[CQ-Contest] ARRL CW DX, J6DX Pwr??

George Harlem W1EBI w1ebi at lightband.com
Sun Feb 22 22:12:30 EST 2004

What you heard was "5NNNN" for 599 99.  One guy sent sent "5nnnnn" for
599 99, another sent "5NN 73"--but who measures output power to that
precision :-)

George W1EBI

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Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 10:05 PM
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Subject: [CQ-Contest] ARRL CW DX, J6DX Pwr??

I wonder if someone who correctly copied J6DX's power could pass it on
to me.  What I heard was 5NNCC but don't know what the CC means.  Not
just my ears, another op in CA told me via email that's what he was
hearing also.  Don't know if their keyer was chopping up something or
if it's a new (to me) code.
I didn't make enough Q's or points to think about an award, I just
want to be sure they don't get a busted contact on my account if I
don't log the correct power.
TIA & 73
                                     Alan Zack
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                         Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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