The most important thing in the CQ is your call. I think you should send it
twice. I don't think you should send test twice and CQ TEST is redundant! :-)
I also don't think the S&P station needs to send TU.
Thanks for the QSO in the CQ 160!
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Pete Smith <email@example.com> wrote:
I'm a sucker for a good hypothetical, Joe. Here's how I think it should go: CQ
TEST N4ZR TEST P5AL P5AL 5NN WV TU 5NN 100 TU N4ZR 73, Pete N4ZR The World
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spots at telnet.reversebeacon.net, port 7000 On 2/1/2011 10:36 AM, Joe wrote: >
This was lightly touched on a while ago. But today it got me to > thinking.
What is the best exchange out there? > > I mean really, what now days do you
expect to hear so you can maximize > your ability to copy the information, and
make max QSO rates? > > I remember the conversation here about none of the not
needed "Thank > You" or "Please Copy" stuff on Phone. > > And I remember in the
70's on CW the BK was sent at the end of every > transmission to let the other
station know it's being turned over to > them now. > > Like sent in CW "K9XYZ
UR 5NN WI BK" > > I can't remember the last time
a BK, > > Or like in Field Day as an example in the 70's again, Like the end of
a > contact would have been something like > > "K9XYZ RR TU QRZ FD DE WB9SBD K
> > I know nothing like this happens anymore. > > So say with the up coming
ARRL CW DX Contest, the exchange is, > > W/VE: RST + (state/province) >
non-W/VE: RST + power > > Whats everyone thoughts of what you would wish
everyone would use as a > format on a typical QSO? > > I'm curious to see the
possible wide variances of what people would like > to hear. > > Joe
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