RE: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control

2008-02-10 Thread Joe Subich, W4TV
. 73, ... Joe, W4TV -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Duane, WV2B Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2008 1:13 PM To: dx-chat@njdxa.org Subject: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control As expected, I have been getting a few responses saying

Re: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control

2008-02-10 Thread Dan Zimmerman N3OX
That was a transcription of an actial qso, you can copnfirm with W4AMP if you would like, other calls left incomplete to protect he guilty. No doubt, no doubt... I heard exactly the same junk on 14205 yesterday, and I'm sure it's going on on 18160 but fortunately I don't have to listen to it.

Re: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control

2008-02-10 Thread Dan Zimmerman N3OX
If the replacement op comes back on and starts on ones again it's going to be bedlam ;-) It's official, the replacement op came back and just started taking anyone and everyone. Again, I'm just a lazy W3 who doesn't appreciate the DXpedition, don't worry I understand that. But would it have

Re: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control

2008-02-10 Thread Dan Zimmerman N3OX
Inexperienced operators belong on low rate bands (e.g., 10 meters, 6 meters) at the end of an operation not on prime bands the first day of an operation - if they belong on an operation of this size in the first place. I don't think that's really fair. I think for an inexperienced op she was

Re: [DX-CHAT] Pileup control

2008-02-10 Thread john
An interesting thing just happened. An English speaking op was running on 17m, split up 5 to 10, doing a great job. Hundreds were calling blind, but he was running at a good rate. Suddenly, there was an op change, and another ham (non native english speaker) came on, and decided to operate