At 03:44 AM 1/14/2009, Hank Greeb wrote:
>For example, when I copy and XE1, and he says "MX" for Mexico, the file
>has "Mexico" or when I work Argentina, the fellow only sends a name, no
>country, but the Cabrillo file has "Argentina" in the SPC space.
>If I leave this as is, will I get penalized? Or should I replace the MX
>for Mexico, and PR for Puerto Rico, etc, and take out the countries like
>ARgentina, since this wasn't part of the exchange.
Although standard abbreviations are preferable for indicating
countries in the QTH field of an NAQP log, the name of the country is
also acceptable (e.g. Mexico, Argentina, etc.).
73 de Bruce, WA7BNM (email@example.com)
NAQP CW/SSB Manager
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