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It seems PTWBR's PASSBAND website has crashed....................
Not good news

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Default Passband crashed

On Jul 29, 2:54*pm, John Plimmer wrote:
It seems PTWBR's PASSBAND website has crashed....................
Not good news

JP


Could be it's not paid for, anymore. I heard they were going out of
business due to Obama-omy...I mead the economy...
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John Plimmer wrote:

It seems PTWBR's PASSBAND website has crashed....................
Not good news


Seems to be up and running at 0825 check.

http://www.passband.com

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Drake R7, R8, R8A and R8B
70' and 200' wires

239 countries heard and 224 QSL'd (veried, for those in Glendale) using the
NASWA Country List.

And, as always, don't let your children attend the Sullivan College of
Technology & Design.

They've hired at least one dufus who once claimed to have a PhD, and who
knows, there may be more dufi there.









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dxAce wrote:

John Plimmer wrote:

It seems PTWBR's PASSBAND website has crashed....................
Not good news


Seems to be up and running at 0825 check.

http://www.passband.com


From the site:
July 29: Our ISPís server that handles the Passband.com domain encountered file
corruption, so we were informed; thus, it was inoperative most of today. It
sprang back to life around 2350 UTC and now appears to be functioning properly.






dxAce
Michigan
USA

Drake R7, R8, R8A and R8B
70' and 200' wires

239 countries heard and 224 QSL'd (veried, for those in Glendale) using the
NASWA Country List.

And, as always, don't let your children attend the Sullivan College of
Technology & Design.

They've hired at least one dufus who once claimed to have a PhD, and who
knows, there may be more dufi there.



JP




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