Topics

WWV/H survey

Keith Morehouse
 

Responding might help keep these stations on the air.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG


****************

From: Paul English englishp@...
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019, 11:15:47 AM CDT
Subject: DOD Broadcast and Listener Survey on WWV and WWVH

From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.

<blockquote>

www.dodmars.org/home/wwv-surve y
</blockquote>

<blockquote>

The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.

Please take a listen to this message and take the survey...as the saying goes, "every vote counts" and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.

Thanks for your consideration in this effort.

Paul English, WD8DBY
Chief, Army MARS
</blockquote>

James Duffey
 

Done. 

And, not to be political, but money and government services, which WWV/WWVH and NIST are,  are political, and the current administration is poorly focused and pernicious in their decisions on how and what to reduce in curtailing government services. A well chosen and well thought out vote in 2020 will help as much or more than a survey in keeping NIST, and WWV/WWVH up and operating. 

Political rant off. Thanks for the bandwidth. - Duffey

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Aug 19, 2019, at 18:18, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:

Responding might help keep these stations on the air.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG


****************

From: Paul English englishp@...
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019, 11:15:47 AM CDT
Subject: DOD Broadcast and Listener Survey on WWV and WWVH

From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.

<blockquote>

www.dodmars.org/home/wwv-surve y
</blockquote>

<blockquote>

The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.

Please take a listen to this message and take the survey...as the saying goes, "every vote counts" and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.

Thanks for your consideration in this effort.

Paul English, WD8DBY
Chief, Army MARS
</blockquote>

Bob Kmak
 

Done.

K5WO

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:17 PM James Duffey <JamesDuffey@...> wrote:
Done. 

And, not to be political, but money and government services, which WWV/WWVH and NIST are,  are political, and the current administration is poorly focused and pernicious in their decisions on how and what to reduce in curtailing government services. A well chosen and well thought out vote in 2020 will help as much or more than a survey in keeping NIST, and WWV/WWVH up and operating. 

Political rant off. Thanks for the bandwidth. - Duffey

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Aug 19, 2019, at 18:18, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:

Responding might help keep these stations on the air.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG


****************

From: Paul English englishp@...
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019, 11:15:47 AM CDT
Subject: DOD Broadcast and Listener Survey on WWV and WWVH

From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.

<blockquote>

www.dodmars.org/home/wwv-surve y
</blockquote>

<blockquote>

The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.

Please take a listen to this message and take the survey...as the saying goes, "every vote counts" and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.

Thanks for your consideration in this effort.

Paul English, WD8DBY
Chief, Army MARS
</blockquote>

Bill Mader
 

DONE

73, Bill Mader, K8TE
W6H NM Coordinator, Route 66 On-the-Air 7-15 Sep 2019
ARRL New Mexico Section Manager
ARRL - The national association for Amateur Radio
Duke City Hamfest BoD www.dukecityhamfest.org 20-22 Sep 2019
President, Albuquerque DX Association 


On Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 11:07 AM Bob Kmak <bobkmak@...> wrote:
Done.

K5WO

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:17 PM James Duffey <JamesDuffey@...> wrote:
Done. 

And, not to be political, but money and government services, which WWV/WWVH and NIST are,  are political, and the current administration is poorly focused and pernicious in their decisions on how and what to reduce in curtailing government services. A well chosen and well thought out vote in 2020 will help as much or more than a survey in keeping NIST, and WWV/WWVH up and operating. 

Political rant off. Thanks for the bandwidth. - Duffey

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Aug 19, 2019, at 18:18, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:

Responding might help keep these stations on the air.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG


****************

From: Paul English englishp@...
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019, 11:15:47 AM CDT
Subject: DOD Broadcast and Listener Survey on WWV and WWVH

From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.

<blockquote>

www.dodmars.org/home/wwv-surve y
</blockquote>

<blockquote>

The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.

Please take a listen to this message and take the survey...as the saying goes, "every vote counts" and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.

Thanks for your consideration in this effort.

Paul English, WD8DBY
Chief, Army MARS
</blockquote>