by the way, if you're so inclined, i also encourage
anyone this winter to monitor a few 80 meter
frequencies that are popular with qrp homebrewers.
3579.545 khz - "colorburst" crystal frequency
(crystal is present in all ntsc television sets;
often available for about 25-50c). this was used
in doug demauw's "Sardine Sender".
3560 khz - the "official" QRPARCI/AmQRP 80m QRP
3686.4 khz - a cheap microprocessor cystal; available
for about 25-50c. used by the north georgia qrp club
in the "NOGAnaut" and by the knightlites qrp club in
the knightlite "SMiTe".
you might hear some interesting rigs on these!