xdavid at cis-broadband.com
Mon Aug 16 13:52:02 PDT 2010
Some probably think that it will give them special preference in a
pileup. Some probably think that it helps to validate their QSO as
being made with 5 watts or less. Some probably think that the other
station is more likely to QSL. Some probably think that it gives them
bragging rights on frequency to be able to bust the pileup with 5
watts. All are mistaken.
When I'm running in a contest, the guys who insist upon signing /QRP go
to the back of the bus right along with the guys who send partial callsigns.
On 8/16/2010 1:08 PM, Tom Osborne wrote:
> If a station is really having problems copying your signal, and you're
> really weak, why hang the /QRP on the end of your call.
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