[CQ-Contest] WAE QTC tactics
sm6lrr at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 01:10:09 EDT 2015
QTC? without a call from us EU is nothing bad at all. We have full control
of which stations that still have available QTC, so what's the point to
bother him or her with my call?
With RM2D, maybe not critical, but figure out how happy you would be when
being bothered by my old call....
QTC? DE R3/SM6LRR
Do you still want my call when I ask you for QTCs ?
73 de RM2D
On Wednesday, August 12, 2015, Katsuhiro Kondou <kondou at voyackey.net> wrote:
> In article <CABPfG-7u74sX02gY5PPdV_WsXcu4znVkpGXmhaJSk13Kc=
> on "Tue, 11 Aug 2015 16:17:00 -0400";
> > I tend to go fast in general -- was typically CQing at 38-40 wpm. I was
> > surprised that quite a few did not ask for QRS on QTC -- in fact, did a
> > couple of QTCs at 42 wpm with no fills!! Some fine ops in Europe!!
> > However, if the caller was sending slower, I would immediately QRS.
> I didn't QRS even if her/he was sending slower, since her/he should know
> my speed and didn't ask QRS. But, I slowed down when her/he asked resend.
> > We ended up with two QTCs left. I guess this is somewhat typical.
> It depends on where you operate. From JA, it's not easy to exhaust all
> since low bands and 20m are almost down after 21Z. This time 67 out of
> were left.
> > Only complaint: if you're from Europe and you want QTCs, and you come by
> > frequency, dont send just QTC? without a call. It makes no sense -- I
> > have QTCs for you -- but I don't know if I don't have your call, and
> > therefore have to ask you for it. <Callsign> QTC? would be a much better
> > way of asking.
> I totally agree.
> Katsuhiro 'Don' Kondou, JH5GHM (JH1GBZ for contesting)
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