I think that some instances of this may be explained by the logging
I believe some logging programs can be configured to send a packet spot
for a new station worked (Or a Specific Keystroke used to Spot a
station). For S&P this helps others on packet by keeping the packet
window populated, but bad if you are running.
I noticed that there were a few instances where there were several DX
spots for exactly the same frequency - apparently the running station
was sending packet spots for stations that worked him. I'm sure this
was un-intentional, but would explain why you follow a packet spot and
it turns out to be someone else....
Scott - KI5DR
--- Bob Naumann - N5NJ <email@example.com> wrote:
> I operated for not quite half of the contest, but I noticed a very
> number of erroneous packet spots.
> What is going on? Was this on purpose or what?
> To make matters worse, it seemed that the only stations that were
> were those that nearly never ID!
> One spot had a cross-band QSX on it. That was weird.
> N5NJ @ AA5NT M/2
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