digital qrp (was 7.040 mhz)

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From: Kevin Anderson (GGANDERSON@Augustana.edu)
Date: Wed Dec 29 1993 - 15:32:07 EST


> Kevin and Jim started it. :-)
>
> Look at it this way. 7.055 to 7.100MHz - digital.
> 7.000 to 7.025MHz - extra class segment
>
> 7.025 to 7.055 - 7.040 is dead center!! Everybody and their brother
> is gonna home in on this puppy. It's first come first served. I'm
> trying to do my part with 0.95W to hold it, but I'm losing a lot lately.

I got it. I'll go qrp digital. Then I've got them both
covered !-) Now let's see, shouldn't be too hard to build a
fsk qrp rig, that VFO wants to drift (chirp?) anyway.....

Why don't we go 7030 like the Europeans? Then we're "just
above Extra" (or is that 'just a cut below the rest' :-)

Don't forget New Year's Eve Straight Key Night! SKN

I've done my damage, I better get off..... 72 de Kevin,
KB9IUA

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Kevin L. Anderson, Geography Dept., Augustana College
Rock Island, Illinois 61201 USA phone: (309) 794-7325
e-mail: gganderson@augustana.edu or kla@helios.augustana.edu
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