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Call Sign : 26CT763 Posts : 2952 Times Thanked : 107 Join date : 2019-06-27 QTH or Location : Manchester Equipment Used : Optima, Superstar 360fm, Stalker 9fdx, President Jack Age : 48
Subject: Re: Qso calling query Sat Dec 05, 2020 12:21 pm
It is up to you which way you do it. If Iam just rag chewing, I leave out the div number for ease. But it really is up to you. That is one of the joys of cb free-banding, is the relaxed operating protocol. Free-band equals freestyle.
Call Sign : 26 CT050 26 FB080 26 WT105 26 TE171 Posts : 948 Times Thanked : 51 Join date : 2019-06-27 QTH or Location : NORTH LONDON Equipment Used : ORIGINAL President Lincoln, President Teddy , Silver Eagle microphones , Gainmaster antenna, use a AMP ofcourse I do sometimes Age : 64
Subject: Re: Qso calling query Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:12 pm
I only use the 26div prefix if I'm long distance (other countries)DXing on SSB, if I'm on a UK network it's just CT050, if I'm on AM skip shooting ie: trying for the U.S on the Superbowl I cut it down to 050 London.