From: chuck adams (email@example.com)
in pub/listserv/qrp-l/forms is a dupsheet dupsheet.ps
It has a grid of blocks with A-Z. So, if you should
happen to during the test work K5FO, then you write
K5FO in the F block. AA4EX in the E block, etc.
I did this puppy, so if you have room for improvement
have at it and let us know. The few blank blocks can
be used for DX or unusual calls or even notes to yourself
or Cam or whoever.
A call goes in the block corresponding to the first
letter AFTER the number in the call. Makes life
much simplier than having all the K#'s in the K block,etc.
You have a better chance of a uniform distribution using
the first letter after the # and not so much clumping
of calls into one block during a test. Write small
as it is only a 8.5"x11" form. I know you are going
to do several hundred contacts this weekend.
gl es dit dit
-- Chuck Adams (K5FO CP-60) firstname.lastname@example.org Box 181150, Dallas, TX 75218-8150
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