QRP+ serial numbers

---------

From: cebik@UTKVX.UTCC.UTK.EDU
Date: Thu Jul 06 1995 - 07:50:04 EDT


Some list members have questioned the >1000 serial numbers of rigs in
Germany while the recent group order produced rigs with serial numbers
into the mid 600s. So I asked Peter. His reply was that a German firm
receives QRP+ kits and assembles and tests them in Germany, and it has
been given a special block of serial numbers. Hence, rigs up past 1100
may not be any more up to date with Index modifications than rigs in the
US qwith numbers in the 600s.

If anyone has saved (electronically) any of the past messages with
technical information on the QRP+, please forward me a copy. All my info
is on paper, and I do not wish to retype it, if I can get away with it.
Even scanning the paper and reconverting to ASCII and then put in message
form might be slower than receiving and storing forwarded messages.
Scouring the archives would take even longer. So if you have copies of
identifiable tech info messages (tests, reviews, work experiences,
front-end sensitivity to overload, etc.) that you can easily forward,
please do so. I'd rather have extra copies than none, so please feel
free to send what you have (I can handle over 400 messages before my
system tilts). Many thanks in advance.

-73-

LB, W4RNL

  L. B. Cebik, W4RNL /\ /\ * / / / (Off)(615) 974-7215
  1434 High Mesa Drive / \/ \/\ ----/\--- (Hm) (615) 938-6335
  Knoxville, Tennessee /\ \ \ \ / / || / (FAX)(615) 974-3509
  37938-4443 USA / \ \ \ \ || cebik@utkvx.utk.edu
   QRPARCI 2572 G-QRP 7203 CQC 125 NEQRP 347 NORCAL 1111 MIQRP 1432


Search QRP-L Archives

[ QRP-L Archive | ]
[ 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 ]

---------

This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 on Fri Jun 02 2000 - 11:28:18 EDT

kd4ab@kd4ab.org