From: Steve Kubisch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Howdy Fox Hunters,
I'll be the FOX tonight on the following sched:
7:00 - 7:30 MST 7.110 +/- 5 khz
7:30 - 9:00 MST 7.040 +/- 5 khz
That is 0200 - 0400 GMT.
After listening to the last few Foxes, I believe I'll have to move
around some due to QRM from broadcast,QRO, and Spanish
SSB interference. So listen up and down the band +/- 5 khz.
I'll be there listening for YOU.
For the tech types. I'll be using a Sierra at 2 watts or the Kenwood
850 at 4 Watts depending on the recieve noise on my end. The antenna
will be a 40 M Delta Loop with the apex at 40 ft sloping to the southeast
fed at the lower corner with a quarter wave section of 75 ohm coax to
50 ohm coax into the shack. No tuner.
QTH is Centerville, UT about 15 miles north of SLC at about 4500 ft on
the west facing slope of the Wasatch mountains.
I'll try to get complete contacts so may ask for repeats.
cu tonite & 72,
"We may not have succeeded in answering all of your questions, and the
answers we have found only served to raise a whole new set of problems.
We feel however, that we are now confused on a higher level and about
more important things."
-Tech Support Engineer
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