Re: ARRL NTX STM Report - November 2019
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we normally use the full name the first time in an article and put the acronym letters in parentheses immediately following first use then use the acronym freely in the rest of the article. Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) for instance any place CME is mentioned is mentioned adter first use. Check a Style Guide for proper use or the internet. rmj
On Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 8:30 PM RIc <brab45@...
On Sun, Dec 15, 2019, 5:51 PM Steven Lott Smith KG5VK <lottsphoto@...
Yes indeed that is a good idea
Thrilled you working hard at this
We have some (a few) on the team that do not do much
Fortunately the majority of the assistants are like you and very active at their role
Which gives us a great team working for our members
On Sun, Dec 15, 2019 at 4:36 PM Aaron Hulett | K8AMH <ahulett@...
Billy (KA5OZC) has a great idea: placing definitions in the report, such as what SAR and PSHR are. Attaching a version of the report with definitions, which I’ll continue to do going forward.
Attaching our November 2019 ARRL NTX Section Traffic Report. You can find a lot of this information on the statistics page, along with some new tables I’ve recently added. The statistics page is updated in real time as I receive reports,
so on January 1 I expect the “Last month” charts zero out and then update with data as December reports come in.
Is this information easy to review and understand? Wish I had more data, or had something a little clearer? Let me know if you have any questions/feedback.
Happy holidays everyone!
Aaron | K8AMH
Aaron Hulett | K8AMH
Section Traffic Manager
ARRL North Texas Section
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F: 469 731 8326
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Little Elm TX 75068-0479
ARRL NTX Section Manager
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