[CQ-Contest] What's BUSTED ?
Bob Naumann - N5NJ
n5nj at gte.net
Mon Mar 6 17:08:23 EST 2000
I agree with Mike that this is a great convention that should be
adopted by all in the contest. Seeing AP9Z followed by AP9Z/Busted
was not only informative, but amusing too.
In this case, it was 8P9Z that was the actual DX station.
We were hooked up to a EU cluster via Internet most of the day
Saturday due to our local packet cluster being down due to a power
outage. It's very interesting to see things from the other side for a
change. There's also a ton of VHF/UHF/SHF activity over there.
Robert E. Naumann
N5NJ / V26O
N5NJ at arrl.net
Plano, TX USA
ex KR2J, V26RN, W6V, WA2OVE
----- Original Message -----
From: Gilmer, Mike <mgilmer at gnlp.com>
To: 'CQ-Contest' <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Monday, March 06, 2000 15:28
Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] [dx-list] What's BUSTED ?
> > I think somebody asked on the list over the weekend what
> > 'BUSTED' means on cluster spots. Saw a few people asking
> > on the cluster too. So here's the secret to BUSTED.....
> <big snip>
> > 73, Jim KH2D
> All this "nefarious" stuff aside, I found the fact that a
> appeared on the BandMap to be a great eye-opener. Typing BUSTED only
> the comments area is much less useful as it scrolls off the (usually
> or non-existent) packet window WAY too fast to notice.
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