Yes, these ideas kind of fall into "enhanced bandscope" ideas. But is a
computer telling you if a band is open (without you ever listening there)
"assisted"? I could get that same information from a packet network.
As a followup:
4) If #3 works (ID'ing stations who are cqing based on them keeping a constant
Need to find a frequency to call cq on? Just ask the software to list the
biggest "holes" between cq'ing stations. Push a button to go to the middle of
the clearest hole and call cq. Now that would be useful! :)
-------------- Original message from "Tod -ID" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: --------------
> Some really interesting ideas Tor and a pleasant change in discussion
> I know you pass Randy's contesting activity test because I do find you in my
> contest log a bunch of times over the past five years unlike W4TV who I have
> never managed to work yet. I am pretty sure that is because he is a DX
> Contest op and probably sits out the domestic contests, however.
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