Why do people call CQ this way: CQ Ten Ten, CQ Ten Ten, this is XYZ calling ....

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  1. AE7F

    AE7F Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'm just curious. I don't hear it often but occasionally. Maybe I don't spend enough time on phone I guess.
  2. AA0CW

    AA0CW Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Ten Ten International. They want 10-10 numbers.
  3. KB4QAA

    KB4QAA XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Of course because they are looking for 10-10 contacts. It's a new thing. They've only been doing it for 60 years.
  4. WA6MHZ

    WA6MHZ Subscriber QRZ Page

    CQ CQ CQ, Hello CQ. CQ CQ CQ. Calling CQ. CQ CQ. CQ 20 CQ 20 CQ 20. CQ CQ CQ. Whiskey Alpha Six MIGHTY HORNY ZEBRA calling CQ and carefully TUNING for a call. KAY someone Please!
  5. N4BBQ

    N4BBQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Nor CW on 10m evidently. I hear them often into four-land.
  6. KD8DEY

    KD8DEY Subscriber QRZ Page

    Mighty Horny Zebra? LOL

    Sure beats Dumb Egotistical Yankee
  7. AE7F

    AE7F Ham Member QRZ Page

  8. AE7F

    AE7F Ham Member QRZ Page

    The majority of my recent contacts are 10m CW. Haven't heard 10-10 callers on 10m CW yet, though. I frequently hear a KC4 station calling 10-10 on SSB though.
  9. WM3O

    WM3O Ham Member QRZ Page

    damn kids and their new fangled trends.

    this is how you call CQ

  10. N1NQC

    N1NQC Ham Member QRZ Page

    10 M was KILLER today !
    de November One Not Quite Coherent
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