Joe wrote$B!D(B ... Hello Joe and glad you were listening during the Random Hour. These activity periods are excellent opportunities for newbies to join in.
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, Nov 2, 2003
>So, there IS hope with this mode
Hello Joe and glad you were listening during the Random Hour. These
activity periods are excellent opportunities for newbies to join in. Random
Hours provide an abundance of signals when a few stations participate. I will
listen for you and hope to see you on the Ping Jockey soon also making skeds.
By the way, if your not totally familiar with the procedures I would have been
listening Up 6KHz. (CQ U6 WA5UFH) So if you heard me on 50.260 I would have
been listening on 50.266MHz. Good luck and welcome aboard!!!
-----Original Message----- From: Joseph A. Counsil
[mailto:counsil@...] Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2003
3:37 PM To: email@example.com Subject: [wsjtgroup] Re: 10/25/03
Random Hour Summary
I am new to WSJT modes, but copied my first solid
signal from WA5UFH on 25 October (after several weeks of attempting
to copy signals):
152301 2.0 80 2
16 2 WA5UFH,CQ U6 W
I was slow in attempting to call back, so called
CQ a few times. Apparently, my CQ was at least partially copied
(the "KO0Z ????" mentioned below). So, there IS hope with
this mode! Ha, ha!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bruce Brackin
<bbrackin@b...> wrote: >
---------------------------------------------------- > 10/25/2003 Random Hour Summary > ... > Heard >
W1IPL, W5SNX, WD4KPD, AF40 and decoded KO0Z ???? > WW2R - Tried N5OSK 0 no joy.
Heard WA5UFH and AA9MY. >