build it manual written (after the fact) by Nick Strong, G0CWA that isn't error free but close enough that I started building it.  The transmitter is just the low level (15 milliwatts or so) output intended to drive a PA stage around 40 watts or so but it's not really good enough to meet FCC spec so I built this kit as a receiver only.

I've also been playing around with those inexpensive Chinese DDS VFO's.  Turns out they were designed with the SSB 6.1 in mind and I used one in my receiver project.  I was looking for a nice case to install it in, and was pleasantly surprised when asked to be one of the Beta builders for the 4S enclosure kits.  I used the mid sized one of the 3 as the case for the little SSB 6.1 receiver and once I was allowed to show it off, I posted it on the SSB 6.1 Facebook group -- it's getting rave reviews from that bunch.  The project took me most of the summer filling in the blanks in the documentation before starting the build, winding the coils (not toroids and not for the faint of heart either!).  Once I got it working, I put it into the "Little Red Box" as I call the middle sized 4S enclosure owing to it's red silk screen paint.  Looks really nice too!

Another feature is the crystal filter - they send you a handful of crystals (rocks to you other old timers here and not nearly enough of them) and you have to match them yourself for the filter.  (Another reason the transmitter won't meet FCC specs) that caused me a bit of grief until I ordered a bunch of 8 MHz crystals on eBay and found 6 that were within 8 Hz. (30 Hz spread is acceptable, 10 better and I was tickled pink to find 6 that were within 8 Hz of each other.  The closer you can get them the less passband ripple you will have.  All in all, it's been a fun summer with a little Bayou Jumper operating and a vacation to visit relatives in Louisiana thrown in.  Made a side trip to Baton Rouge, met Jim, N5IB and some of the other Baton Rouge Amateurs for breakfast, got to make a few QSO's from their club station W5KID on the museum ship destroyer USS Kidd anchored there and operated /5 with my MTR5B QRP rig, occasionally QRO with a home brew 35 watt amplifier and a 40-10 meter Windom my nephew hung in the trees at 40 feet for me.  That antenna really worked and got some decent EU and Pacific DX contacts with just the MTR5B at 4 watts!

Back to the SSB 6.1 -- here are a couple pictures of it in the "Little Red Box" for you to see and anticipate the very soon release of the enclosure kits.  They are VERY easy to put together and make absolutely stunning project enclosures.  The white lettering in the pictures was done with my Brother "P-Touch" model PT-D210 labelmaker using White on Clear tape.

Jim - W0EB




------ Original Message ------
From: "Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...>
To: "4sqrp@..." <4sqrp@...>
Sent: 9/27/2017 7:48:46 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??


Re: What's up in your shack??

Dale Putnam
 

And  I can hardly wait for the enclosures.. they will be great for a bunch of items!!


Have a great day,
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy

"Actions speak louder than words"
1856 - Abraham Lincoln



From: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...> on behalf of Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 6:48 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??
 
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

So in closing,

What's up in your Shack??

72
Johnny AC0BQ 





--
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Re: What's up in your shack??

Dale Putnam
 

This summer was too short!! Had a super time with the Summer FOXHUNTS. And now with the First of Octover gleaming from next weekend, the FOX applications will be out soon for the selection of FOX for the WINTER season. 

  Have added an antenna, to the 80m and 20 m EDZs, a vertical 80m loop, in a diamond shape. I'm not entirely convinced that the vertical orientation is best, yet. More modeling to do. 

 The props have been interesting, much different from a year or two ago, and the low low bands are looking interesting too. 

 The cw practice net will start Oct 3rd for Tues and Thursday, at 4pm MT, first on 14.0625, followed immediately on 7.0625. 

Lots to do, so little time. This year, I am going to let the wind rake the leaves, while I put the garden to bed. 

  It is 45, calm and overcast with rain this morning.  Feels like fall, and new snow is showing on the mountain tops. As the cat said, when its tail got caught in the lawn mower.. "It won't be long meooww!"


Have a great day,
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy

"Actions speak louder than words"
1856 - Abraham Lincoln



From: 4sqrp@... <4sqrp@...> on behalf of Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 6:48 PM
To: 4sqrp@...
Subject: [4sqrp] What's up in your shack??
 
