PA3CLQ's Leuke Linken Nr. 369
Friends, a good health is what I wish to you, your family and friends, i hope all your good wishes in 2015 be fulfilled
This is to let you know that I'm QRV in CW on HF during 2 up to 29 January 2015
the 7th time as "K3Y DX Operations from the Netherlands"
with the Callsign PH6SKCC #5031
winning QSL card design will fitted with my special event callsign
& 31 January 2015 QRV in this event as CW Operator of the Dutch
Old Timer Club OTC with the Callsign PI4OTC #5315
On request also as CW Operator of RAG with the Callsign PI4RAG #5624 Or as PA3CLQ skcc #2765
See for Day, Time & QRG.
Hope to work you all.
73 Jan P. PH6SKCC / PA3CLQ
K3Y--the Birth of SKCC
If you're curious how SKCC came about, here's the actual QRZ thread where in it happened.
Look for post #51 at the top of page 6.
Enjoy & happy K3Y.
Steve SKCC #8
I have been practicing on my sending,,,,,,,,,,
but I find myself getting heavy fisted and hitting hard.
I lighten things up but as I concentrate on sending, I go back to being heavy fisted and then my hand and arm get tired.
Can anyone offer any suggestions on how to correct this?
MV Joe, N0PME SlowSpeedWireGroup
I found that I was doing completely wrong.
I will be re-arranging my desk to and relocating my key.
In the future I intend to upgrade to a bug and learn how to send all over again.
Thanks again, 73 Joe
Technique Of Hand Sending (1944) at:
DKARS Magazine januari 2015
De Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society is een stichting die de belangen wenst te behartigen van ALLE radioamateurs binnen het gehele Koninkrijk der Nederlanden.
De DKARS doet niet aan copyright en het staat een ieder vrij om deze link aan zoveel mogelijk radiovrienden door te sturen.
DKARS Magazine verschijnt 1x per maand en wij stellen het uiteraard op prijs als je ook (radio amateur gerelateerde) bijdrages wilt leveren.
Namens de Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society wens ik je veel leesplezier nadat je op deze link hebt geklikt:
73, namens de DKARS
PJ4NX en PA3CNX
See Fig. 9 on page 20 in this magazine a simple implementation of de Wullenweber monopole antenna.
See for details part 1 at: www.pa3clq.nl
adventures and pictures can be found in the 20 pages of the
newsletter..check it out!
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year, lots of SKCC QSOs and great DX!
73, Ted K8AQM, Editor
QSP PA3CLQ page 2 from:
The History of Amateur Radio by Cliff KU4GW
Cliff KU4GW (652), ran across a very interesting article, “The History of Amateur Radio.”
The article can be downloaded as a 99 page pdf file at:
This is a great article and really gives an insight into the history of our hobby.
Thanks Cliff for passing this along!
This will be my forth year in a row using a vintage station in the ARRL Straight Key Night
I'll be rock bound on 40 meters.
A while back on the reflector several members wanted to put cw ringtones on their phones. The
web page here will give you the program to add ringtones to your Android phones. I don’t know if it
will work for Iphones. It creates a .wav file to email and save to your phone.
http://www.nitrxgen.net/morsecode/ Oeps is Under construction
QSP PA3CLQ page 7 from:
Dear Friends take a look at the nice website of the International Independent CW Club: CQCW from Russia.
73, Jan P. PA3CLQ CQCW #239
Another "Solid ORT" photo
Tower at Shattuc, Illinois in 1920s.
you look carefully the sign says at the bottom "Solid ORT"
The mail has been hung in its crane with care ....
73, Skip Posted by: Skip Luke firstname.lastname@example.org
Not all of me will die - - - The good I do will live forever.
invited Lino to join the fun on the air, hope he will soon show
Have nice days folks, BCNU.
73, Yann, F5LAW
My simple website about Gigantic DF-Antennas
Part 1 "DF-Antenna Wullenweber Array"
Part 2 "DF-Antenna USSR Variants"
Part 3 "DF-Antenna USA Variants"
Next Part 4 "USSR OTHRA DUGA 1,2 & 3" at: