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Re: LF: TU in Morse

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Subject: Re: LF: TU in Morse
From: brian hodgson <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 21:31:15 +0100 (BST)
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TU certainly had me confused when I first started receiving on 136. When I was using RTTY in the 70's and 80's, TU and its longer version BTU meant "To You" and "Back To You". Have not used RTTY for many years so don't know whether it is still in use.
Brian, G3YKB

Mike Dennison <[email protected]> wrote:
TU means "thank you" and is more efficient (particularly in QRSS)
than TKS or TNX.

Mike, G3XDV

> I have always assumed TU to be "To You", perhaps someone will
> confirm!!!
> 73
> Gary - G4WGT

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