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Re: [CQ-Contest] Sending the other guy's call - AGAIN!!

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Sending the other guy's call - AGAIN!!
From: "Charles W. Shaw" <chasshaw@leaco.net>
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 18:13:15 +0000
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On 1/28/2009, Tree wrote:

>Most of these have been mentioned before, but are worth repeating.
         Certainly worth repeating, and there is a need to pass
this info better to those outside this reflector!

>1. Learn how to QNZ!!
         YES!  One of my most common thoughts when running.
I can do the other extreme, but I prefer to use my narrowest filter
when S&P (dig out weak ones) and then leave it narrow for run.
--Narrow for S&P aids in being closer to QNZ--; narrow for run helps
with noise and QRM. I usually leave the RIT on for running, but
I make a point to hit its zero button after every use.
         Better QNZ while S&P helps us get through (unless the CQ
station forgot his RIT); but, best of all, it also means less QRM
for all the other stations nearby!
         QNZ PSE

73, Chas - N5UL
Hobbs, NM
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