From: Monte Stark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Just a last reminder......
Tonight, at 0200z to 0400z, I will be Foxing at about 7043.
I will send the exchange in the following manor.....
<your call> RST NAME STATE QRP-L NUMBER <your call> BT
Sending your call at both ends of the exchange should help
you to be sure it was your call you thought you heard at the
front of the exchange! There are often still stations calling
when I start the exchange. Hope this helps cut down on the
I will varry the speed to match the conditions. If the pile up
falls off, I'll slow down. Otherwise, I'll run at about 25wpm.
If your CW is not up to that speed, just ask me to QRS.
But as we all know, you just gotta reach out if you are gonna
get faster! Listen to the exchange a few times. I'll bet you
will be able to copy it!
For QSO #100, I'll buy a steak at the Carson Nuggett!
cu all tonight, 7043 plus or minus QRM.
73, Ron, SOWP 5545M,
..........KU7Y.....ARCI #8829.....Monte "Ron" Stark.....
.....email@example.com...........Washoe Lake, Nevada....
.....QRP-L #17...ARS #49...NorCal #330.....NRA LIFE.....
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