On Tue, 08 Aug 2006 11:27:58 -0500 (CDT)
Ron Notarius W3WN <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> But at what point do you "lose" the frequency when you
>jump to the other rig?
IMHO, as soon as someone asks "QRL?" and you fail to
> Either way, consider the poor slob who THINKS he's found
>a clear frequency, QRL'd with no response, has begun
>CQ'ing and even worked a few stations. Is it now
>reasonable or fair to him that you suddenly pop back on
>frequency after the short absence, and demand that HE
>leave so that you can have your run frequency back?
> Worse, after he reasonably states something to the
>effect that you were gone, and no one replied to his QRL?
>-- should you now try to push him off frequency by
>overpowering or QRM'ing him, just because you can?
I have seen that tried, and I believe that too is
Doug Smith W9WI
Pleasant View, TN EM66
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