Date   

TI9M

N3DQU@...
 

TI9M is on 14.085 RTTY...N3DQU


Re: PW0T

kf7qz <kf7qz@...>
 

Lid List and was going to put it oout on here, but if I did, I'd
have to put
the PW0T op at the top of it!

Maybe they should call Bill and ask his advice.

73 de Jay - AA8QQ
Hear that, thats the best way to ruin your pile is to ignore your own
rules. Gads Im missing the two biggest countries on PSK cause I cant
find a stupid connector (New IC706MK2G and ACC is 13 pin vs 8 for my
old 735)

Start Old Crumudgeon mode

Back in my day, when I was in the USN, I had the opportunity to be
DX in several countries, most notable VQ9RS (Sep-Dec 1980). When I
got on I would try to hold a qso with somebody before working the
masses. I would always have someone break in with their call while in
QSO. I would ask why he broke in, and would invariably get the "Well
I need VQ9 your 59 thanks" to which I would reply that he just landed
on the VQ9 Never to QSL list (We had one on the wall). Couple of
those and wouldnt have break ins after that :).


Consiquently as I ran the pileups I would stop and point out MY
rules. I stated that I had 10,000 plus QSLs and didnt need any, so if
you wanted to work me you would follow my rules to the letter or
you would wind up on "the List" and explain what that list was. I
would then say I want your call in full twice. Then if I got a
partial I would answer back with XX or QX or what ever. If I heard
anything else I would ask say KF8AAA you arnt XX you just lost a card.

Couple those and that nonsense stopped in a heart beat and I could
then run 6 a min if I really spun up. About every 10 - 15 mins I
would give a synopsis of my rules. As far as the net cops, well I
would mention those and If they were persistant I would just say the
Net cops are causing me to QRT, BYE. And I would either shut it off or
move bands. Even they disappeared after a while, cause I ran a tight
ship. I thought it went well, and I got quite a rep on the air :). I
had a few guys write my QSL Manager and plead their case but Lyle
(Lyle Meek N6BLN) would write back that rules were rules and No card
ment that no card. Out of 25000+ qso's I think I had 50 no cards in
my log. Most guys followed pretty good.

So yes, Unrulely pilups are a pain and annoying. But for me, I lay
the blame flat square on the DX station. Its their pile up and if they
would lay out simple rules, stick to them and Make it known that a
Card Deny list is avail and used the crap would stop ASAP.


Just my .02

Rick KF7QZ

PS, I wish I could go on one these things to see if I could still do
it :) :)


Re: TI9M

Steve W3HF
 

FWIW, it was Alan (I forget his call) that was operating PSK last night, not
Bill. It "only" took me three hours and forty minutes to break through the
pile, but then again I was QRP. :-) (I did have the big antenna here,
though.)

When I said "tnx Bill" he replied that it was "Alan, the other digimode op",
but he'd pass along my gratitude to Bill.

He also did a pretty good job of occasionally reminding everyone that he was
listening up, what that meant, and not replying to anyone who called on his
transmit freq.

73
Steve
W3HF

-----Original Message-----
From: Duncan [mailto:zl3jt@zfree.co.nz]
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 11:53 PM
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [070] TI9M


de Jungle Telegraph
I haved logged TI9M on PSK31....I NEED to SHOUT that one!
What a struggle...5 hours on the keyboard, and watching all the
'attempts'... through
QRM/QSB/QRN, pactor Amtor, CW even SSB...people calling me? People calling
on TI9M's
frequency...at 0500Z I was prepared to delete the mode out of my
computer....went
away for an hour...came back, TI9M still there fighting away...Bingo 3
calls, 3 repeats
of reports 3 times....Gosh Thanks Bill! You need a medal!
I vote Bill AK0A PSKer of the decade!
I now know why PW0T gave up.....don't blame them at all!
73s to all.... HE IS WORKING SPLIT, so watch what is happening before you
PTT, good
luck! You'll need it or a BIG amplifier and a 20 element yagi!


__________________________________________________
Advertise with ZFREE - to find out more click below
http://www.zfree.co.nz/about-us/advert.html


Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
the latest information on 070 Club activities.
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com or N3DQU@aol.com.



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/


MFSK16 on 40m

N3DQU@...
 

Hey, anyone out there wanna try some MFSK16 on 40m tonite? Listen for my
tweedles around 7086 hi! 73 de Jay N3DQU.


Re: TI9M (Was: PW0T PSK)

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Bill, 
 
Don't let the waterfall filled with calls throw you off.  I had the same thing last night and still got through.  Once I "bookmarked" his frequency and then "bookmarked one for myself, it was simply a matter of watching what he was doing and following the sequence.  As soon as he said "listening UP UP..." I switched to my bookmarled area and sent "TI9M de WB0DUL WB0DUL."   No "K" was sent as soon as his trace ended.  I stayed on the same spot and snagged him in 30 minutes and the competition was fierce. 
 
