Software-wise, this could be done, I'm sure.
Operating-wise, this would be confusing and only slow you down, just as
Dale L. Martin wrote:
> Hi, David.
> Would you be increasing the opportunity for the caller to hear his/her
> incorrectly at the higher speed (at/above the caller's cw copying ability?)
> thus cause them to repeat their call unnessarily--at their 'slower'
> speed--wasting even more time?
> Just curious...
> dale, kg5u
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DAVID W WOOD <G3YXX@guildford-physio.demon.co.uk>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Date: Tuesday, December 28, 1999 13:01 PM
> Subject: [TRLog] speeding up callsign
> >Hello again
> >when specifying a message such as:
> >CQ EXCHANGE = 5NN^#
> >when a QSO is initiated the caller's call is automatically
> >included in the exchange.
> >does any way exist to speed up the sending of that call relative
> >to the chosen base speed?
> >if not? can this be considered Tree?
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