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1. I will listen, listen and then listen some more
2. I will only call if I can copy the DX station properly
3. I will not trust the cluster and will make sure I have copied the DX callsign
4. I will not interfere with the DX station nor anyone calling him and will never tune up on the DX stations frequency or in the QSX slot
5. I will wait for the DX station to complete a QSO before calling him
6. I will always send my full callsign
7. I will call and then listen for a reasonable interval. I will never call continuously

8. I will not transmit when the DX operator calls another callsign not mine
9. I will not transmit when the DX operator questions a callsign not like mine
10. I will not transmit when the DX operator calls a geographic area not where I am
11. When the DX calls me I will not repeat my callsign unless I think he has copied it incorrectly
12. I will be thankful when I make a contact with the DX
13. I will respect my fellow hams and conduct myself so as to earn their respect


The Maltese Cross

The Maltese cross, also known as the Amalfi cross, is identified as the symbol of an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta and through them came to be identified with the Mediterranean island of Malta and is one of the National symbols of Malta. The Maltese cross was depicted on the two mils coin in the old Maltese currency, and is now shown on the back of the Euro coins, introduced in January 2008.

In the mid 16th century, when the Knights were at Malta, the familiar design now known as the "Maltese Cross" became associated with the island. The first evidence for Maltese Cross on Malta appears on the 2 Tar and 4 Tar Copper coins of the Grand Master Jean de la Vallette-Parisot (Grand Master 1557-1568). The 2 and 4 Tar Copper coins are dated 1567. This provides a date for the introduction of the Maltese Cross. The cross is eight-pointed and has the form of four "V"-shaped elements joined together at their tips, so that each arm has two points. Its design is based on crosses used since the First Crusade. It is also the modern symbol of Amalfi, a small Italian republic of the 11th century.

In the 15th century, the eight points of the four arms of the later called Maltese Cross represented the eight lands of origin, or Langues of the Knights Hospitaller.

The eight points are said to symbolize the eight points of courage:

* Loyalty * Piety * Generosity * Bravery * Glory and honor * Contempt of death * Helpfulness towards the poor and the sick * Respect for the church

The Venerable Order of St John teaches that the eight points of the cross represent the eight Beatitudes.


My equipment:

Rig HF: Kenwood TS-870

Main Mic: MXL Genesis Tube Microphone

Secondary Mic: Audio Technica AT-2035

Headset/Mic: The Traveler Dual Boomset by Heil

ESSB Audio Rack 'Voodoo' (see below)

Antenna HF: Comet H422 Rotatable Dipole 10/15/20/40 in 'V' configuration

Wire Dipole for 18MHz by G4KZJ




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