Just pick a spot a few cycles off his frequency and don't worry about anyone else.  He'll eventuall come back to you.  BTW, they will only be there thru Saturday, so if you want this one, you have to be persistent.  PSK is your salvation as opposed to SSB and CW where the pileups are gigantic.
 
Good luck.
 
73,
 
Dick - 070 # 180
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
To: 070@...
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 12:26 AM
Subject: Re: TI9M (Was: [070] PW0T PSK)

Costas,

I saw TI9M this evening too, but could not work him on 14
Mhz. Way too much competition!

At my location, the 14 Mhz passband looked quiet when I
first opened my waterfall.  I was making some notations,
and when I looked up, the waterfall was filled, wall to
wall with traces. The next time I looked, there were only
a couple. 

For a minute I thought there was a loose connection
somewhere in my antenna or audio feed! Then, after
copying some of the traces, I realized that nearly
everyone on 14.070 was trying to work TI9M, and was
responding to TI9M's advisory that he was working split,
and "listening UP UP pse K". The waterfall would fill
with traces in unison as soon as he stopped transmitting
and began selecting his next station.  Duncan's comments
about the importance of listening (or watching) and
figuring out what's going on became apparent....... It
was a thing of beauty!

Will try again later.

de Bill
KG6EXF
>
> Today TI9M (NA-012) tried 14070.5 with split operation. Very
> good operator. When facing problems with simples operation, he
> clearly stated that he listens 1 kHz up. Quite easy to raise
> them and have a QSO.
>
> Thanks guys (AD6E, AK0A, F5CWU, IK3RIY, IZ7ATN, KA0KKO,
> KI7WO, N4CD, N6KT, N7DF, PA3EWP, PA5ET, RK3AD, WS4Y and
> TI2HMG!)
>
> 73 Costas SV1XV

>
>
>  +------------------------------------------------------------+
>  | Costas Krallis SV1XV      *   LOC KM18UA                   |
>  | P.O.Box 3066              *   E-Mail: sv1xv@...        |
>  | GR-10210 Athens           *   PGP key: 0x3BDBBC34          |
>  | GREECE                    *   http://www.qsl.net/sv1xv/    |
>  |                           *   http://w4u.eexi.gr/~sv1xv/   |
>  +------------------------------------------------------------+
>
>
>
>    Check out the 070 Club website at
> < http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
> the latest information on 070 Club activities.
>   To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> 070-unsubscribe@... or N3DQU@....
>

>
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
>
>


   Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
the latest information on 070 Club activities.
  To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@... or N3DQU@....



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.


Re: TI9M

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Hi Chris...
 
I finally captured TI9M at 0548 UTC on 2/28/02.  He was on 20 meters and a very smooth operator.  I was beginning to think I'd never get him, but when I checked the band last night before hitting the sack, I saw he was on and decided to stay up until I snagged him.  It took me a half hour, but it finally happened. 
 
What I found strange is the fact that after he would acknowledge a contact & give a report, he would say "QRZ de TI9M listening UP UP Pse K" and there were still stations trying to call him on his transmitting frequency.  Makes you wonder. 
 
Anyway, glad you snagged the Island. 
 
73,
Dick
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 5:49 AM
Subject: [070] TI9M

Just worked TI9M on 20M. He is listening up about 1 Khz. Lots of JA and US stations now.
 
Chris KC8LJN


   Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
the latest information on 070 Club activities.
  To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@... or N3DQU@....



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.


Re: PW0T

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 2/28/2002 1:28:26 PM Eastern Standard Time, AA8QQJMauch@... writes:


The PW0T op kept saying UP UP
or DOWN DOWN, then, ignoring the ops following his directions, continuously
answered stations who called on his TX freq. 


   Yeah, I was surprised to hear him doing that too...best way to screw up control over any pileup! Jay N3DQU.


PW0T

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Hi All,
Maybe someone can answer this question. I was listening to PW0T on 10
meters. (Ok, I was trying to work him too). The PW0T op kept saying UP UP
or DOWN DOWN, then, ignoring the ops following his directions, continuously
answered stations who called on his TX freq. How in the name of the Prop
gods can you control a pile up doing this? I was sitting there making up a
Lid List and was going to put it oout on here, but if I did, I'd have to put
the PW0T op at the top of it!

Maybe they should call Bill and ask his advice.

73 de Jay - AA8QQ


TI9M

John Durbin <durbinsjz@...>
 

Just worked TI9M on 20M. He is listening up about 1 Khz. Lots of JA and US stations now.
 
