The rules don't specify '599' as part of the exchange.
The rules call for a signal report.
Which suggests this question: If I send a signal report other than '599',
and the receiving station autofills '599', do they lose a Q for a 'busted
report'? If not, why not?
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> Serious question: why was '599' part of the exchange? The larger question
> is: why is '599' ever a part of any contest's exchange?
> Al W6LX
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