[CQ-Contest] cqww cw spotting report
nss at mwt.net
Fri Dec 3 07:10:52 PST 2010
The main reason i was asking this is most contests lately i'm just in
there to give away points and or look for new states, countries, etc.
Which would be no problem except I'm running an old Kenwood TS430S which
is NOT controllable by the computer, so when i change bands by typing
in say 14200 into the window it indeed does change the logging, but if
when S&P ing everyone I work will be spotted on 14200 regardless where
they really were. That would be a super mess.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 12/3/2010 2:02 AM, Jim Smith wrote:
> Hi Joe
> You can set N1MM to never spot any stations automatically. You can
> still spot individual stations if you want to. (The<Spot It> button in
> the entry window or, I think, CTRL-P)
> 73, Jim Smith VE7FO
> On 12/2/2010 7:27 AM, Joe wrote:
>> I am new to all this spotting stuff.
>> But when someone is running a freq, say as the below example, LZ9W. and
>> someone K9XYZ comes and works him, and his program is set to spot all
>> S&P contacts, doesn't then LZ9W get spotted every time someone works
>> him? I mean that would be several spottings a minute.
>> So, Why would anyone need to have a cheerleader pushing them?
>> Can say in N1MM can the spotting system be set up to show the spots,
>> but when the person works the spot it is not spotted to the system? To
>> lower the level of spots sent to the system?
>> Just wondering,,
>> Old school contester here
>> Paper logs and dupe sheets and no clusters or anything like that so
>> just trying to learn the 20th century stuff.
>> Joe WB9SBD
>> The Original Rolling Ball Clock
>> Idle Tyme
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