Not directly Sprint-related, but you might consider
working all dupes(as I do).
In addition to the other benefits, it frees up another
function key for programming.
--- "Jim White, K4OJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ...funny how things work - while I do not do as Jim
> does, the F7 key for
> me frequently is programmed with "pse QSY nw"
> ...hee hee
> guess a question mark is low on the totem as far as
> being needed :-)
> Jimk8mr@aol.com wrote:
> > In a message dated 1/27/04 8:08:07 PM Pacific
> Standard Time,
> > jpotter@JoiMail.com writes:
> >> Also, I was
> >>wondering if I could get a few suggestions for
> setting up the function keys
> >>for the sprint especially with the qsy rule.
> > I've never really tried the Sprint Logic function,
> but I'm not real keen on
> > keys that send different messages at different
> times. So I set up my CW
> > memories as follows:
> > 1. CQ NA K8MR NA
> > 2. DE K8MR NR # JIM OH
> > 3. K8MR NA
> > 4. K8MR
> > 5. (Other Guys Call)
> > 6. QSO B4 K8MR NA
> > 7. @ TU NR # JIM OH K8MR
> > So when I've called a guy and logged his exchange,
> I hit F7 and its all done.
> > When a guys answers my CQ, I hit insert as
> > The F3 memory get used after an exchange when I
> will get the frequency. But
> > first pause a second, because often guys will call
> as soon as the other guy
> > QSLs. (Or sooner :-< ). When I'm leaving the
> frequency, and want to QSL, I
> > send "R" with the paddle. The F3 memory can also
> be used as an extra short CQ.
> > In fact in nearly every contest, I set up the F7
> key as an S&P Exchange, i.e.
> > "TU 5NN OH".
> > 73 - Jim K8MR
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