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  1. #11

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    May 2008
    Fresno, CA
    Quote Originally Posted by landtuna View Post
    I'll take a crack at the question. I'm an old navy radioman and one of the last generation who learned 'code'. I haven't used it very much in the 50 years since I got out but can still copy at about 10-12 WPM.

    The reason they are broadcasting code is to give the location where Sonic is giving away free milk shakes to old, retired radio geezers who tend to honk their car horns at each other in code. Drives the wives crazy.
    Field of Dreams for radiomen.

  2. #12

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    Apr 2006
    Edgewood, NM
    In the middle of the night there have been occasions where DXer's have been able to convince a station to run a DX test. Morse cuts through the audio clutter better so it is sometimes used in a DX test.

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    Or maybe KDKA is just trying out another replacement for Overnight America?

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