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Is it "73" or "73's"? I know the answer. Curious what you think

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KE0EYJ, Aug 11, 2019.

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  1. VK4HAT

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    74
     
  2. KB9BVN

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    If you're not running CW...then don't use it
     
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  3. AI7PM

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    All jargon on phone is junk. No need for magic decoder rings, ten four good buddy, Q-anything, or crap you wouldn't
    say in a normal conversation with a normal human being.
     
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  4. KA2CZU

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    This ^^^^

    me too :)

    The Wouff Hong to the rest of you!
     
  5. W9RAC

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    72 is used by some QRP CW OP's, I should have mentioned that for some who may not have heard it....... meaning the same as 73 but with less power, 73 Rich
     
  6. KP4SX

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    Secret handshake type of thing. :rolleyes:
     
  7. W9RAC

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    Maybe, Im a QRO OP so not sure what the protocol may be. I get a lot of calls from QRP OP's and have heard it a fair amount. 73 Rich
     
  8. KP4SX

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    161. SK.
     
  9. W3WN

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    Not quite.

    “161, Al & Mae.”

    Although they are both SKs now. Hmmm. Never mind.
     
  10. W3WN

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    Ah, no.

    Old movie reference.

     
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