[Trlog] Getting back on the air

Pete Smith n4zr at contesting.com
Tue Jan 27 13:52:20 EST 2004

At 10:39 AM 1/27/04 -0800, Fred Jensen wrote:
>I tried it all out in the Jan NAQP SSB after carefully planning and
>recording all the messages.  The only one I ended up using was the CQ.
>I could question the whole effort since I'm not fond of phone contests
>in the first place, but I learned a few things and ended up with some
>really cool sound editing software on the Windoze machine.  YMMV
>SBDVP does work very well and is a neat little piece of software.

One thing that isn't well documented is that SBDVP integrates very well 
with TR.  This means, for example, that it's not just for CQ-ing.  Type in 
someone's callsign, voice the callsign and hit [enter] and it will send the 
rest of the exchange.  Copy your exchange and hit [enter} again and it 
sends your QRZ message.  In S&P, in a contest that doesn't use serial 
numbers, it's quite possible to have many QSOs without EVER having to voice 
anything yourself.

73, Pete N4ZR
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