[CQ-Contest] Listen on 7205
Randy Thompson, K5ZD
k5zd at earthlink.net
Thu Nov 1 03:24:51 EST 2001
The solution is simple. The USA stations should send both calls when making
a QSO on 40 split. It only takes a few extra seconds for each QSO and
results in a much lower NIL rate!
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2001 17:11 PM
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Listen on 7205
> Hi Contesters,
> The CQWW SSB one of the best contest!
> The big problem with Eu-USA QSOs on 40 m that sometimes I didn't know how
> many other Eu station/s listen on "my" receiving freq yet. If I
> heard an USA
> callsign I made a QSO quickly, but how can I know from that USA station
> called me and not another Eu on that freq!?? I think that lots of Eu
> stations made "shade-QSOs"...
> Do you know any solution?
> CU in CQWW CW!
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