Lou, do some Googling on this. 20-25 years ago it was a hot topic as a way to pass messages from remote locations without needing satellites. One of the interests was telemetry of data from meterological and oceanographic instruments located far from any infrastructure. As I recall, data
I think it's obvious that a station getting piled on SHOULD impose some organization, either by number or prefix...anything to cut down the numbers. I'm sure more contacts would be made if you weren't smothered by callers. I'd also suggest not answering the rude ones who insist on long calls
I use crimp connectors on RG-58 size cable and have never had a failure, but I haven't used them outside. The tool was about $50, I think, so it doesn't take many pigtails to pay back its cost. You can, of course buy lower loss coax. My club has dozens of jumpers in our repeaters. One of
Link for RF Industries http://rfsearch.rfindustries.com/fshome.asp W4BOH - Original Message - From: Bill To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ; firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2008 8:00 AM Subject: Re: [DX-CHAT] Cable X-perts out of busines Hi Jim, I just did a
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I'm an old ham, but new to DX-Chat. There seems to be an implication that people on DXpeditions have to follow some sort of unwritten rules? It seems to me that if they have spent a bunch of their money, perhaps with some backers too, they can operate any way THEY think is best for them, not us.