Hamsphere QSL cards

Thursday, August 3, 2017

FØDUW est QRV en CW mais tres QRS


A 10 mots minutes avec le souris de mon PC et le CW player de HamSpere 4.0, j'ai compris le debut le l'indicatif GØ et en regardant le cluster j'ai vu l'indicatif complet dont cela m'a beaucoup aidé !
Merci a F5JFT mon prof de CW mais j'ai oublié plein de lettres. Je dois m'entrainer avec le CW player pour essayer de faire le contest CW de HamSphere du 2 Septembre prochain.

https://hamspheref0duw.blogspot.fr/2017/07/cw-contest-2017-on-hamsphere-40.html

Station 1:  QRZ  CQWW de W3JJH K

Station 2  W3JJH DE KC4AAA KN

Station 1:  KC4AAA DE W3JJH 5NN KN

Station 2:  DE KC4AAA QSL 5NN PSE CPY 5NN KN

Station 1:  DE W3JJH QSL 5NN QRZ CQWW DE W3JJH K

5NN is shorthand for 599, the signal report.   Note the use of the prosign KN when a response from a specific station is desired instead of K for a general "go ahead" to any station"

http://www.eham.net/ehamforum/smf/index.php?topic=30416.0

Here is a typical contest exchange with sequence numbers:
“RA1ABC” (Russian station ready for the next call) “W4PHS” (I offer my call sign) “W4PHS copy 59 2107” (He acknowledges me and gives his signal report and number) “W4PHS, QSL, copy 59 147” (I acknowledge with my signal report and number) “RA1ABC” (He is ready for the next call)
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Be succinct – Don‟t waste time with extraneous information in contests. If the exchange is a signal report and sequence number, then give only that. Don‟t give your name, QTH, equipment, weather report, or anything else. When making a call, give only your call sign; do not give the call sign of the station you‟re trying to work.