Re: Wet Weather work?

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From: ka7you@juno.com
Date: Sat Mar 08 1997 - 16:54:39 EST


Zack,
    The survey crews use "Write in the Rain" books. As a Geology student
, I got quite familiar with them here in the the Great NorthWET.
7 3,
Rod Johnson KA7YOU CN97AK near Issaquah, Wa. 160M thru 1296 MHz
NWQRP#120 ARCI#7251
QRP-L#844

On Sat, 8 Mar 1997 10:16:00 -0500 "Lau, Zack, W1VT" <zlau@arrl.org>
writes:
>
>I found that the best way to log contacts
>in the rain is to use a pencil and write
>on a painted white surface. I use the
>back of a 2 ft parabolic dish.
>
>Is there a good way to glue stuff together
>in the rain? Or some sort of tape that still
>works? I've even had problems in a heavy
>wet fog.
>
>Zack Lau W1VT
>
>BTW--10 GHz can be really exciting when
>its raining--the water droplets are just the
>right size for scattering the signal around
>hills.
>
>


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