[Trlog] Runaway WPM Speed With Auto-CQ

Jim Smith jimsmith at shaw.ca
Thu Jan 8 14:07:25 EST 2004

I have found the same problem, even with the same number of ^F and ^S so 
I have given up trying to change the speed of parts of the message.

If any of you are able to use this speed change technique successfully, 
how about posting the contents of the message memory so I can see if it 
works for me.   

One thing I would really like to be able to do is have a message which 
sends CQ at my normal speed but sends my call slower for when cndx are 
difficult or I want to attract callers who (as I used to) have 
difficulty with typical contest speeds.

I think there's more to this than balancing ^F and ^S

73 de Jim Smith   VE7FO

K4RO Kirk Pickering wrote:

>You need to balance each ^F with a ^S, so that they 
>cancel each other out before the message is repeated.
>-Kirk  K4RO
>On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 06:31:38PM -0800, Eric Hilding wrote:
>>I just tried out the Auto-CQ (ALT + Q) function, but each
>>time it repeats, the WPM speed also increases.
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