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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 21-03-16) 418 members / radio Amateurs from 30+ countries of the world.
About the policy and the rules of the club can be found at our website:
Download and unpack memberlist at:
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 12 points, using any variants of suffixes of the letters E, D, I, S, O, N (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,
In deze mail staat een link waarop het achttiende DKARS-Magazine is te downloaden.
mail contains a link which the eighteenth DKARS-Magazine is available for
De Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society is een stichting die de belangen wenst te behartigen van ALLE radioamateurs binnen het gehele Koninkrijk der Nederlanden.
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:
je in plaats van een PDF te downloaden het Magazine on-line doorbladeren?
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:
namens de DKARS
Peter de Graaf
PJ4NX en PA3CNX
The Morse Telegraph Club
Do you have an interest in the history of telegraphy and the telegraph industry?
Are you interested in the history of telecommunications?
If so, you are cordially invited to join the Morse Telegraph Club.
The Morse Telegraph Club was founded in 1943 to perpetuate the history of telegraphy.
Its membership consists of retired railroad and commercial telegraphers, former telegraph industry employees, radio operators and others with an interest in the history of telegraphy.
In addition to publishing a Quarterly Journal entitled "Dots and Dashes," MTC members assist with the design and construction of historically accurate museum exhibits throughout the United States and Canada.
Members present talks on the history of telegraphy and telecommunications for historical associations, engineering societies, Amateur Radio clubs and the like. MTC members also demonstrate Morse telegraphy at steam train excursions, US Civil War encampments, historical events and the like.
MTC membership is open to anyone with an interest in the history of telecommunications.
One may join one of the many local chapters throughout the United States and Canada or become a member of the MTC "Grand Chapter" (members at large).
If you are a former commercial telegrapher with experience in railroad operations, stock brokerage work, commodities work (boards of trade, cotton exchanges, etc.), pipeline, press or other phases of telegraphy, you will meet other operators with similar backgrounds.
If you worked in testing and regulating for organizations such as Western Union, Canadian National, CP Telegraphs or AT&T, you will enjoy the opportunity to re-establish connections with others who performed similar work.
Radio amateurs, former maritime or military radio operators, and others will enjoy learning more about the history of telecommunications and the origins of many of the procedures and traditions with which they are familiar.
Please take a look at a sample copy of "Dots and Dashes" at:
A membership application may be found at:
73, James Wades
Morse Telegraph Club, Inc.
at radio station VE7AOV.
While trying to set N1MM+ for BARTG HF, my Kaspersky antivirus detected the worm Win32.LockScreen,,,,,,,,,
in the N1MMLogger.net.exe file, which caused me to have to uninstall the program completely, losing much of the configurations data accumulated in the time I had using the software .
After download and reinstalling the full instaler and the last version again, and activate virus search with the same antivirus, again found the same worm, in the same file, and remouve the worm except this time it did not stop and the program work properly.
Some user had this problem before with N1MMLogger.net.exe or I have to interpret that this dangerous worm infection (according web information) comes from other files out N1MM+ ??
Would appreciate any info to help me clarify this situation.
73, Osvaldo LW9ETQ
This was almost certainly a false positive.
The latest update has been downloaded more than 4000 times without a single virus report from a user until now, so the odds are overwhelmingly that it is a false report from your anti-virus program.
73, Rich VE3KI
It is not unusual for anti-virus programs to report false positives.
If this happens again, refer to the >Documents >FAQ >Installing and Upgrading N1MM Logger instructions found here:
Another short railroad movie (1915 silent)
This one is short, but kinda neat...
Enjoy! Ed FB
fellow Sideswipers, Homebrew Cootie
This came in the mail today.
It could use a serious cleaning but I don't know if I want to do that.
The armature is a hacksaw blade that has had the teeth smoothed out.
Over the armature is a piece of round steel stock that was slotted to fit over the hacksaw blade.
finger pieces appear to be bamboo?
Unknown if it was built by a ham or commercial RO.
A neat piece of radio history.
73, Jon WS1K
QSPed Yann F5LAW
No Micro$oft or Apple products were employed in the production of this email and no horses were injured.
QSPed: John Nightingale at radio station VE7AOV.
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: