"PQ" from VA2AM

WR3O at music-city.tdec.state.tn.us WR3O at music-city.tdec.state.tn.us
Fri Feb 3 15:24:43 EST 1995

In the 160 contest, VA2AM was sending "PQ" as his "state".

NA does not recognize this.  Is it the same as "QU"?  

What does "PQ" sand for?  Thanks.

73, Kirk WR3O

WR3O at music-city.tdec.state.tn.us

>From Hodge Thorgerson David Cameron-INBA <hodge at servidor.unam.mx>  Fri Feb  3 22:47:12 1995
From: Hodge Thorgerson David Cameron-INBA <hodge at servidor.unam.mx> (Hodge Thorgerson David Cameron-INBA)
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 1995 16:47:12 -0600 (CST)
Subject: The flap about call areas
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.91.950203164235.21707B-100000 at servidor>

As I see it, the flap about call areas is not just about contesting.  It
was nice back when that a K1 was in the northeast and a W0 was in the mid-
west.  Which way to point the beam for a DX station outside the country was
answered by that number.  Looking for S. Carolina?  It used to be alot rarer
and you worked W4s to land one.  It won't break my heart to completely lose
the signifigance of call districts, but they did serve some purpose...
73,  David Hodge   XE1/AA6RX

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