Re: Fluke / SPRAT?

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From: Mike Czuhajewski (Mike.Czuhajewski@hambbs.wb3ffv.ampr.org)
Date: Sun Feb 05 1995 - 18:04:39 EST


Yes, I know what SPRAT stands for: Small Powered Radio Amateur
Transmitter (or something very close to that; I saw it in SPRAT once).
Also, "sprat" is a legitimate English word (as in "Jack Sprat could eat
no fat"...); I'll leave it to you to look it up in a dictionary, but
it's a play on words here. 73 and Queue Our Pea DE WA8MCQ

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