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== During-contest specifics ==
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==SO1R specifics==
 
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* [[SO1R/CW_Voice_Keyer|Automated CW generation, RTTY messages and voice keyers]]
Articles related to using Win-Test during a contest:
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* [[SO1R/Radio_control|Radio Control]]
 
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* [[SO1R/Cluster|Use of Cluster spots]]
* '''''Single-op contesting'''''
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* [[SO1R/Band_Map|Taking advantage of the Band Map feature]]
** SO1R specifics
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==SO2R specifics==
*** [[SO1R/CW_Voice_Keyer|Automated CW generation, RTTY messages and voice keyers]]
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* [[SO2R/Second_radio_window|Learning the second radio window]]
*** [[SO1R/Radio_control|Radio Control]]
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* [[SO2R/Shift_binds_second_radio|Using the 'shift binds second radio' option]]<br>''This feature changes some key assignments in Win-Test''
*** [[SO1R/Cluster|Use of Cluster spots]]
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*[[SO2R/Caps Lock bind to the secondary radio|Using the 'caps lock binds to secondary radio' option]]
*** [[SO1R/Band_Map|Taking advantage of the Band Map feature]]
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* [[SO2R/Advanced_SO2R|Using 'advanced SO2R' mode and setting up scenarios]]
** SO2R specifics
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* Win-Test and the EZMaster
*** [[SO2R/Second_radio_window|Learning the second radio window]]
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** [[SO2R/EZMaster/Setup|Setting up the EZMaster for use with Win-Test]]
*** [[SO2R/Shift_binds_second_radio|Using the 'shift binds second radio' option]]<br>''This feature changes some key assignments in Win-Test''
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==Multi-op contesting==
***[[SO2R/Caps Lock bind to the secondary radio|Using the 'caps lock binds to secondary radio' option]]
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* [[Multi-op/Gabbing|Using message gabbing]]
*** [[SO2R/Advanced_SO2R|Using 'advanced SO2R' mode and setting up scenarios]]
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* [[Multi-op/Passing|Passing multipliers between stations]]
*** Win-Test and the EZMaster
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* [[Multi-op/Status_window|Understanding the status window]]
**** [[SO2R/EZMaster/Setup|Setting up the EZMaster for use with Win-Test]]
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* [[Multi-op/Deleting_QSO|If you need to delete a QSO during the contest]]<br>''Do not use the 'delete QSO' feature''
* '''''Multi-op contesting'''''
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** Possible issues
** [[Multi-op/Gabbing|Using message gabbing]]
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*** [[Multi-op/Issues/Sequential_serials|Sequential serial numbers between stations shared between both stations]]
** [[Multi-op/Passing|Passing multipliers between stations]]
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*** [[Multi-op/Issues/Editing_serials|Editing serial numbers]] (e.g. if a machine crashes and one log is out of sync)
** [[Multi-op/Status_window|Understanding the status window]]
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==Contest specific Behaviour==
** [[Multi-op/Deleting_QSO|If you need to delete a QSO during the contest]]<br>''Do not use the 'delete QSO' feature''
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* Some notes about [[Contest specific behaviour|contest specific keys and parameters]], e.g. for [http://www.waedc.de WAEDC]
*** Possible issues
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**** [[Multi-op/Issues/Sequential_serials|Sequential serial numbers between stations shared between both stations]]
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**** [[Multi-op/Issues/Editing_serials|Editing serial numbers]] (e.g. if a machine crashes and one log is out of sync)
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* '''''Contest specific Behaviour'''''
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** Some notes about [[Contest specific behaviour|contest specific keys and parameters]], e.g. for [http://www.waedc.de WAEDC]
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== Post-contest specifics ==
 
== Post-contest specifics ==

Revision as of 06:35, 14 October 2006

SO1R specifics

SO2R specifics

Multi-op contesting

Contest specific Behaviour

Post-contest specifics

And finally, articles related to Win-Test and post-contest tasks:


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