[CQ-Contest] Re: [RTTY] CW/RTTY QRM Saturday evening

Larry L Lindblom llindblom at juno.com
Wed Jan 5 17:22:11 EST 2005

Dave, I know you are an SO2R pro so why not try to expand you skills to
include SO2R2M (Single Op two Radios 2 Modes) and play in both contests
at the same time.  That would definitely be a mind blower. 
Alternatively, after NAQP CQ finishes you can get on and still put about
18 or 20 hours into the RTTY RU;-)

73 Larry L


On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 14:01:50 -0700 "David Hachadorian" <K6LL at adelphia.net>
> The NAQP CW  and the RTTY Roundup contests are both 
> scheduled for this coming Saturday. With a lot of the 
> RTTY activity occuring around 7040, and the NAQP 
> suggested frequencies of around 7030, 40 meters has all 
> the potential of becoming a total zoo.
> The only hope I can see is for cw guys to use the lower 
> part of the band, down into the Extra Class portion, 
> and for the RTTY guys to stay as high as possible, 
> above 7080 for domestic QSO's, and above 7040 for DX.
> It's a shame that these two great contests got 
> scheduled for the same weekend. I would have loved to 
> enter both, but the January NAQP CW has got to be the 
> "funnest" contest of the year, so that's where I'll be.
> Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
> Yuma, AZ
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