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Thread: Digital mode on 40 meter band?

  1. #21


    Quote Originally Posted by WG7X View Post
    K0RGR... +10 Good answer. Also K4KYV +10

    But I still have a question for KK4JSJ: What is a "kilochicken" amp? Sounds messy to me.

    73 Gary
    A measurement of my own devising. For years I used the term 'Megachickens' in the computer world as a joke about how fast CPU speeds were...and now I use Kilochicken for kilowatts. You can probably cook a good sized bird on the heat some of these kilochicken amps put out.

    I had fun working QRP on the KX3 this weekend...but I'll probably buy the KX3 100 watt amp when it comes out as long as it doesn't weigh all that much for backpacking...

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Jan 2002
    harms way


    Quote Originally Posted by N5PAR View Post
    Ok, so this post can start its down hill spiral early here goes.

    This problem has to be the fault of ex CBers and freebanders who have become no code hams in the last year. I am also sure it is also the fault of the FCC not doing it own testing anymore and not making prospective amateurs drive or walk 10 miles up hill an a blizzard to take their exam at the FCC office. There, I think that just about covers it. and global warming!
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  3. #23
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Talladega, Alabama


    When I'm there I'm on 7038, I don't leave there.
    Bryan, AC4BB
    Scio me nihil Scire: Socrates

    [h=1]A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way?[/h]Mark Twain.

  4. #24
    Join Date
    Oct 2004


    Didn't someone write to QST back in 1929, complaining about a similar issue on the bands?

    73 de Charles - KC8VWM
    North American QRP CW Club #3159, SKCC# 5752

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