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Re: LF: Trans Atlantic

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Subject: Re: LF: Trans Atlantic
From: WE0H Mike <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 10:15:53 -0600
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Maybe Mal can turn up the wick so his CW could be heard over here? How much power can you generate Mal? Warren has a 10w ERP limit which should be plenty :-D  What do you think Warren? Do you have a pair of 4CX10000's laying around, they gotta hear YA over there then :-P

Merry Christmas to all...


G0MRF wrote:
In a message dated 24/12/2004 15:06:53 GMT Standard Time, k2ors writes:
  Thank you for the capture! I'm very pleased with the results. I just acquired a Decca Tx, and it will take a few weeks for me to make the modifications, power supply etc. That should give me a considerably better signal (+7dB or so).
 Assuming that goes well, I'd be interested in knowing if there any stations 'across the pond' available for a two-way QSO?
73 Warren K2ORS/WD2XGJ
Lots I should think.
BTW........has a claim been made for the AMRAD / RSGB / DARC transatlantic prize for the first QSO with the USA?
I remember  UK to canada was awarded to 4 stations with a 'joint first' but do I recall there was a seperate catagory for 'USA' as opposed to 'NA'?
Anyway, seems the licensing arrangements will finally allow a 2 way to happen.
Good luck...............

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