[AMRadio] ARRL Station W1AW/7


Paul Baldock paul at paulbaldock.com
Mon Mar 3 20:51:11 EST 2014


In this particular case its operation from WA to celebrate the ARRL 
Centennial. Check out the info here http://www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party

- Paul


At 05:34 PM 3/3/2014, you wrote:
>Hi, Paul. I have been out of the loop.
>If you'd be so kind, I know what W1AW is but, in brief, what is the 
>/7 operation?
>Tnx in advance.
>(((73)))
>Les
>
>
>-------- Original message --------
>From: Paul Baldock
>Date:03/03/2014 5:24 PM (GMT-08:00)
>To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
>Subject: [AMRadio] ARRL Station W1AW/7
>
>W1AW/7 worked 250 AM stations on 29.010 last Friday. The station will
>be back on the air tomorrow from 2100Z to 2359Z. This time I'll start
>on 21.420 and if there is not much activity move up to 29.010.
>
>Paul - KW7Y
>
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