Chris KC8LJN


TI9M

Duncan <zl3jt@...>
 

de Jungle Telegraph
I haved logged TI9M on PSK31....I NEED to SHOUT that one!
What a struggle...5 hours on the keyboard, and watching all the 'attempts'... through
QRM/QSB/QRN, pactor Amtor, CW even SSB...people calling me? People calling on TI9M's
frequency...at 0500Z I was prepared to delete the mode out of my computer....went
away for an hour...came back, TI9M still there fighting away...Bingo 3 calls, 3 repeats
of reports 3 times....Gosh Thanks Bill! You need a medal!
I vote Bill AK0A PSKer of the decade!
I now know why PW0T gave up.....don't blame them at all!
73s to all.... HE IS WORKING SPLIT, so watch what is happening before you PTT, good
luck! You'll need it or a BIG amplifier and a 20 element yagi!


__________________________________________________
Advertise with ZFREE - to find out more click below
http://www.zfree.co.nz/about-us/advert.html


Re: TI9M (Was: PW0T PSK)

Bills4570@...
 

Costas,

I saw TI9M this evening too, but could not work him on 14
Mhz. Way too much competition!

At my location, the 14 Mhz passband looked quiet when I
first opened my waterfall. I was making some notations,
and when I looked up, the waterfall was filled, wall to
wall with traces. The next time I looked, there were only
a couple.

For a minute I thought there was a loose connection
somewhere in my antenna or audio feed! Then, after
copying some of the traces, I realized that nearly
everyone on 14.070 was trying to work TI9M, and was
responding to TI9M's advisory that he was working split,
and "listening UP UP pse K". The waterfall would fill
with traces in unison as soon as he stopped transmitting
and began selecting his next station. Duncan's comments
about the importance of listening (or watching) and
figuring out what's going on became apparent....... It
was a thing of beauty!

Will try again later.

de Bill
KG6EXF


Today TI9M (NA-012) tried 14070.5 with split operation. Very
good operator. When facing problems with simples operation, he
clearly stated that he listens 1 kHz up. Quite easy to raise
them and have a QSO.

Thanks guys (AD6E, AK0A, F5CWU, IK3RIY, IZ7ATN, KA0KKO,
KI7WO, N4CD, N6KT, N7DF, PA3EWP, PA5ET, RK3AD, WS4Y and
TI2HMG!)

73 Costas SV1XV



+------------------------------------------------------------+
| Costas Krallis SV1XV * LOC KM18UA |
| P.O.Box 3066 * E-Mail: sv1xv@eexi.gr |
| GR-10210 Athens * PGP key: 0x3BDBBC34 |
| GREECE * http://www.qsl.net/sv1xv/ |
| * http://w4u.eexi.gr/~sv1xv/ |
+------------------------------------------------------------+



Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
the latest information on 070 Club activities.
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com or N3DQU@aol.com.



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/


Re: TI9M (Was: PW0T PSK)

Alan M. Eshleman <doctore@...>
 

Thanks for the pointer! It took me only about 10 minutes to break through
the EU pile with my 50 watts. The dual channel mode with Digipan makes
split very easy. It'll be a while before we get a chance to work this
entity on PSK.

73,

Alan/K6SRZ


TI9M (Was: PW0T PSK)

Costas Krallis SV1XV <sv1xv@...>
 

Today TI9M (NA-012) tried 14070.5 with split operation. Very
good operator. When facing problems with simples operation, he
clearly stated that he listens 1 kHz up. Quite easy to raise
them and have a QSO.

Thanks guys (AD6E, AK0A, F5CWU, IK3RIY, IZ7ATN, KA0KKO,
KI7WO, N4CD, N6KT, N7DF, PA3EWP, PA5ET, RK3AD, WS4Y and
TI2HMG!)

73 Costas SV1XV



+------------------------------------------------------------+
| Costas Krallis SV1XV * LOC KM18UA |
| P.O.Box 3066 * E-Mail: sv1xv@eexi.gr |
| GR-10210 Athens * PGP key: 0x3BDBBC34 |
| GREECE * http://www.qsl.net/sv1xv/ |
| * http://w4u.eexi.gr/~sv1xv/ |
+------------------------------------------------------------+


PODXS-DPX Award

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Again we have another successful applicant for this prestigious, coveted award :)
 
Many congratulations to our own 070 member, Dieter Zimmerman DL2RR who has successfully claimed both his MIXED and RTTY DPX Awards.  Good job!  Ernie


Re: PW0T PSK

DL2AYL@...
 

Just worked PW0T in RTTY on 15 meters..I called him in the range of my
passband, got him after two calls.
But higher were a lot of stations piling on each other.
73's Erika/DL2AYL


Re: PW0T PSK

Sean \(G4UCJ\) <g4ucj.shack@...>
 

Hi Costas, I gave up dx-ing on SSB years ago for the same reason. I now use
CW for all the DX - I have the PW0, the S07, the VP8G and some of the other
recents running just 30w to either a vertical or an indoor dipole. It is so
much easier on CW and I guess RTTY/digimodes as well. The beauty is that a
little goes a long, long way. Not all of us are kW and yagi stations but a
bit of persistence and skill, with a large helping of good fortune can make
us competitive.

