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- Sun Apr 08, 2012 9:37 am
- Forum: Your Radio Station
- Topic: A little late but...
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In case anyone reading this, Photo attached of my OHR100A station. QRP on 20 meters. The OHR100A for 30 meters not included but looks the same. Couple of keys too. Not my Begali camel-back which I miss not having it with me at the moment. Listen for F8WBD on or near SKCC and QRP frequencies on 20 me...
Dug out the bug. Black and brass-colored plate in center. Date 6/6/41. Serial number 1487. Signal Corps U.S. Army. Key type J-36. Base black with bit of a redish tint. Chrome perfect. I don't use it any longer but keep it as display. Years ago, when I was QRO, I used it exclusively. But I am QRP for...
I'm a "lefty" but always felt more at ease using my right hand when sending cw with any device, straight key, bug, or Vibrokeyer. Handy, as I do write with my left hand. My Signal Corps bug is a Vibroplex with a plate date of mid 1941, a few months before Pearl Harbor. Some supply sergeant painted, ...
I don't contest at all so have no comment on the exchange content. I do like the idea of exchanging key info during a normal SKCC QSO. It is surprising how iinfrequently that is done. I like knowing what sort of key the other operator is using. Just a simple addition to the station equipment sent du...
- Mon Mar 23, 2009 3:04 pm
- Forum: Beginners Corner
- Topic: Illustrating IF vs. Audio Filtering for Improved CW Rcv
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One more for the "English" style. I have never been able to lay any part of my arm on the operating desk, even the USAF AACS was unsuccessful in getting me to do so. So they lived with my very capable high-rise method. All my straight keys are high-risers too.