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Command: TALK The TALK command is used to talk to various stations
which are connected to the PacketCluster. There are two
types of TALK: Talk Mode to another station, and a one-line
Syntax: Talk call Talk to the specified station. This provides
one-way talk capability to that station. If
that station wants to communicate back, they
must also do a T command. A ctrl/Z will only
terminate your side of the talk.
Talk call msg This allows you to send a one-line message to
the specified station. It does NOT put you
into talk mode and hence, no ctrl/Z is needed
to terminate it.
Note: This type of Talk is also available from
within Conference mode by prefacing the T
with an asterisk (*T).
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The following commands are available from within Talk
Mode: DX, SHOW/DX, ANNOUNCE, TALK (one line talk to another
station), SHOW/USERS, and SHOW/WWV by prefacing them with an
Command: TALK/TIMESTAMP This command instructs PacketCluster to timestamp
the one-line message you are sending to the
Syntax: Talk/Timestamp call message