RE: [wsjtgroup] Random hour suggestion
- Hi Scott,
No. When operating split using WSJT, I generally send "CQ U5 K4KO" on
the call frequency 50260 (or 144140) and listen at 50265 (or 144145).
Once I receive a ping on my listening frequency, I move my transmitting
frequency to the same, 50265 (or 144145). The only time I actually
operate split is when I am transmitting Tx6 (CQ U5 K4KO).
73 Greg K4KO
Tennessee QSO Party - September 10
From: Scott [mailto:acepilot@...]
Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2006 9:29 PM
To: Greg Tomerlin - K4KO
Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] Random hour suggestion
Do I understand you correctly? After initial contact, do you continue
to operate split throughout the remainder of the qso? If that is so, it
seems like it might be wasteful of bandwidth? You would be using 2-3
KHz of bandwidth and the other fellow would be using another 2-3 KHz,
for a total of 4-6 KHz for one qso?
Greg Tomerlin - K4KO wrote:
> Hello Bob,
> I know exactly what you mean, but your suggestion of running less than
> 200W is not the answer. I run 100W on 6M and 2M. I think my
> "neighbors" Charles AF4O and Damon WA4HFN run the same. I can copy
> of them and several other 9-area calls (Larry, WB9F / Marshall, W9RVG/
> ...) direct every Saturday morning. I can get perfect decodes fromK4AL
> with my antenna disconnected.and
> My solution, which is not a good one I'll admit, is to jump in there
> slug it out for those two hours. Sometimes it works, other times itthe
> does not. These last two weeks have been rough... not one RH QSO in
> log in four hours.
> Bob I'll gladly move to another frequency (I usually operate split
> anyway). I will also standby for the first half (or second half) of
> each RH each week and call CQ only during the other half if that will
> help. I'm flexible. Let me know.
> Btw, email to bobp+yahoo@... bounced. Otherwise, I would
> have sent this direct.