[OhQP-mail] [MRRC] K8MR/M first report
aa8ia at aa8ia.org
Sun Aug 29 01:45:54 EDT 2010
How stringent is the logging? I ask because the mobiles and rovers
sometimes signed /M or /R and then other ones would sign CALLSIGN/COUNTY.
In my logs, for all the stations who I knew the plan for based upon the 2010
Plans on the site, I just logged them as /R or /M regardless of whether they
threw out there ident as CALLSIGN/COUNTY.
Is it okay to do that? Or is that a no-no? I figured since part of the
exchange is the county anyway, logging a station as callsign/county was
Thanks for the counties Jim. You're amazing wiht the high speed copy/send
on CW. Wish I would have thought ot watch out for you earlier when you
were in the counties I really needed (the ones near me).
----- Original Message -----
From: <Jimk8mr at aol.com>
To: <mrrc at contesting.com>; <ohqp-mail at ohqp.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2010 1:24 AM
Subject: [MRRC] K8MR/M first report
> Actually not much to report, other than we're home safe and sound, no deer
> encounters on this trip.
> Set up dipoles in Carroll and Monroe counties to pass out those counties
> to others than the usual suspects we work on CW, so we are in the Rover
> Class this year.
> Did not get to Perry or Knox due to time considerations.
> Things seemed slow for the first half, then did better as night
> Finished up at the Wayne/Medina line. No numbers yet.
> Thanks to all who participated!
> 73 - Jim K8MR
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