As long as it's below like 35 to 40 wpm, I can always copy better than
any program I have ever tried especially in the presence of qrm and qrn.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 7/20/2010 6:03 PM, Larry K4AB wrote:
> So that means a human ear can copy a CQ at 35 wpm, and the callsign
> at 30 wpm, but the skimmer can't.
> Oh, thats too bad.
> Larry K4AB
>> Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2010 17:09:08 -0400
>> From: email@example.com
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Speed Change Prevents Skimmer Spot
>> After consultation with VE3NEA, he confirms that any speed change
>> between the keyword (CQ, TEST etc.) and the call-sign will stop CW
>> Skimmer cold. Also, CQs in the format TEST N4ZR (only one of each) will
>> be spotted.
>> For those who are interested, I will be publishing on
>> email@example.com a full explanation of how Skimmer identifies
>> CQers (run stations) and validates callsigns.
>> 73, Pete N4ZR
>> The World Contest Station Database, updated daily at www.conteststations.com
>> The Reverse Beacon Network at http://reversebeacon.net, blog at
>> spots at telnet.reversebeacon.net, port 7000
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