Let's see if I have it right.
When I'm up to bat, I yell "N5RP up to bat"
After I hit the Ball, I yell "Ball hit ny N5RP"
Now, what do I do about my name?
Bob looks the same from the front to back as it does
from back to front.
Or does it?
I'm so confused.
When do I give out my call?
or is it
>From email@example.com (Atilano de Oms Sobrinho) Fri Dec 29 14:40:54 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Atilano de Oms Sobrinho) (Atilano de Oms Sobrinho)
Subject: CQWW SSB AND CW FROM ZW5B
ZW5B, station from Araucaria Dx Group have been operated on
the CQWW contest SSB and CW.
SSB - Operated by PY5EG (OMS) single band single op. 15 meters
QSOs PTs ZONES COUNTRIES SCORE
4438 13115 34 148 2.396.930
CW - Operated by LU6BEG single band single op. 15 meters
2983 36 131 1.476.113
Thanks to everybody
>From email@example.com (Bruce Makas ) Fri Dec 29 15:02:05 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bruce Makas ) (Bruce Makas )
Subject: computer hash
I am going to update the station. Is there a consensus of the quietest
computer to use for the station. The one I've got now is generally OK,
but even with toroids on everything the are some frequencies that are
noisy. Any ideas on the best make/model?
>From Larry Tyree <email@example.com> Fri Dec 29 15:05:51 1995
From: Larry Tyree <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Larry Tyree)
Subject: SPRINT PROTOCAL
It is very easy to remember when to give your call...
Give your call if you are ready for sprint pouncers to send you their call.
If I tune the band and hear someone sending their call and I need to work
you, I will send N6TR at you without hesitation.
So, if you put your call at the end of your exchange when you are turning
it over to someone for their exchange, you might have some QRM for a few
seconds with several people calling you.
Some contest software actually takes care of this for you and automatically
does the right thing.
73 Tree N6TR/7