Re: RTTY EXchanges
My suggestion would be to "run" a frequency (call CQ) and also do some "search & pounce" (spin the dial) to pick up those stations which run frequencies and don't search & pounce. I've used this method in past and it seems to work well.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
--- On Sun, 2/24/13, RobertJ <shopr3@...> wrote:
From: RobertJ <shopr3@...>
Subject:  RTTY EXchanges
Date: Sunday, February 24, 2013, 11:30 AM
Armed with the suggestions obtained on earlier posts about brevity and form I jumped into the naqp rtty contest yesterday. My First attempt at rtty. Without the help provided by Joe and several others, I would not have stood a chance. Managed 67(raw count)on 15,20,40,80 with storm Q between me and east coast. Thanks to all.
NEW Question for the forum DO you think it is better to pick a gap and send cq s or slide the band?