Its not preferred but I will take it. I have their exchange and call,
I send my exchange, they say thanks and I say thanks, and its one in
the log. To each their own. 73 de wk6i jeff
ps: But please dont spell your state. And never ever send CALL IN OK.
On Sunday, July 17, 2011, <email@example.com> wrote:
> After my CQ, I noticed several stations answering with their call and their
> contest exchange on their first transmission. Several years ago I saw this
> develope in the early PSK contests, but didn't think much about it. I spent
> only about 4 hours (102 Qs) in the NAQP but saw enough instances of this
> "new" protocol to give it some thought. I would answer with my report but
> also would quickly remove the last callsign and <RXC> and hit my TU QRZ macro
> to hold frequency.
> Is this to be come the new and accepted protocol? I'll change my macros
> according if so. Just curious!
> Ed, AI6O
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