[CQ-Contest] SO2R trick

Randy Thompson k5zd at charter.net
Sat Nov 12 10:55:40 EST 2005

This is why the best place to practice/learn SO2R skills is in a RTTY
contest.  The exchanges tend to be longer so you really have to get the
timing and sequencing down.  But at the same time, since the computer is
doing the copying, that is one less thing you have to have your brain doing.

Randy, K5ZD

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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] SO2R trick
> In contests where the exchange is short, like CQWW and NAQP, 
> SO2R is much more manageable.  With contest with a longer 
> exchange and the potential for fills, stations will often CQ 
> into oblivion while making Qs with their main radio.
> Paul, K5AF
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