[Fwd: qsl cards?]

Terry Fox tfox@erols.com
Sat, 29 May 1999 22:09:40 -0400

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I agree, we should put together a nice QSL card.  Maybe with one of the
spectrum displays, and a transmitter or antenna on the front.  Terry

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hello Paul, (and BOD)
the report below is the 3rd we have received confirming  reception of
our AMRAD beacon.
Should we consider printing some nice QSLs with our call sign and some
nice words?
(and possibly a suggestion to join AMRAD and get our Newsletter?)

Dave Jarrell wrote:

> Andre
> Copied the WA2XTF/6 beacon on 5/27/99 at 0959Z.
> Signal report579
> My QTH
> Springfield, VA
> Equipment - ICOM IC-751 and 120' End fed Long wire
> 73
> Dave Jarrell
> AH6OB/4