K1TTT (is that pronounced K-one-thousand?) asks:
> > Furthurmore - for the ARRL DX contest - all received power levels
> > are converted to a numeric value for checking purposes. Thusly,
> > KW, 1K, K and 1000 are all equal. So are 5, 05, 005 and 00000005.
> > Tree N6TR
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> are 'att', '2tt', 'nnn', 'nn' etc also converted?
>From the ARRL web page:
4.2 DX stations send signal report and power (number indicating
approximate transmitter output power).
a, t, n and e are not numbers. They are CW abbreviations used to
communicate a number.
I do convert K or KW to 1000 however.
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