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Re: LF: TU in Morse

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Subject: Re: LF: TU in Morse
From: Marek SQ5BPM <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 23:04:15 +0200
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Hi all,

I believe in RTTY contests it means both, consider a short exchange:

> TEST DE SP5ZCC SP5ZCC CQ
< SP5ZCC DE G3XDV G3XDV
> G3XDV TU 599 010 010
< SP5ZCC TU 599 012 012
> G3XDV TU DE SP5ZCC CQ

During long contest hours I've been trying to figure that out, but seems that people use it interchangeably, because it is useful for making short macros.
BTW this whole QSO takes less time than a dot in some QRSS modes :)

73! Marek SQ5BPM

Mike Dennison wrote:
TU means "thank you" and is more efficient (particularly in QRSS) than TKS or TNX.
Mike, G3XDV
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I have always assumed TU to be "To You", perhaps someone will
confirm!!!

73

Gary - G4WGT

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of captbrian
Sent: 30 May 2006 18:02 To: [email protected] Subject: LF:
Re: RE: Re: Re: Re: Re: how to do? (2)


also 'tks'   but that's not the point ; what is 'TU'?/
On same topic when an EA sends '55' to a DL , what does he mean.

Bryan







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