This isn't ALWAYS the case, as often I'll ignore a QRL? or QRZ? if I'm
trying to dig out a call or exchange on my "own" frequency. It's a risk
you need to take sometimes.
But 45 seconds of dead air *is* a bit different.
On Tue, 06 March 2001, Dan Weisenburger wrote:
> It seems to me (in my hardly ever humble opinion)
> that if a station is neither listening, and able
> to respond to the QRL, on a frequency - nor
> is he/she transmitting on said frequency, then
> he/she is not using the frequency.
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