|[AMRadio] Invitation to a SURVEY|
k0occ at comcast.net
k0occ at comcast.net
Wed Jan 30 15:09:38 EST 2008
Favorite Band: 75m
Antenna: 130 ft center fed with 450 ohm ladder line for 80-10; W9INN loaded dipole fed with ladder line for 160
Tuners: Homebrew Z Match, homebrew link coupled
Main Rigs: Viking ll & 75A-4; Ranger & HRO-5; Swan 500C; S-line; KWM-2, R4B & T4XB
Operating times: Most mornings about 9 am on AM, occasional SSB on 20, 40, & 80
Time spent: about 20 hours per week
Enjoy: 50/50 operating/technical
Comments: Many of us have lots of rigs that we rotate; use one piece for awhile, then pull another off the shelf for awhile. We all keep saying we need to thin down, but we keep going to hamfests and more stuff follows us home. Hi.
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From: "jcotton at excite.com" <jcotton at excite.com>
> It would be nice to know what each of us is using for equipment and antennas,
> and so on. I encourage everyone to participate in a survey, and I will
> volunteer to collect your replies and report to the list, with statistics and
> Please reply to the list, or to me at jcotton at excite.com. If you have more than
> one (transmitter, antenna, etc) please reply regarding your "main" equipment.
> What is your favorite band (80m, 160m, 40m etc)?
> What kind of antenna (dipole, vertical, etc) do you use?
> What type of line (open feeder, rg59, etc) do you use for feeding of your
> antenna? Do you use a transmatch or antenna tuner?
> Do you use a separate transmitter and receiver, or a transciever?
> What times and days of the week do you operate?
> Average amount of time per week occupied in ham radio?
> What do you enjoy most, the technical (building, repairing) or operating?
> And last but not least, any comments!
> Thanks for participating in the survey.
> Joe N3IQA
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