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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Tom Bruhns, Jun 27, 2004.

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  1. Tom Bruhns

    Tom Bruhns Guest

    Hi all,

    Free for pickup in the Seattle-Everett area:
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    RF Design, almost complete from Nov/Dec 1980 to early 2004

    Microwave Journal, most issues from May 2000 - June 2004

    Applied Microwave & Wireless, mose issues from Winter 1995 to Oct. 2002
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    These would be too expensive to ship...

    They'll go into the recycle about July 1 if nobody claims them.

    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  2. Tom Bruhns wrote...
    I'd like to complete my anemic decimated RF Design collection,
    and am more than willing to pay for shipping to Cambridge.

    Thanks,
    - Win

    (email: use hill_at_rowland-dot-org for now)
     
  3. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Consider using the Snail book rate; takes linger but saves $$
    especially if a lot of weight.
     
  4. Gregg

    Gregg Guest

    Behold, Tom Bruhns signalled from keyed 4-1000A filament:
    Greetz Tom,

    I live 4-1/2 hours north of you in Chilliwack, BC.

    Shipping for that lot couldn't be too much to me.
     
  5. Tom Bruhns

    Tom Bruhns Guest

    Unfortunately, it's not OK to use that rate for magazines that contain
    advertising. See USPS website.

    Win wins the RF Design mags...

    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  6. Tom Bruhns

    Tom Bruhns Guest


    Win has the RF Design mags. What's left is the Microwave Journal and
    Applied Microwave & Wireless. The total weight is close to 70 pounds,
    and by splitting it into two packages, it could ship for $62. (In a
    single package, it was some silly amount like $180, because they only
    do express shipments for heavy stuff, I guess. This is through US
    Postal Service. UPS would be about $71 for ground service.) Still
    interested? I'm suspecting it's recycle time for those.

    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  7. Gregg

    Gregg Guest

    Behold, Tom Bruhns signalled from keyed 4-1000A filament:
    Odd.... When I worked for Polaris Water, we sent 1-1/2 ton pallets to
    Seattle via train for the same amount...
    I'll check shipping via Burlington Northern, and get back to ya ;-)
     
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