PA3CLQ's Leuke Linken Nr. 407
Beste mede amateur,
In deze mail staat een link waarop het achttiende DKARS-Magazine is te downloaden.
mail contains a link which the eighteenth DKARS-Magazine is available for
De Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society is een stichting die de belangen wenst te behartigen van ALLE radioamateurs binnen het gehele Koninkrijk der Nederlanden.
Kingdom Dutch Amateur Radio Society is an organization that seeks to represent
the interests of ALL radio amateurs throughout the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Namens de Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society wens ik je veel leesplezier nadat je op deze link hebt geklikt:
behalf of the Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society, I wish you pleasant reading
after you click on this link:
je in plaats van een PDF te downloaden het Magazine on-line doorbladeren?
Dat kan ook, ga dan naar deze link:
Want to download a PDF instead of browsing Magazine on-line? This can also go to this link:
namens de DKARS
Peter de Graaf
PJ4NX en PA3CNX
SKCC QSL Card design January 2016 for the time being at:
Take a look at the LMR Quad from LMR Precision.
It will meet the advertised specs.
No tuner needed. $125 plus shipping.
is a big supporter of SKCC.
OK... So Every one of them seems to have it but of all the pictures I've seen on all the QRZ profile pages no one seems to use it.. So
What is the eyelet on the front-left of the J-38 supposed to be used for?
Why is it there and what is it's intended purpose?
73s & Enjoy! N4IVE - David Gale
To thread wires through to secure them when the J-38 was used as part of a practice system (that is what the shorting bar is for as well, though they were used in Railroad telegraph systems as well).
I have my cable fed through the eyelet, and then secured with a very small zip tie.
73 /paul W3FIS
The first week I had my station on the air (1961) with my J38, I removed that shorting lever !
I kept accidentally kept bumping it and sticking my transmitter on the air.
The first time I saw the plate on my 6AQ5 final (only) transmitter tube get red hot before I saw the shorting lever was closed.!
CW is Real Radio
If you have a burned out DMM, it can be opened up where there is gold traces on the board.
Scraped some off and grind it between the j-38 contacts.
I haven't actual tried this. Just a thought.
The contacts on my J-38 appear to be coin silver or the like.
One of the old "point files" cleans them up nicely.
You want a square contact.
Mine got roughed up over the years by cathode keying vacuum tube rigs.
73 /paul W3FIS
Th eyelet on the base was for a cloth tie from the cord.
it was the outer cord cloth cover when the conductors were removed.
It provided tension relief for the two conductors in the cord.
Proper name is "circuit closure switch" for wire line telegraphy.
It remained for some time.
When the pivot screw is adjusted properly and the pivot is not worn, it will move, but not too freely.
piece of clear tape over the contact area can insulate it.
Regards, Joe, Marty & Sidney Pontek, V31JP/K8JP
P.O. Box 280, Dangriga, Stann Creek District (Hopkins Village) Belize
New to N1MM KXUSB cable were does it plug in
I have a Elecraft KX3 and Px3 and want to use N1MM in CW contests.
I cannot find out were to find the answer.
I have a HP running Windows 10 with 8K of memory.
I have N1MM loaded on OK.
Thank you for any help you may provide.
I have a LNR EF-Quad 10,15,20,40 meters,,,,,,,,,,,
200 watts - 65 feet - resonant on those bands I would be glad to let you have
if that would help you.
REM : Wow !?
Hi Bill, I am the proud owner of four new pistols, FNS-9, Springfield HD Mod 2, (both 9 mm), one 22 single action and one BB pistol along with a Mossberg Patriot 3006 along with a 22 rifle.
I have owned since 1955 and a BB pump that I inherited from my brother.
I bought a 36" Gun Safe and built a save room.
I am in the process of fixing up the house to get ready for a Zombie attack.
I bought a comm trailer from TARS because its real owner decided he only has a short time to live.
(he is 69 and I am only 75 now, so I still have 20 years to enjoy it!
The trailer has a couple of bunks a radio room and some solar cells so will be good for a park with a community bathroom.
Been too busy with carpentry to get on the air much, but I hope to change that soon.
Willis 'Cookie' Cooke,
VP TARS 2016
K5EWJ & Trustee N5BPS
the URL repeated itself.
The proper address is:
Warren McFarland SlowSpeedWireGroup
late? No, much too early
Dear Foxes, Hunters and QRP-minded radiofriends
Next Sunday and Monday 6 & 7th December
"The Home Brew" party
Foxes & Hunters are invited to Уdeploy" one (or more) of their УHomework" constructions definition of "home brewФ is simple:
anything except a commercial "plug and playФ rig ;-)
so : all kind of kits: fully or partly build are welcome ,"high tech" or "low techФ ? Everything is OK!
To all participants: please exchange additional info of the used Уapparatus" (to make radiowaves )
Foxes are asked to upload this additional data in the "soapbox" pse do know during the H/B party participating with Уnon-home brew rigs" does NOT affect your score!
wishing Good Luck to all
best 72+73 Jos ON6WJ
this evening ,on 3560KHz
Wim ,PA0WDW was testing his recently build 6V6 MOPA rig Еgood for a marvellous sounding RST 598 chirpy tone rprt
PA3BYW's SSN webpage updated
First, a merry, peaceful and musical Sinterklaas to you and yours cher ami Durk.
The Windshield Wiper, WSW sideswiper made its entry in the Mildam Cootie Zoo:
probably work as well with windshield wipers from less prestigious brands than
Well done Durk, keep up the good work and have fun!
Have a nice Sunday gents, merry Sinterklaas, BCNU.
73, Yann, F5LAW.
73, your Editor PA3CLQ
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: