Monthly Archives: November 2014

You do get what you measure!

I suppose a hobby is not unlike a business — if you put measurements in place, they will often drive behavior.  The hard part is picking the appropriate measurements. With a little more spare time on my hands, I’ve been … Continue reading

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I was pleasantly surprised to see FT4TA QSO confirmed in LotW just a couple of days after I made it.  That’s pretty unusual for a big DXpedition (I can’t imagine all the work there must be dealing with 100K log … Continue reading

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FT4TA: Yep!

Guess things did work out correctly despite bad copy on my end:

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FT4TA: Did I or didn’t I?

So I think I worked FT4TA, Tromelin Island, on 24.910 RTTY.  I say think because he had asked for a” WB4 WB4 WB4″, then when I replied, I saw “B4SON 599 WB4” then saw KB4SON TU FT4TA.  Gad I hope … Continue reading

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