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- AA5AU SO2R Article
- Read about my SO2R history and how I got started running SO2R on RTTY
- Discussions on Hardware Strategy – one PC vs. two PC’s, including advantages & disadvantages of both
- RTTY Radios, Low Power vs. High Power, Antennas, Soundcards & TNC’s, and External Audio Filter discussions
- How to listen to both radios at the same time
- Bandpass filters & stubs and Antenna Switching
- SO2R RTTY Operating Strategies
- AA5AU Contest Notes
- Personal notes written in a “mini” article format for each RTTY contest I participate in
- What worked well & what didn’t
- How certain strategies played out
- Bar graphs showing my rates
- Band breakdowns, score and what equipment was used
- Pick up ideas of how my operation might help yours
- RTTY Contest Messages
- An in-depth look at what RTTY contest messages should do and look like
- This is not an example page. RTTY message examples are here.
- Information on BARTG RTTY Contest log submissions (April 2, 2014)
- After the Contest
- Written by Paolo Cortese, I2UIY SK
- What you need to know about your log after the contest.
- The Secrets of RTTY Sprinting by Ken N6RO
- Setting Up WriteLog for SO2V on the Elecraft K3 Transceiver (PDF) (authored by Ron Lodewyck, N6EE)
- Managing RTTY Contest pileups by Ed, P49X
- If you find yourself on the DX end of a pileup during a RTTY contest. This is for you!
- Ed Muns, W0YK-P49X, is one of the top RTTY contesters in the world.
- Read how Ed handles massive pileups.
- RTTY Contesting Survey Pages
- Testing the Icom IC-756PROIII
- Detailed evaluation of the PRO III
- More observations after using the radios in the 2005 ARRL RTTY Roundup
- Special Twin Peak Filter Page.
- AA5AU 2003 ARRL RTTY Roundup Article
- A detailed recollection of one of the most fun contests I’ve ever operated
- My score from this contest set a new World Record for Low Power at the time
- What it feels like to make nearly 1800 Low Power QSO’s in 24 hours “back in the day”
- Published on the ARRL website