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

So in closing,

What's up in your Shack??

72
Johnny AC0BQ 





--
Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com


Re: What's up in your shack??

Jeffrey Peters <k9jp.radio@...>
 

Greetings!

Thank You Johnny for the update on the project enclosures. I think, the enclosures will be an excellent addition for us builders.
They will be great and I plan to order those for all my projects needing a cover or home.

I am also, interested in the Ozark 17, I have not done any surface mount for a few years and it will be another fun kit to build.

Thanks for the updates.

72, Jeff K9JP

On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 8:48 PM, Johnny Matlock jomatlock@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

So in closing,

What's up in your Shack??

72
Johnny AC0BQ 





--
Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com




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What's up in your shack??

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Good evening all:
What's been going on in your shack this 
Summer??

I haven't had very much spare time for projects, and we all know how great the band conditions are, but I'm feeling the chill of Fall in the air tonight.
I hope this brings on a newfound desire to build something or get on the air!!

Just a line or two to let you guys know what's on the horizon.

First of all, were really close to releasing a line of blank enclosures in three sizes.
We hope one of these (or all) will fit your next project.

These were designed by Craig AA0ZZ and are similar to the encloses that are included in the ZZ40RX kit.

Ron and Walter are finalizing the details 
For the web pages, and it will be up and running in a few days.

Next, the Ozark 17 is nearing the final stages, and should be released in the next few months.
It uses mostly surface mount components and would be a good kit to "try your hand" at surface mount building.

So in closing,

What's up in your Shack??

72
Johnny AC0BQ 





--
Check out the 4SQRP website at 4sqrp.com


Re: Finally moving to Missouri

JT Croteau
 

Thanks Nate, looks like QRZ will allow me to set a different county.
I had LotW all configured properly. Now to change my address with the
FCC.

72

On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Nate Bargmann n0nb@n0nb.us [4sqrp]
<4sqrp@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
In my experience, with the electronic QSL services, LoTW, eQSL, perhaps
others, you specify your county in your station location. That is where
credit will be given, not based on your mailing address. On your
printed QSL card, simply put "Texas County" on it. You should be able
to modify your listing on QRZ.com to reflect your county of residence
which will assist others when they look you up.

HTH,

73, 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


Re: Finally moving to Missouri

 


Re: Finally moving to Missouri

keith ford
 

Hi JT,  welcome back, not sure about the county thing,  come buy the shop and visit some time. 

On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 13:50, JT Croteau jt.tobit@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

Gents, I am finally moving to my Missouri QTH next month. I have a
question regarding the new station and logging.

My mailing address is in Howell county but the physical property,
where I pay taxes, is in Texas county. How will other people handle
this in their logs, especially the county hunters, when I work them?
I know my logger, DXkeeper, always asks to override if I through in
different grid or county. I want my data to be as accurate as
possible. Thanks

72 N1ESE


Finally moving to Missouri

JT Croteau
 

Gents, I am finally moving to my Missouri QTH next month. I have a
question regarding the new station and logging.

My mailing address is in Howell county but the physical property,
where I pay taxes, is in Texas county. How will other people handle
this in their logs, especially the county hunters, when I work them?
I know my logger, DXkeeper, always asks to override if I through in
different grid or county. I want my data to be as accurate as
possible. Thanks

72 N1ESE


[OT] Arduino Bootcamp

Don Jackson
 

Some on this list have an interest in learning how to use the various Arduino modules and projects.  If you are at a beginners (or pre-beginners) level, this course might be just the thing for you.  I have not used it, so I'm going by the blurb on the web, but the price is right ($15.00) and there is a 15-day satisfaction guarantee (store credit refund).

Here is the web page for it:

https://deals.sourceforge.net/sales/arduino-bootcamp-learning-through-projects  >

Here's some of the info copied from the description on those web pages:

This hands-on, projects-based approach to learning the Arduino platform is catered to all levels of experience. In the course, you'll build an Arduino car, an Arduino phone, an online weather station, game projects, and much more. Regardless of your experience, you'll quickly learn and become proficient with Arduino, or greatly enhance your understanding of the platform.

