> It all gets back to that old debate as to whether to copy "ATT"
> "ATT" or log "100". It all ends up meaning the same thing.
4.2. DX stations send signal report and power (number indicating
approximate transmitter output power).
I guess the contest rules are rocket science. Of course, any RST
exchange sent as 5NN or ENN should be so recorded :-) Serial
numbers sent as NAT should be so recorded :-) Power sent as K or
KW should be so recorded :-)
With a major leap of faith, since the program you use to send the
exchange automagically translates 599 1000 (in your log) to 5NN KW
when transmitting, a similar inverse logic might follow for the
program receiving the exchange?
Maybe anyone using cut numbers should be automatically
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