The FOX is loose

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From: chuck adams (adams@chuck.dallas.sgi.com)
Date: Sun Oct 02 1994 - 21:29:00 EDT


Gang,

Here is partial schedule. Will be filled in as soon as
missing stations finalize their schedules. Remember gang,
this is for fun and these guys volunteered for this duty.
Missing dates probably due to email error on this end,
but we still have plenty of time to fill in. Don't panic.

They will come on with CQ CQ FOX HUNT de CALL CALL K.
or their variation of same. Then they will be attacked
by the hoards of screaming QRPers. :-)

I will repost every week to remind you, so you don't have
to save it, or if you do, remember we may run in another
station if something comes up. Stay tuned here.

WARNING: Times and dates are in UTC, so for 0000Z, it's the
day before here in the USofA. 40M chosen due to proliferation
of rigs on that band, nitetime conditions during the winter
months, etc.

Two NE QRP kits at risk here, one for hunters and one
for the huntee. The final rank is sole determentation of
the judge, K5FO. These stations will get on the
air for two hours and work as many guys/gals as possible, then
report their log here on the net. Try for short exchanges, we're all
in line to work these critters. Then hang around afterward to
get the others. In fact, after you work the station for the
week, move up 5KHz or above to first free freq and work the
rest of the internet club. As this is a QRP group, I think
that both stations should be QRP, but then there may be some
nights where you need to crank up to 10W, but here I don't
want to set any rules. Honor system in effect. Tell FOX
what you are running and he will tell you also.

I have sent NN1G MO for the two kits, to which he will hold
on to. He will ship them to the winners, once we determine
who they are and whether they want the 40-40 or 30-40 (40M
and 30M respectively). Dave, check is in the mail.

We tried to get some time in for the novices. Run at your
CW speed and the fox will match it.

  name call email address QTH

Chuck Adams K5FO adams@sgi.com Dallas, TX
Bob Easton N2IPY bobea@watson.ibm.com Sloatsburg, NY
Craig LaBarge WB3GCK 74740.3166@CompuServe.com Phoenixville, PA
Mark Cronenwett KA7ULD mcronenw@pyramid.com San Jose, CA
Pete Rossi WA3NNA rossi@vfl.paramax.com Paoli, PA
Bob Cutter KI0G bcutter@csn.org Glenwood Springs, CO
Dave N9UXU dave@flowserver.stem.com Indianapolis, IN
Ron Stark KU7Y mswmod@nimbus.sage.unr.edu Sun Valley, NV
Stan Goldstein N6ULU stan@cruzio.com Watsonville, CA
Clay Wynn N4AOX wyn@ornl.gov Alcoa, TN
Ted Albert KF8EE teda@meaddata.com Loveland, OH

I have other volunteers who may be called to fill in or
we might just add a couple of days per week aperiodically.
Maybe a surprise fox.

Week of: FOX Date Time(UCT) Freq

Oct 2nd N2IPY Oct 5 0000-0200Z 7.110-7.120
Oct 9th KF8EE Oct 10 0100-0300Z 7.040
Oct 16th K5FO Oct 13 0100-0300Z 7.106 30min then 7.040 for 1.5hr
Oct 23rd N6ULU
Oct 30th N4AOX Nov 4 0000-0200Z 7.101 then 7.041+

Nov 6th WB3GCK Nov 7 2200-2400Z 7.040
Nov 13th N9UXU
Nov 20th KI0G
Nov 27th WA3NNA

Dec 4th N6ULU
Dec 11th N2IPY Dec 11th 0000-0200 7.110 7.120
Dec 18th KA7ULD Dec 20th 0400-060 7.040 7.150
Dec 25th KU7Y

Jan 1st K5FO
Jan 8th N4AOX Jan 13 0000-0200Z 7.101+ Primary 7.041+ Alternate
Jan 15th WB3GCK Jan 16 2200-2400Z 7.040
Jan 22nd KF8EE Jan 23 0200-0400Z 7.040
Jan 29th KI0G

Feb 5th KA7ULD Feb 7 0400-0600Z 7.040-7.150
Feb 12th WA3NNA
Feb 19th KU7Y
Feb 26th N9UXU

Again, this is not in concrete except for the current
week. Stay on your toes gang.
SIG
Chuck Adams K5FO CP-60
adams@sgi.com


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