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 31 
 on: Today at 05:44:55 PM 
Started by N0SA - Last post by N4UFO
How about some electric fence posts and string them up a few feet above ground...  I've done that and it'll work much better than laying on the ground. Then you only need two or three tuned to 1/4 wavelength for any location.

http://www.tractorsupply.com/en/store/sun-guard-ii-fiberglass-step-in-post


73, Kevin N4UFO

 32 
 on: Today at 05:43:33 PM 
Started by XRAY99 - Last post by KD0SFY
Apparently the subtle difference between the abbreviations CCS and CSS elude some gentle readers here on the ol' eHam...

I Bing'd CSS and came up with Bupkus for anything electrical.  Did we really mean CSS ??

That's what I get for skimming.   Grin

 33 
 on: Today at 05:40:46 PM 
Started by XRAY99 - Last post by AC5UP
Apparently the subtle difference between the abbreviations CCS and CSS elude some gentle readers here on the ol' eHam...

I Bing'd CSS and came up with Bupkus for anything electrical.  Did we really mean CSS ??

 34 
 on: Today at 05:34:36 PM 
Started by KG9SF - Last post by KD7HNN
Its actually the very opposite. ZD8X and TO2A were both working the pile-up by the numbers on the first day. N6KT (TO2A) is one of the best SSB op's in the world. It's done to thin out the pile-ups so they can hopefully pull out full callsigns while still keeping the rate very high.



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I think it comes down to them not having enough patience or enough operating skill to participate without resorting to working by the numbers in a worldwide contest.

Bingo.


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 35 
 on: Today at 05:30:52 PM 
Started by W6EM - Last post by AC5UP
In the 1940's a standard AC wall socket had exactly two prongs, was not polarized, and your friendly neighborhood appliance store offered a variety of AC / DC table radios featuring a HOT CHASSIS design.

Wanna' go back to that consumer goods standard as well ?? 

Damn "big gova'mint" put that third prong on the end of your power cord starting in the 1960's and your freedom to dance the 60 Hz Tango has been limited ever since. 

 36 
 on: Today at 05:30:43 PM 
Started by XRAY99 - Last post by KD0SFY
If CCS = Continuous Commercial Service and ICAS = Intermittent Commercial Amateur Service, may I ask what does CSS stand for, as in : 1KWPEP/500W CSS rating on Morgan lightening arrestors?

73

You answered your own question before you even asked it.

 37 
 on: Today at 05:24:35 PM 
Started by NW1HR - Last post by KG6AF
You're probably listening to the CQ worldwide DX contest, in which the exchange is RST and CQ zone.  In the example you gave, "05" is the zone.  You can find your zone at http://www.mapability.com/ei8ic/contest/cqz.php , or just google "CQ zone".

And hey, you got your call--congrats!

 38 
 on: Today at 05:17:44 PM 
Started by XRAY99 - Last post by KB4QAA
what part of continuous vs. intermittent doesn't make sense?

 39 
 on: Today at 05:10:05 PM 
Started by KM5PS - Last post by KD0SFY
I think their hot knife was for their HDPE products. 

 40 
 on: Today at 05:09:16 PM 
Started by AK4YW - Last post by N5INP

Log4OM= FREE and you do not have to put up with the Great Logger Author telling you every other day how great the logger is. Did I say it has a beautiful Modern GUI?


^^^  Cheesy

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