Re: The QRP Mindset: Who is responsible for the QRP signal?

Ron Carr

On Tue, Oct 12, 2021 at 01:14 PM, Pat wrote:
signal, the recipient may have to fine tune the signal, filter out some noise, and may have to turn an antenna in a little different direction.  The recipient may have to reduce interference from other competing noise sources or ask others to stop talking for a minute or two.  A ham may have to put on headphones or amplify the signal, switch antennas, or use other signal-enhancing steps to hear the QRP station.  The entire time the receiving station is going through their signal-refinement repertoire, the QRP station just has to keep sending their signal. 
Boy! If he is doing all that work, why does he send back a 599 signal report?

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