Either that, or someone else was pirating his call.
That's one thing wrong with the "courtesy" feature of packet, which I
think was initially set up so if you wanted to give credit for the
spot to someone else, you could use his callsign for the spotter as a
courtesy. But it's been abused.
The "humorous" abuses such as posting spots from AP1RIL on April 1,
and GH0ST, GH0UL etc. on Halloween I can live with, even get a chuckle
from. The malicious stuff we can all can do without.
73, Zack W9SZ
On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 12:54 PM, Glenn Wyant <email@example.com> wrote:
> VE7"KFM" and KF8O
> have had an on-going battle on 14275 for years
> They are both anti-contesting
> I would suspect that one of these folks was behind this.
> Glenn va3dx
>> A check of the RAC database shows that VE7FKM is not an issued callsign.
>> My feeling is that whoever did this spotting did so maliciously. Someone
>> much better equipped than me can trace the source.
>> Al, VE1AL
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