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KJ6SSV

Just made my first ham radio contact since about 1990. Someone was quick to point out that this call sign is just about ideal for CW use, as it ends in ... ... ...-

I'm just glad I didn't get KJ6STD - I only missed that by 8 places. Some other poor schmuck just got that.

I was going to immediately change whatever I got to N6RVT - but what I got was so good I'm just going to keep the default call. Just like randomly getting 200-0001 for a phone number. I'm still wondering why that wasn't reserved for a business.


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c_eagle November 18th, 2011
Those are some great numbers you have there!... I'm not sure of the significance of ssv though..

Look at the morse code pattern

titanic November 20th, 2011
It ends in three dots, three dots, and three dots followed by a dash. Real easy and fast to send.

Re: Look at the morse code pattern

c_eagle November 21st, 2011
ah.. nifty! I thought maybe there was possibly some other significance... but fast and comfortable code-tapping is a plus!

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