Well, I didn't mention who it was that made the comment about what we now can 
call the k3zo method.  However, the guy who sees an advantage in a 3 khz 
roofing filter can do just that!!

73, wj9b

CWops #1085
CWA Advisor levels II and III
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On Wed, 9/21/16, Guy Olinger K2AV <k2av....@gmail.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Elecraft] Running stations with k3
 To: "Bill W4ZV" <btipp...@alum.mit.edu>
 Cc: "Elecraft Reflector" <elecraft@mailman.qth.net>
 Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 10:43 AM
 
 On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at
 6:59 AM, Bill W4ZV <btipp...@alum.mit.edu>
 wrote:
 
 > This is nothing
 new.  K3ZO has been doing this for about 30 years (at
 > least)
 > using wide
 filters and his ears as DSP.
 >
 
 Some people really CAN do
 this. For some years while he was living in NC, I
 had the pleasure of operating with W2CS at the
 NY4A multi/multi sessions.
 There were some
 number of neat things he could do, that I could not make
 happen in my brain, including the K3ZO method
 and typing 100% copy well
 behind the signal
 while carrying on an unrelated conversation.
 
 I think I figured out I
 can't copy CW and chew gum at the same time or
 something pretty close. So beware of
 presentation of methodology as general
 technique, that actually requires some
 not-so-common physical talents to
 pull off.
 I *do* know that K3ZO and W2CS *can* do that, and I also
 know
 that I *cannot*. And I also know that
 my chances of typing CW well behind
 the
 signal and carrying on a separate conversation in the room
 about how
 deep to plant radials at the same
 time are simply, factually, ZERO.  :>)
 
 I do know how to turn K3
 diversity into a sound stage and spread signals in
 a pile up around an audio "horizon".
 So I'm not totally devoid.  :>)
 
 73, Guy K2AV
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