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  • Vlad_UA6JD
    Hello, Mike. double-clicking on a callsign in either one of the decoded text windows causes generate HF macros with DB level . Double-right-clicking does
    Message 1 of 8 , Nov 1, 2009
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      Hello, Mike.
      double-clicking on a callsign in
      either one of the decoded text windows causes
      generate HF macros with "DB" level .
      Double-right-clicking does also activates "Auto On".

      --
      Best regards
      73 Vlad UA6JD
      gadgets to your www.qrz.com
      examples http://www.qrz.com/db/ua6jd
      just double-click and install


      You wrote :
      > Hi group,

      > Well last night I worked one station on 160 meters.I am going to give it
      > another try tonight. I'll be CQing on 1835 KHZ USB JT65A at 0400 UTC. That
      > is one hour later than last night. I am still not totally familiar with the
      > HF protocol regarding signal reports. I know the report consists of the
      > "noise number" but I am a bit confused regarding the "RO" and "RRR" stuff
      > and the proper sequence that they are sent. Is "RO" used to acknowledge the
      > other stations signal report if so then what is the purpose of "RRR", or on
      > HF do I use them at all?

      >

      > Mike KL7AR
    • Vlad_UA6JD
      SORRY = CORRECT TEXT BELOW - DELETE MY PREVIOSLY E-MAIL Hello, Mike. double-right-clicking on a callsign in either one of the decoded text windows causes
      Message 2 of 8 , Nov 1, 2009
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        SORRY = CORRECT TEXT BELOW - DELETE MY PREVIOSLY E-MAIL
        Hello, Mike.
        double-right-clicking on a callsign in
        either one of the decoded text windows causes
        generate HF macros with "DB" level .
        Double-right-clicking does also activates "Auto On".

        --
        Best regards
        73 Vlad UA6JD
        gadgets to your www.qrz.com
        examples http://www.qrz.com/db/ua6jd
        just double-click and install


        You wrote :
        > Hi group,

        > Well last night I worked one station on 160 meters.I am going to give it
        > another try tonight. I'll be CQing on 1835 KHZ USB JT65A at 0400 UTC. That
        > is one hour later than last night. I am still not totally familiar with the
        > HF protocol regarding signal reports. I know the report consists of the
        > "noise number" but I am a bit confused regarding the "RO" and "RRR" stuff
        > and the proper sequence that they are sent. Is "RO" used to acknowledge the
        > other stations signal report if so then what is the purpose of "RRR", or on
        > HF do I use them at all?

        >

        > Mike KL7AR
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