You'll also find all levels of SO2R'edness from making the occasional extra QSO
with the second radio to the full multitasking of the top guys who can maintain
a high rate with both radios. A good place to start is QRP where rates are
slow, no filters are needed and you can use SO2R to tee up S&P QSO's when it's
hard to beat the pack. Lots of fun.
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On Nov 28, 2012, at 11:38 AM, Joe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've been contesting since 1975.
> With various levels of activity as well as competitiveness too. Gone from
> just getting on to give out points during the last few hours of the test. to
> going all balls to the wall trying to win this thing levels even. And
> anywhere in-between.
> Now after a long lull in level I'm getting back into it again. And am having
> a blast. (except for the cut numbers he he he)
> But something interests me, that i never tried before, or for that matter a
> decade ago never even heard of.
> Is there any good videos, or webinars, that show this, and how it is supposed
> to actually work?
> Joe WB9SBD
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