[RTTY] Bad mistake - Sorry
susan.k5du at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 19:04:59 PDT 2010
And after I told Dick that it was no big problem, I did it myself. Bad me.
But now I am in his RTTY log.
On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 12:13 AM, Andrei Stchislenok <asnp3d at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey Dick, I am with you, not to worry. You realized your mistake, this is
> As a matter of fact, there was such a mess while folks called PJ4D, I doubt
> if you did a big troubles for others. I personally, did not see you typing
> on PJ4D freq. I spent an hour on his frequency before I got him, that was a
> No big deal Dick, God Bless.
> 73's Andrei NP3D (worked PJ4D - did not see KS0M:))
> 2010/10/12 Tom Osborne <w7why at frontier.com>
> > Boy, think I may have done that once. Or twice, or maybe even three
> > :-) Not to worry. 73 and go get 'em. 73
> > Tom W7WHY
> > Last evening I made a bad operating mistake and caused QRM on the
> > of PJ4D, 40 meters, RTTY. I was shocked to find out I was not split and
> > calling on his frequency. My thanks to the ham in California that called
> > and told me I was not split. I try to be a good operator and play by the
> > rules.
> > I have chased DX since 1979 and I have 336 of the 338 countries
> > Last evening I thought I had a power problem. I moved down off the DX
> > frequency, changed to CW and simplex. After finding the problem I went
> > to the PJ4D frequency, changed to LSB, and thought I set the split.
> > Evidently
> > I did not do that. It was a stupid cockpit error and I apologize to all I
> > interfered with. Sometimes my old brain just does not compute very well.
> > Lesson learned to be more careful take a closer look at the rig and not
> > take
> > anything for granted.
> > 73 Dick KS0M
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> 73's Andrei
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