[Skimmertalk] stealth cq
n4lq at carolina.rr.com
Wed Dec 5 21:05:58 EST 2012
Thanks Bob. Those are good hints. I feel like there should be a way one
could avoid being spotted other than sending bad code. Skimmer copies pretty
well, even when swinging a lazy bug!
Someday we may have the "Do not Spot" list.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Wilson, N6TV" <n6tv at arrl.net>
To: "SkimmerTalk Reflector" <skimmertalk at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2012 7:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Skimmertalk] stealth cq
> There is no way to do this at the server, at present, though in theory one
> could create a "do not spot" list that the RBN servers respected.
> If you send the CQ at 35 WPM, and your callsign (only once) at only 20
> this will probably make it very difficult for CW Skimmer to spot you.
> If you run the CQ together CQCQ (no spaces) or send in a sloppy fashion,
> with the speed changing in the middle of your callsign, that may also
> You'll have to experiment to see what works "best" (or worst, depending on
> your point of view).
> Bob, N6TV
> On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 11:27 AM, Steve <n4lq at carolina.rr.com> wrote:
>> Lets say you are being pestered by someone who looks for your call on the
>> RB website and calls you ever time you call CQ, just for a "chat". Is
>> any way to temporarily block your own callsign for the evening to avoid
>> that individual? Believe me, it happens!
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