|[AMRadio] Crystals, was... Forty and 80 meter AM freqs|
collinsradio at adelphia.net
Thu Dec 28 10:22:19 EST 2006
If I might add the name of:
9569 9th Street, POB 652
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
or call him at (800) 643-9825. You might mention the CRA when calling.
Publisher of the Collins Journal
Secretary to the Collins Radio Association
www.collinsra.com - the CRA Website
Now with PayPal
CRA Nets: 3.805 Mhz every Monday at 8 PM EST
and 14.253 Mhz every Saturday at 12 Noon EST
Collins Chatroom - Daily at 4 PM EST on 14.285 Mhz
----- Original Message -----
From: "Geoff/W5OMR" <ars.w5omr at gmail.com>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
<amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 10:15 AM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Crystals, was... Forty and 80 meter AM freqs
> Jack Schmidling wrote:
>> Peterson Radio
>> 2735 Avenue A
>> Council Bluffs, IA 51501
> It's my understanding that Mr. Peterson, for failing health reason has, in
> the last year, shut down operations.
> How recently have you purchased crystals from Peterson?
> I, too, have bought crystals from AF4K/Brian and at $9.oo per and $4.oo
> shipping, $40.oo was enough to get me 3.870, 3.880, 3.890 and 7.290Mc
> crystals. Brian and I don't see eye-to-eye on many issues. Personal
> issues aside, I can -not- detract his ability to provide boat-anchor
> enthusiasts with hard-to-find, and sometime very rare 'unobtainium'. I
> find his service completely acceptable.
> Don Merz provides a similar service.
> While I'm at it, and this observation is from someone who 'officially' has
> no input on how the list runs (other than the respected opinion of a
> member - Thanks to W5AMI for having the ability to listen *and* hear
> members requests) I would like to point out, and remind those who wish to
> partake of those list members who offer items for sale, that the
> negotiation for offered items should occur 'off-list'.
> A rather detracting habit from some list-members has been to request 'one
> specific part' in a whole raft of pieces offered, and then not remove
> anything that isn't pertinent to what they want. *MY* opinion is, the
> best option for all concerned is that if a piece offered is desired, then
> reply to the original poster off-list. Not only does it reduce
> unnecessary and non-technical discussion from the list, it also keeps the
> on-going archive a lot cleaner. A simple solution, as far as I'm
> If anyone is still with me after that lengthy diatribe (*grinz*) How many
> of us are planning on participating on the Special AM Event that is set to
> occur this weekend? The event marks the 100th anniversary of Dr.
> Feseden's 'discovery' of Amplitude Modulation. It is my understanding
> that several special event stations all over the county, and the world
> will be participating in this momentous occasion.
> 73, etc...
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