Re: PW0T PSK
Sean \(G4UCJ\) <g4ucj.shack@...>
Hi Duncan et al, yep it's the same wherever and whatever mode! Being mainlytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
(dare I say this on here?) a CW op, I find exactly the same thing-the really
confusing one is when the DX listens DOWN (that is a concept a lot of DXers
haven't grasped!). Perhaps now would be a good time to remind PSK op's just
how to operate split frequency as it seems to confuse a lot of stations-the
programs don't seem to be very intuitive in that respect (well not when you
migrate from CW!). I would appreciate a refresher so that I don't join the
lid brigade and get chased by the "band police".
73 Sean Gilbert, G4UCJ
County Morse Examiner
----- Original Message -----
From: "Duncan" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Rod" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 12:03 PM
Subject:  PW0T PSK
de Jungle Telegraphmade 57 psk
QSOs. They will probably not use this mode again, because the 'operators'will not
obey the Trindade and work the split frequency.he called
further up the frequency. The QSO 'rate' was so poor, because of this,that many
will now miss out.called
ME! Dammit! Please PSKers learn to operate correctly Please! Prettyplease!
The secret to 'DXing' is to listen (watch your screen), and listen, (watchyour screen)
and keep doing that until you KNOW what is going on! Then pick a clearfrequency
and use Your call sign, not the DX callsign.... They actually know theirown callsign....When
you call use your own call no more than 3 times and then put KN KN...Thismeans you
are inviting only the DX station to call you, if he sees your trace in theclear.
PW0T only requires an RST from you, and your correct callsign...and thatis ALL!
They do NOT need to know that you have a 16 bit sound card, or yourname/QTH!
73s de <callsign>
K " on the second one...in the
listening frequency, that is where the others are all calling, switch tosplit VFO
and TX above the object station, or below as the case may be...You willknow that
when you watch the DX station's instructions!