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Independent Telegraph club CQCW invites you to join the club members.
Our organization is still very young, but already unites more than 400 (Today 09-02-16, 410 members / radio Amateurs from 30+ countries of the world.
About the policy and the rules of the club can be found at our website:
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E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander (ALI) R6CN former RV6ANQ
Award programma CQCW
Presidential Programm "The Great Inventors"
The original idea of the club CQCW.
*** e-AWARD *** ONE BAND, WARC BANDS, ALL BANDS
Applicant diploma must be fulfill the following conditions;
During the one day to collect 6 points, using any variants of suffixes of the letters P, O, V, (Only those letters)
Other letters must not be present in the suffixes !!!
Duplicate letters in suffix are forbidden!
Points for suffixes see table:
Reporting period - from 21 September 2013.
Mode - only CW!
Conditions for SWL are the same.
E-mail to email@example.com Alexander (ALI) R6CN former RV6ANQ
Beste mede amateur,
Dear fellow amateur,
In deze mail staat een link waarop het achttiende DKARS-Magazine is te downloaden.
This mail contains a link which the eighteenth DKARS-Magazine is
available for download.
De Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society is een stichting die de belangen wenst te behartigen van ALLE radioamateurs binnen het gehele Koninkrijk der Nederlanden.
The Kingdom Dutch Amateur Radio Society is an organization that
seeks to represent the interests of ALL radio amateurs throughout the Kingdom
of the Netherlands.
Namens de Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society wens ik je veel leesplezier nadat je op deze link hebt geklikt:
On behalf of the Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society, I wish you pleasant reading after you click on this link:
Wil je in plaats van een PDF te downloaden het Magazine on-line
Dat kan ook, ga dan naar deze link:
Want to download a PDF instead of browsing Magazine on-line? This can also go to this link:
73 namens de DKARS
Peter de Graaf
PJ4NX en PA3CNX
Military teaching Morse again
Morse code: A staple in the Navy IW toolkit
PENSACOLA, Fla. Ц The cryptologic technician (collection) (CTR) student cohort in the first revised Basic Manual Morse Trainer (BMMT) course wrapped up, Jan. 28, at the Center for Information Dominance (CID) Unit Corry Station.
Our enemies still use CW despite our abandonment of it.
snip>>>>Our enemies still use CW despite our abandonment of it. Imagine that!>>>>>snip
i suspect that was quite a surprise to some pentagon bean counter--
just like when they discovered the old soviets were still using vacuum tubes in modern aircraft--took an old guy to explain why<<smile>>
73, jerry--k5psh an old dit picker
SKCC signal hunting
Just messing around on the band, looking for SKCC signals without using the sked page.
Or take one of the SDR-stations in the world at:
73, Jan Pieter PA3CLQ
Looking for advice (W1DV - intermod
SKCC tech wizards:
Now that I have lived at my new QTH for a few months (22 acre horse farm), I am experiencing a problem that I had not experienced in my former QTH (which is 18 miles away).
New home is at a good RF location, good elevation and decent to excellent view to horizon in most all directions - but less than a mile from local AM broadcast station and I am getting serious overload and intermod on many (seems like most!) ham freqs especially noticed on 80M.
To you experts out there Ц any suggestions?
I have seen some pretty decent product reviews of the MFJ 1046 receiver pre-selector that say this helps but hesitate on spending $100 bucks until I am relatively assured itТll work.
Need to figure out how to install it with my Omni 7 also (obviously canТt run rf from xmtr through this).
Who else has had this problem and what did you do?
Sorry for wasted reflector bandwidth ... probably wise to respond direct ....
Many thanks / Dave / W1DV
DaveЕCheck out this Technote from Joe Carr:
I have a friend here in TC that has the same problem.
If you remember, please keep me in the loop of replies so I can
pass them on to K8WPE.
Thanks, Jeff K9JP
Dave check this site out:
Build a wave trap:
73 Mark K3MSB
Hi Dave & all, I checked for AM transmitters in your area, and found one on 1550 but it's low power 250W and daytime only.
It is on the other side of town at over 5 miles from your new QTH !
The suspect one is WRSB on 1310, the 3rd hrmonic is right in the 80M fone band, A HARMONIC AND NOT INTERMOD.
They operate with 5000 W with a 4 tower directional array aimed right at Rochester !
They are located 2.16 miles NorthEast of your farm !
You may want to send a note to the station attn: chief engineer and discribe the signal strength of their harmonic.
Good luck !
CW is Real Radio 73, John...K8JD
Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Field of Wheels: 1942 high-resolution photo
nice photos at:
Eric McFadden, WD8RIF Athens, Ohio
73, Yann F5LAW
73, your Editor PA3CLQ
My simple website about Gigantic DF-Antennas
Part 1 "DF-Antenna Wullenweber Array"
Part 2 "DF-Antenna USSR Variants"
Part 3 "DF-Antenna USA Variant"
Next Part 4 "USSR OTHRA DUGA 1,2 & 3" at: