From: Charles Adams (email@example.com)
ok, he did it and i'll follow up. randy, aa2u, gave you guys some
hints on working SSB QRP and he is THE master. here, and i quote
from page 28, Oct '92 QQ.
QRP ARCI Awards summary - second quarter 1992 July 4, 1992
CALL DATE BASIC NOTES MODE BAND
---- ------ ------- --------------- ------ ------
AA2U 5/25/92 112C Single Band DXCC CW 10.1 (that's good, no ssb)
AA2U 5/25/92 113C Single Band DXCC MIX 18.1
AA2U 5/25/92 114C Single Band DXCC MIX 24.9
AA2U 5/25/92 78C 250 Seal Single B. MIX 14
AA2U 5/25/92 79C 260 Seal Single B. MIX 21
AA2U 5/25/92 80C 230 Seal Single B. MIX 28
see, i told you we had some famous people on the qrp nets......
i'm honored and congratulations to Randy. i'll just call him Dr. DX. ;-)
i didn't know that there were that many countries. here in texas,
everybody is a country.
he was being quite, so Randy, we'll promise not to bug you too much.
somebody sent me email saying that they didn't wanna make a fool of
themselves in front of somebody famous. hell gang, look what i just
did. ;-) no pain, no gain.......
200+ countries QRP in the visible spectrum (anything above 10.2 MHz
to me) is impressive. i know that there are some guys/girls around
running 2 KW that aren't even close.
ok, Randy, i'll crawl back into my hole. inquiring minds wanted to
know. let us know when you hit 300 and i'll buy dinner.
72 de k5fo dit dit
Chuck Adams, K5FO @ 70+ wpm cw
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