[WRTC2018] WRTC rules re: SSB & CW Macros
n4ydu at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 28 02:56:18 CET 2015
There were no rules about it - just luck of the draw for what was
captured in the video. My teammate (N3KS) and I opted to not use voice
keyers to simplify the setup process. It wasn't a big deal. We obviously
used keyers and computer sending for CW. However, in the heat of the
moment I often use the paddles - just an old habit.
Nate/N4YDU - K1R in WRTC with N3KS
On 2/27/2015 4:45 PM, Mike & Coreen Smith VE9AA wrote:
> Hey All……just watched the WRTC 2014 video by 9V1YC a couple days
> ago….it was FANTASTIC and I’m already keen to watch it again.
> Question: I saw various ops saying reports in SSB w/o using
> prerecorded voice recordings (macros) and sending (some) callsigns
> with paddles.
> I did also hear macros in some cases, but I will listen a bit more
> carefully the next time around to see what was what.
> Is there (are there) some rules against having all(most) your messages
> precorded? I would think saying “59 8” a couple thousand times would
> get old pretty fast.
> Likewise sending callsigns with paddles.
> I use paddles nowadays mostly just for fills, questions or saying “Hi
> Olli, nice to cu” or 73, dit dit…etc. (you get the picture)
> I know that no (pre contest) call histories can be used, but I was
> wondering about all the other macros…?
> Perhaps 2014 ref’s and participants could elaborate on what I was
> seeing and 2018 judges could tell us what the new rules will be. Also
> is it M/S or M/2 configuration for 2018.?
> Mike VE9AA
> Mike, Coreen & Corey
> Keswick Ridge, NB
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