  • Access 51 lectures & 9.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Build a remote-controlled car you can drive w/ a smartphone app
  • Create your own cell phone w/ which you can make/receive calls & send/receive messages
  • Understand components like ultrasonic sensors, motor drivers, servos, transistors, & more
  • Gain the confidence to build complex electronics projects
  • Learn how to prototype electronics projects
  • Become a confident maker & prototyper

Unfortunately, it does not specifically say if any parts are included or not, so I presume for the price, it does not.  This would be for the course online on the internet and I would presume you must buy any parts you require for the projects you care to do.

The Arduino is a great beginner's jumping off place for those new to microcontrollers!

Offer on the web page says "ending in 3 days".

Looking through the projects in the Course Outline and the rest of the outline, it appears if you use this course, you'll be well grounded with the Arduino.

I am passing this info along only because it might be useful to some 4sqrp members.  I have no other affiliation with the course nor the vendor.  If you should take this offer up, I'd appreciate feedback though.

72/73,

Don AE5K



Re: Conversion of 80M LPF to 40M?

wa2cky
 

Jeff,

You didn't explicitly indicate which 80M LPF you were talking about but, in general and very much only my opinion and only regarding LPF's in general , the answer is yes and no.  First it has been my experience that changing a LPF's cutoff frequency requires changing both the values of the inductor(s) and the capacitor(s).  Second comment: you can change the value of the inductors (I assume you are talking about the 'etched in the PC board' variety) by cutting out turns but shorting out turns will probably not work well.  As you mention, you could substitute toroids.  But, of course, you would probably need to change the capacitors. 

Hope this is of some help.

73
Bob Groh, WA2CKY

On Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 11:33 AM, k9jp.radio@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Greetings,

Is it possible to convert the current 80 meter LP filter to 40 meters?  Could one just short/solder bridge some of the inductors, or replace them with toroids?

Your thoughts and suggestion appreciated.

72, Jeff K9JP




Re: Free To A Good Home

Peter Dehman
 

Hi Sam,

​I could use that if still available, please.

Mine was stepped on a few years ago.

Much appreciated!

72/73,

Peter-WA1ISA

On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 11:45 AM, 'Sam Neal' n5af@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 


Hello,

I have a mint condition remote controller ( Icom RC-11 ) that works with an
Icom R-71 short-wave receiver. If you have a need for it, it is yours free and
I pay the shipping. It should not work with anything else.

73,

Sam Neal N5AF
Celebrating 60 Years In Amateur Radio



Free To A Good Home

Sam Neal
 

Hello,

I have a mint condition remote controller ( Icom RC-11 ) that works with an
Icom R-71 short-wave receiver. If you have a need for it, it is yours free and
I pay the shipping. It should not work with anything else.

73,

Sam Neal N5AF
Celebrating 60 Years In Amateur Radio


Re: CQ 7.121

Paul Goemans
 

Tom,
  Good copy here, 469 with QRN, but had to call you 1/2 KHz down for you to answer me. Is your RX offset set correctly?
Rig HB-1B at 5 watts to a Carolina Windom.
 
Paul Goemans WA9PWP
Stoughton, WI
 

From: m p ka8onw@... [4sqrp]
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2017 5:12 PM
To: 4sqrp@... ; Tom Sevart
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] CQ 7.121
 
 

I can make out your call...but qsb making it hard to copy
 
Mark
KA8ONW



From: "Tom Sevart tmsevart@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...>
To: 4SQRP Group <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2017 6:09 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] CQ 7.121
 
 
Calling CQ on 7.121 at 2208 UTC with my Frankenrig.

--
Tom Sevart N2UHC
St. Paul, KS

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Re: CQ 7.121

m p
 

I can make out your call...but qsb making it hard to copy

Mark
KA8ONW



From: "Tom Sevart tmsevart@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...>
To: 4SQRP Group <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2017 6:09 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] CQ 7.121

 
Calling CQ on 7.121 at 2208 UTC with my Frankenrig.

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St. Paul, KS

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