Maybe I'm missing something here, but there were a BUNCH of JA's sending
"50" for their power... any chance the station referenced was merely
running his "50" and "K" together a bit... e.g. TU 5NN 50 K ... ?
At 07:22 PM 2/18/02, you wrote:
> > At 22:16 2/18/2002 +0000, Rex Maner wrote:
> > >I know I'm supposed to enter the exchange as sent, How about
> > 50K ? Shud I
> > >have questioned him ? Does he know what was sent ? Does the next guy
> > >question him. ? When he sends K , or KW , I think I know
> > what is ment,
> > >Do I enter as sent or 1000 ??
> > >Am I going to be docked for QSO's that show something different than 050
> > >and 50 ?? Some gave 5 some 05 and otheres 005, Can I shorten them to 5,
> > >Some also gave 5W ???
> > >Quack
> > ==========================>
> > Those are very tough questions.
> > "Your" answers should come from within.
> > To request post-contest advice from "others" is bad karma and may get you
> > chastised
> > Log what was sent.
> > Log what was copied.
> > Hopefully, they will be the same, and if in error, will be in
> > harmon"e"ous
> > erron"i"ous, which is OK except after "C".
> > Until you can come up with answers to clear your inner soul, you
> > should not
> > operate heavy machinery.
> > Bob Perring
> > ...........................................
> > Amateur Radio Station N5RP
> > mailto:N5RP@pdq.net
> > N5RP Station Page: http://freeweb.pdq.net/perring/station.html
>It's patently obvious, Robert, that you have again been spending waaaay too
>much time cooped up inside that VW bus you bought from those hippies. The
>residual grass smoke fumes are affecting you...or you've been holed up in
>there with the engine running again.
>I throw caution to the wind.
>If the guy sent me 50k, I would naturally assume he was on the straight and
>narrow and doing the right thing: "50 watts. Over." If it was N5RP, then
>log it as you copy it and send a copy to the FCC.
>If the guy sends me 005, I typically copy 005. If I copy 005 and log 5, so
>There were guys (and gals, I hope) sending KW and others sending K.
>Sometimes I logged the KW stations as K. Again, so what?
>It all gets back to that old debate as to whether to copy "ATT" and log
>"ATT" or log "100". It all ends up meaning the same thing.
>Do what you think is right. Do what you think you would have sent in the
>same situation. Do what you would want the other guy receving your exchange
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