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Jägarräkningen (Hunter count)

Here’s the explanation for the coding of the Hunter count numbers.

In the fox number ID sequence, we use (and all other fox hunters worldwide use) a homemade, non-morse code ID system. But in the Hunter counting, we in GRJ, and I think we are alone with this feature, use proper morse code numbers.

The whole sequence of transmission (for our standard GRJ hunt number5) is:

MOx MOx …… MOx MOx + SM6RXZ (sent in faster morse speed) + Hunter Count (slow morse speed) + 2 second tone (“pejlton”)

 SM6RXZ in morse is:  
 “...      _ _      _....     ._ .      _.._      _ _..”

For the Hunter Count, we use proper Morse digits. The day we will be more than 9 fox hunters, we will hear two digits after each other.

1= ._ _ _ _     (didahdahdahdah)
2= .._ _ _
3= ..._ _
4= ...._
5= .....        (dididididi)
6= _....
7= _ _...
8= _ _ _..
9= _ _ _ _.     (dahdahdahdahdi)

For the Fox ID number, MOx, we use a homemade system of “cut numbers”. Basically 1-5 dits for fox 1-5, and then a dash+ 1-5 dits for foxes 6-10:

1= .
2= ..
3= ...
4= ....
5= .....
6= _.
7= _..
8= _...
9= _....
10= _.....

Organizer Docs:

GRJ Organizer sheet_20150414_OFFICIELLA.xlsx

grj-shortest-route-sheet-including-graph-20190510.xlsx

20150422_inkl mål.xlsx

GRJ Shortest route sheet 20150415.xlsx

SPRINT shortest route 20160617 OFFICIELLA.xlsx

About the Foxes:

”Mickelina” – nya rävsändare i Göteborg

Mickelina Dual Band Foxes 20150325

Telegrafi träningstexter:

100 Words.txt

1000 Words.txt

ee antenna article.txt

qso1.txt

qso2.txt

sv antennartikel.txt

svenska vanliga ord.txt

vanliga qso_ord.txt

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