From: Warren E. Lewis (email@example.com)
----- Johnson Russ writes -----
> ----Warren E. Lewis writes-----
> .. Doesn't seem like many folks know how to
> .. zero beat either.
> Thats one of the tricks, with QRP sounding different often helps!
I don't mean a 100-200Hz off....we had people trying to
call us close to 500Hz off frequency. And we had other folks
calling another station running rate on our frequency and we were
about 750Hz away from them. On a crowded band it is very
difficult when you get called so far off frequency! Alot of
times we just gave up on them and hoped that they would figure
it out and move some so we didn't have to try and copy them under
someone else's keying.
cheers - Warren
-- Warren E. Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org Technical Support Division (919) 677-8001 x6542 SAS Institute Inc. PP-ASEL Cary, NC AD4ZE DOD#0021
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