Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by N1OOQ, Feb 2, 2017.

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  1. N1OOQ

    N1OOQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    So I have noticed that many dx CW ops (to me here in the USA) use some less than familiar prosigns... like AR, although I have heard of that one. Anyone got a good list?
  2. WA7PRC

    WA7PRC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Wikipedia has a list (link).

    vy 73 es gd dx,
    Bryan WA7PRC
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  3. WA3QGD

    WA3QGD Ham Member QRZ Page

    thats how we determine how many rings have formed on the old oak tree,acorn
  4. KI6J

    KI6J Ham Member QRZ Page

    Really cool operators use SN.
  5. W5BIB

    W5BIB Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    SN :)
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  6. W0IS

    W0IS Ham Member QRZ Page

    When I graduated from the novice bands and moved down to where the DX was, I was surprised to hear how many of them were doctors, such as DR BOB, DR IVAN, etc. Even when they didn't know the other guy's name, they knew he was a doctor, and addressed him as DR OM.
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  7. AB3TQ

    AB3TQ Subscriber QRZ Page

    Less than familiar?

    G2C08 (C)
    What prosign is sent to indicate the end of a formal message when using CW?
    A. SK
    B. BK
    C. AR
    D. KN
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