>Tree- Trey's is good, but for pure contest key-down time, I always
>thought it was:
>73, Larry N6AZE
I wonder why I never hear EI5HE in contests? :-)
73, Zack W9SZ
>From Charles Kraly <email@example.com> Tue Aug 1 13:35:50 1995
From: Charles Kraly <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Charles Kraly)
Subject: Rufz Flaws
Sorry to say but, there are many USA calls in the data file. I looked at
it with PC Tools text viewer and even saw a couple of local guys (NX0I
and AB0X to name a few).
>From Peter Hutter" <email@example.com Tue Aug 1 09:39:08 1995
From: Peter Hutter" <firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Hutter)
Subject: What is C4
It's some type of plastique ?
>From Mike Cizek <mcizek@CapAccess.org> Tue Aug 1 14:50:23 1995
From: Mike Cizek <mcizek@CapAccess.org> (Mike Cizek)
Subject: Vanity Call/Out of Area
On Tue, 1 Aug 1995, Rich L. Boyd wrote:
> KO7V reports some advantage from his 7 call, residing in W3.
Actually, where I really notice the advantage is when I'm signing W3LPL,
but maybe those antennas have something to do with it, too? :-)
Sometimes, I think the 7 call helps attract EU stations, but a lot of
them try to put me in MT instead of MD, or ask for a repeat on my zone.
I think it's a real disadvantage for domestic tests. Matts, SM7PKK, has
the right idea though: if you're on enough and your call is really well
known, it doesn't matter what the callsign is. People will recognize it
& copy it correctly. 73,
Mike Cizek KO7V