Ham Radio

Monday, October 13, 2008
Ham Radio Poems by M3TLL (Louise)
Ham Radio HF

There's a voice inside the static
And it's calling out CQ
CQ DX is anyone there?
He wants to speak to you

You've set up your antenna
You're receiving loud and clear
You're going to call out to the voice
That you can loudly hear

You shout out your callsign
He says he can hear you fine
Receiving you above the noise
Your signal's 5 and 9

You exchange all of your info
Find out what you want to know
Say 73s and 88s
QSL via the bureau


Ham Radio 2 Metres

There's a voice on 145.500
He's calling out CQ
CQ DX is anyone there?

No.


For more non-radio related poetry and articles visit Louise's Helium site here or maybe if you're lucky you'll catch her on air some day.
posted by Simon Davison @ 10:32 pm  
2 Comments:
  • At 9:35 am, Blogger 2E0HTS Simon said…

    I love the first poem and the second one is very true as well as funny.

    Thanks for the post and 73

    de Simon

     
  • At 9:03 am, Blogger The Elusive Loo said…

    Just glad I can be of assistance, maybe I should write one on working satellites? So far I've got this nursery rhyme style one:

    Simon liked to work satellites
    On his ioio
    He was always playing with
    His ioio

    With a CQ here and a CQ there...

    (you get the idea)

     
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