Or better yet scan the logs for calls close to yours and submit the card and
hope the QSL manager feels that the dxpedition busted the call and send a
On 12/14/07 7:17 AM, "Laurent Ferracci" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Peter Voelpel a écrit :
>> That does not sound logical to me
> Example n.2:
> You hear the DXpedition and decide to dive into the pileup. You swith on
> your multi megawatt amplifier and call, call, call, call, call.
> No need to listen, you call, call, call, call and call call again. Once
> in a while, you mimic an exchange "RR 5NN de xxx TU"
> After a while, you tell you yourself it must be good, and turn off the
> station. You do the same on EVERY spot you see about that DXpedition,
> even if you don't hear a peep.
> Once the dxpedition is finished, you check the full online log. You seee
> wich "QSOs" were logged, and voila, you now know what to write on your
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