[CQ-Contest] Callsign Advantages

James Neiger n6tj at sbcglobal.net
Tue Mar 11 17:01:38 EST 2003

Interesting note, Don.  However, I must say I haven't had too much trouble
with ZD8Z, some hundreds of kiloQSO's later.  Phone or code.  The mistakes
rarely come from the "ZED"; rather it's some folks trying to put me on St.
Helena or Tristan............

Nah, I think I'll keep it.

Jim  N6TJ/ZD8Z

----- Original Message -----
From: <K4BEV at aol.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 5:36 AM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Callsign Advantages

> I've seen several posts on this topic recommending Zulu as a good letter
> have in your call.
> I don't like to even think about how many times I had to repeat Zulu -
> - Zanzibar on phone! If I got through 3 QSOs without repeating it
> several times!!) I felt good. And I try REALLY hard to enunciate and speak
> clearly, btw.
> Now that I rarely do phone contests I get to correct k4beu to k4beV V V a
> couple of times a cw contest.... Nothing like that darned Z on phone
> I rarely have to repeat my call on phone anymore though...... Could be
that I
> should just go back to mainly phone contesting.................Nahhhhhhhhh
> 73, Don - K4BEV ex kf4ztj - NoMo ZZZs fer me
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