Well, that would be a good incentive for some people to actually LEARN
Morse. After their code readers make enough mistakes to lose them a
considerable number of QSO's, they might learn it and find out that they can
copy it more accurately themselves.
I copied the Night of Nights "benediction" sent by Denice Stoops on a bug at
0700Z on July 13. That was complete with deep QSB, QRN and a frequent
"brrrrrrrrrt" digi signal of some sort that kept transmitting on the same
frequency as the KPH transmission I was listening to. I doubt a code reader
would've copied the letters sent through the "brrrrrt".
As an aside, did anyone work K6KPH that night? Or operate from there? I
heard a signal on 7050 that sounded like K6KPH trying to set up a Morse
machine of some sort but it was pretty garbled.
73, Zack W9SZ
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 4:02 AM, S56A <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> N6TJ wrote: You may rest assured I'll be changing speeds between test and
> call this November.
> Please beware that you would confuse a lot of code readers, wrong DX
> spots will follow adding to frustrating DUPE!
> R32K with zero Skimmer spots actually commited suicide. And some people
> wrote his callsign as R36K :-)
> 73 de Mario, S56A, N1YU
> P.S. Trust technology including drones :-(
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