>How about N0QSL :-)
>Sorry couldn't resist.
>Mike Urich, KA5CVH
There's a Russian station UA3QSY (or RA3QSY, not sure about his prefix)
Imagine a DX station working split on CW and this guy not realizing it's
a split thing actually transmits on DX's frequency. How do you tell him
to QSY ?
UA3QSY QSY !
and he goes: R R R de UA3QSY UA3QSY 5NN 5NN de UA3QSY k
and then everyone on the frequency keys: QSY QSY QSY
and he goes CFM de UA3QSY UA3QSY 5NN 5NN .....and so on forever
... he-he-he-he ... LOL !!!
>From Mike Urich, KA5CVH" <firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Oct 16 12:27:03 2002
From: Mike Urich, KA5CVH" <email@example.com (Mike Urich, KA5CVH)
Subject: Fw: [CQ-Contest] Re "No QSL Needed"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Art Popoff" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> NOQSL sounds a bit too wide.
That's actually N0QSL (N-Zero-QSL) and was tongue in cheek since as club
meetings etc we refer to people who are working on their licesnse of having
N0CAL or N0KAL <No-Call>
Mike Urich, KA5CVH
LaPorte TX EL-29
Amateur Radio *IS* a contact sport!