On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 6:53 AM, Kelly Taylor <email@example.com> wrote:
> Seems to me that the 5nnjtt station either isn't set up with a paddle
> or didn't realize how ineffective jtt is as a cut number.
> If you keep getting asked for fills, your cut numbers aren't working.
> And it likely indicates you're in for some busted Qs particularly if
> some people decide to just log what was sent, no matter how
> incomprehensible what was sent really was.
Well that might depend on how the log-checking process handles number
mismatches. If I work you, and you give me a non-cut number, but I
copy it incorrectly, you generally shouldn't lose credit for the QSO,
but I should, of course. By that logic, the guy giving out cut numbers
would still get credit for the Qs, even if I don't know how to
interpret them correctly.
I wonder how ARRL and CQ actually handle cases where people log
exactly what they receive - i.e. "JTT" in this case. Anyone know?
~Iain / N6ML
> On Feb 22, 2010, at 6:28 AM, "Randy Thompson K5ZD" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Thanks Bob. Not sure I agree with your assertion of being assisted
>> because a general question was asked. Seems a bit extreme and
>> silly! I feel
>> no guilt since I didn't read any of the responses until after the
>> and my log was already submitted.
>> I wrote my post after listening to one station send 5nnjtt over and
>> All attempts to ask for a repeat of the number just resulted in the
>> 5nnjtt. A number of other stations that called in also sent jtt or
>> j00. Was
>> just frustrated at the time.
>> Also wanted to be first to cleverly initiate the annual cut number
>> discussion. :)
>> Randy, K5ZD
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: email@example.com
>>> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
>>> Robert L. Shohet
>>> Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2010 12:38 PM
>>> To: email@example.com
>>> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Cut Number "J" - ASSISTED or MULTI?
>>> I sure hope that those of you operating in ARRLDXCW this
>>> weekend and posting or reading this post are claiming an
>>> ASSISTED or MULTI-something category of operation.
>>> In fact, asking what the "JTT" Exchange means DURING a
>>> contest is no different than asking for help with a Callsign
>>> DURING a contest.
>>> I thought that this practice was not allowed? Seems a lot
>>> like cheating on an exam to me.
>>> Bob KQ2M
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