Throw the mike away!!

73 Sean Gilbert, G4UCJ Member: IPRE, RSGB, RSARS, FISTS, GWQRP, PODXS 070's
County Morse Examiner
Email: g4ucj.shack@ntlworld.com
AX25: g4ucj@gb7imk.#43.gbr.eu
TCP/IP: 44.131.160.74 (when it works)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Costas Krallis SV1XV" <sv1xv@eexi.gr>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Re: PW0T PSK


At 08:22 26/2/2002 +0100, you wrote:

The problem with the split operation is that some hams simply don't
listen
or read what the dx-station is telling.
Some of the dx op's make things worse.. just saw on 20 meters TI9M
asking
for calls up up... but taking also on calls on his own frequency.
Erika, an additional issue is to define reasonable shifts for "UP"
(split frequency) for PSK-31. For CW it is 2-4 kHz, for SSB 5-10 kHz.
These are based on IF filter bandwidths. Given the way PSK-31 software
works, I think UP should be something like 0.5 - 1.5 kHz. Any other
views?

BTW I feel very unhappy about my performance in the pile-ups
for the current DX-peditions (TI9M and PW0T). I consider giving
up SSB DX altogether and concentrating to RTTY and PSK-31. Ham
radio is supposed to be fun, not a nerve breaking ordeal.

Costas SV1XV




+------------------------------------------------------------+
| Costas Krallis SV1XV * LOC KM18UA |
| P.O.Box 3066 * E-Mail: sv1xv@eexi.gr |
| GR-10210 Athens * PGP key: 0x3BDBBC34 |
| GREECE * http://www.qsl.net/sv1xv/ |
| * http://w4u.eexi.gr/~sv1xv/ |
+------------------------------------------------------------+



Check out the 070 Club website at
< http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > for
the latest information on 070 Club activities.
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
070-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com or N3DQU@aol.com.



Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/


Re: PW0T PSK

Costas Krallis SV1XV <sv1xv@...>
 

At 08:22 26/2/2002 +0100, you wrote:

The problem with the split operation is that some hams simply don't listen
or read what the dx-station is telling.
Some of the dx op's make things worse.. just saw on 20 meters TI9M asking
for calls up up... but taking also on calls on his own frequency.
Erika, an additional issue is to define reasonable shifts for "UP"
(split frequency) for PSK-31. For CW it is 2-4 kHz, for SSB 5-10 kHz.
These are based on IF filter bandwidths. Given the way PSK-31 software
works, I think UP should be something like 0.5 - 1.5 kHz. Any other
views?

BTW I feel very unhappy about my performance in the pile-ups
for the current DX-peditions (TI9M and PW0T). I consider giving
up SSB DX altogether and concentrating to RTTY and PSK-31. Ham
radio is supposed to be fun, not a nerve breaking ordeal.

Costas SV1XV




+------------------------------------------------------------+
| Costas Krallis SV1XV * LOC KM18UA |
| P.O.Box 3066 * E-Mail: sv1xv@eexi.gr |
| GR-10210 Athens * PGP key: 0x3BDBBC34 |
| GREECE * http://www.qsl.net/sv1xv/ |
| * http://w4u.eexi.gr/~sv1xv/ |
+------------------------------------------------------------+


Re: PW0T PSK

bernie_kf4fhs <kf4fhs@...>
 

Thanks Guys, for the pointers on operating split frequencies.
I have never worked a station using "split", and if I am ever lucky
enough to stumble across one, maybe I won't be the scourge of
the waterfall :-)

Thanks Again & 73,
Bernie / KF4FHS


Great Lakes QSO Party

N3DQU@...
 

Anyone planning on working the Great Lakes QSO Party on March 9? This
event is sponsored by the Michigan DX Association, the outfit who sponsored
the PSK31 Deathmatch (geez, what a name!)...Anyway, modes for the Great Lakes
QSO Party are CW, Phone and Digital (RTTY or PSK31)...Check out the rules at <
http://www.geocities.com/mdxa1/qsoparty.html > ...Mults are the states and
provinces surrounding the Great Lakes...sounds interesting! 73 de Jay N3DQU.


Re: PW0T PSK

DL2AYL@...
 

The problem with the split operation is that some hams simply don't listen
or read what the dx-station is telling.
Some of the dx op's make things worse.. just saw on 20 meters TI9M asking
for calls up up... but taking also on calls on his own frequency.
Have worked him two days ago, but he didn't get my call correct and I had no
chance to correct him because abot ten stations started to call him on my
frequency before we had finished...
73's Erika/DL2AYL