From: Jim FitzSimons (email@example.com)
I have the 7th edition of the operating manual.
It is dated 2000.
Jim FitzSimons W7ANF
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kenneth Hoglund" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion" <qrp-l@Lehigh.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2001 14:32 PM
Subject: Operating Manual
> I'm fortunate to have relatives in the Newington area who wanted to get
> me something 'useful' for a gift: The 6th ed of the Operating Manual.
> Contains lots of information of a pretty basic nature, starting with
> SWLing, Basic Operating, Awards and running up to Digital
> Communications, Satellites, Traffic Handling, etc. About 408 pages of
> very useful information, explained in a down-to-earth style, just about
> right for me. Also includes a 24 page smaller-sized "Ham Desktop
> Reference" thing that I keep near the rig with DX callsigns, band plans,
> etc. Nice!
> Probably if you've been at a particular form of operating for awhile,
> the Manual would be too basic. But if you're getting into something new,
> or like me are pretty new to the whole field, this is a lot less
> intimidating than the Handbook.
> I think the latest version is the 7th ed.
> Usual disclaimers apply.
> Ken KG4FGC
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