[CQ-Contest] please copy - question from new lister

Bob Naumann - N5NJ n5nj at gte.net
Thu Jun 27 13:28:51 EDT 2002

There are some books around, but the best way is to listen and emulate the
technique of those who do it right.

Listen on the air to many of the guys who are commenting about this here.
Find them on the air, work them (if appropriate for the particular contest),
then sit back and listen how it's done.

You won't learn anything by transmitting.


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Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 9:59 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] please copy - question from new lister

> Question from a newcomer to this list:
> Semi-experienced ham but newbie contester looking to participate cw/ssb in
> domestic/dx contests w/o picking up bad habits (e.g. "please copy").
> Are there any good books, FAQ's, etc. on contest practice & etiquette
> beyond the ARRL Operating Guide and the Sprint Contest internet article?
> 73
> Tim
> was KA3POY
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