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Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W3SY, Jul 15, 2002.

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  1. N0KLT

    N0KLT QRZ Member QRZ Page

    They might still know and be able to copy code, but as "silent keys" any code they sent could not be heard. [​IMG]


    Gary - N0KLT
  2. N7CPC

    N7CPC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Can't read the origonal post again, as I would be forced to join. Laffted masef haf ta def!

  3. W3SY

    W3SY Ham Member QRZ Page

    Looking forward to Silent Key Field Day.  Setup time should be minimal since most Silent Keys are already IN a field somewhere. (Strawberry Fields Forever?)

    There will also be a "mobile" category for SK's who are, well, on the way to the "field."

    To answer the question posed above, the KEYS are silent but the code is not. Figure THAT one out, Bucko.

  4. KE6MGB

    KE6MGB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Sounds interesting. We need more Ham Radio websites! [​IMG]
  5. KB1GYQ

    KB1GYQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    It least there, code/nocode and other such controversies would all be "dead issues" [​IMG]
  6. W3SY

    W3SY Ham Member QRZ Page

    Or Expired Equestrians could "beat a dead horse."

    Thanks for calling!
  7. KB9YFI

    KB9YFI Ham Member QRZ Page

    - and foxhunting could be done using dead reckoning.
  8. N0KLT

    N0KLT QRZ Member QRZ Page

    And all of our kid's dead pet hamsters from over the years could take part also [​IMG]

    Gary - N0KLT
  9. K0WVM

    K0WVM Ham Member QRZ Page

    I can almost feel a "dark" tone to this thread.  Morbid, but a touch of humor to get away from the path the threads on here normally take.   [​IMG]

    You guys want morbid?  Try  if you haven't yet.
  10. N5LRZ

    N5LRZ Banned QRZ Page

    I thing it would be a great deal if the dead hams could talk to the living hams. Just think of the "I got that beat" contests that would develope.


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