Re: 2 questions
Kent Trimble, K9ZTV
Terry . . .
1) The cut number for zero is a T. It should never be used in a call sign. It has relevance in CW contests and occasionally in QSOs but, in my opinion, all cut numbers should be used sparingly.
2) You have hit upon a universal error. What you hear on the air for a hyphen (dash) is dah-di-di-di-dah. That is incorrect because, as you rightly state, it is actually an equals sign. The correct prosign for a hyphen (dash) is dah-di-di-di-di-dah which no one knows or uses except a few old timers who teach Morse Code classes.
On 10/24/2020 10:50 AM, Terry S. Clevenger via groups.io wrote: