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Author Topic: "Pileup Management" at it's BEST!  (Read 724 times)
AF3Y
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« on: November 15, 2007, 03:01:52 PM »

Several days ago, I worked 6V7H in Senegal.  Today, I had the pleasure of working that station again. The YL who was the operator is KQ1F, Charlotte, and I gotta tell you, she is positively one of the best I have ever heard. On a very noisy band this afternoon,she never missed a beat, picking calls out of a huge and somewhat Rabid pile of US ops, she played the pile like a finely tuned violin. Firm, but friendly, she never missed a beat.  I honestly dont think anyone was cutting her any slack because she is a YL, and she really knew what she was doing. I listened to her work the pile for another 10 min. or so after my QSO.  It's a pleasure to hear someone who really knows what they are doing.  A lot of the "Old Timers" could learn a thing or two from this lady.  She is positively in the top 3 operators I have heard working phone. 73,  Gene
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W3FJ
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« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2007, 05:48:10 PM »

I agree 100% with Gene, AF3Y, Charlotte has her act together. Many big DXpeditions could learn a few lessons for her operation procedures and I'm referring to her simplex operating protocol. 73, Mick
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W3FJ
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« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2007, 05:49:12 PM »

I agree 100% with Gene, AF3Y, Charlotte has her act together. Many big DXpeditions could learn a few lessons from her operation procedures and I'm referring to her simplex operating protocol. 73, Mick
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