parameters, guidebooks, and tips pertaining to AM/FM Broadcast DXing, an
addition to the Intro to Rec.Radio.Shortwave articles posted monthly by
I've spoken to Ralph about it, and he thinks it is a reasonable idea.
However, understandably, he feels he lacks the time and subject expertise to
write and update such a posting.
Ralph, however, is able and willing to accept a pre-written article from
a net volunteer, post it with his other articles, and mail it to the
appropriate FTP archives. In fact, this is exactly what he does with
the Scanning article, which is written by Bob Parnass.
I have a lot of information about the GE Superadio II, have saved
all the postings on AM stereo, and can easily find out information about
White's Radio Log and other resources. However, due to personal obligations,
and 2 other Info postings I have volunteered to write in another newsgroup,
I feel that I am unable to take on another responsibility. Also, distributing
the load would serve the dual purpose of guarding against "single-point-
failures" (i.e. one key-person losing his/her net access or taking ill or
going on vacation) as well as providing a diverse spectrum of viewpoints on
the radio listening hobby.
Is there anyone out there who would be willing to write such an article?
The only qualifications are dependable net access and E-mail as well as
good writing skills. And if other FAQ projects are any indication, the
net will do most of the research work for you by sending you information.
Once complete, Ralph will handle the administrivia of posting and archiving
it. You need only make incremental changes at your leisure when updates
Please E-mail to Ralph or me if you would like to volunteer.
Paul W. Schleck, KD3FU