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Offline desmoface

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Re: Lots of logs
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2014, 0103 UTC »
You're doing great, thanks for sharing.

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Re: Lots of logs
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2014, 0839 UTC »
Hi Goosio,

Nice bunch of logs !! If I may give you a tip.....  Try to jot down the message or at least the callup (mostly a 3 digit figure) or preamble which consist of everything before the actual message starts (mostly a 3 digit figure = receiver, followed by the key and group count (the number of 5-digit or 5-letter groups in a message).
This applies to the majority of the stations. The E11 family (E11, E11a, G11, S11a, M03) has a different format. They send a 3 digit call followed by a slash (/)  and the group count, then "attention" (or Strich or Cherta, depending on the language) and then the message follows.

73, Ary


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