[CQ-Contest] cut numbers
Paul J. Piercey
p.piercey at nl.rogers.com
Tue Jan 2 19:40:44 EST 2007
I use cut numbers in the RST only and I don't think they should be used in
any other part of a contest report.
It seems to me that any advantage gained in time by their use would be lost
in repeats with those who don't know what the hell they mean so why do
operators confuse matters and lull themselves into a false sense of security
by using cut numbers?
73 -- Paul VO1HE
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> During the SP I called a guy who gave me an EM2N report. So
> I gave him back an ENNA report. And again. And again. Then
> I tried EN 91 and it got through.
> I did notice that EN was often interpreted as R. So it is a
> good idea to make the S&P response as "TU EN 91" rather than
> just "EN 91".
> 73 - Jim K8MR
> "You're ENN IN ENNA"
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