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[CQ-Contest] How did you sound in Moscow?

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Subject: [CQ-Contest] How did you sound in Moscow?
From: "Randy Thompson K5ZD" <k5zd@charter.net>
Reply-to: k5zd@charter.net
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2010 06:32:31 -0000
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Want to know how your signal sounded in Moscow during WRTC?  At least during
the time you worked R34P?

1. Go to http://www.k5zd.com/live/wrtc/index.php
2. Enter any call to get a list of QSOs.  (The call must exactly match what
we have in our log.)
3. Click on the download link to save or play the 1 minute audio snippet of
the QSO.

WRTC allowed two operators, but only one transmitted signal at a time.  The
audio recordings are in stereo and have one radio in each channel
(left/right).  You may want to listen with headphones to get the full effect
or use your mixer balance control to only play one channel at a time.  K5ZD
is always the operator on the left channel.  W2SC is always the operator on
the right.

If you want to hear longer segments of audio, visit
http://www.k5zd.com/live/wrtc2010/index.html  There you can find 1 hour mp3
files of the entire contest and a complete log.

I have to thank Wayne, W5XD, the creator of WriteLog software, for
developing the log search and audio player. It is always fun to hear how
your signal sounds at the other end and this new capability makes it even


Randy, K5ZD

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