I worked N1IPA with JT65 this morning on 20 meter. There was a guy with a very broad and distorted signal (see screen shot) my JT65-HF software couldn't decode his signal. Maybe a combination between high power and wrong ALC adjustment. Because of the popularity of JT65A the 2 KHz window becomes too small. Sometimes I can't find space for calling CQ. Later this afternoon I worked EX2B. I found this on his QRZ page:
Special notice for "digimodes" fans:
1. Please, try to be brief - I really do not need a plenty data about your age, HAM Clubs membership, equipment, antennas etc. - just RST, Name, QTH and QTH-locator.
2. Please, try to use codes, for example, I expect to receive just "TNX" instead of wasting time to get wholly spelled phrases.
3. I strongly believe that "73!" means everything like "good health", "good luck" and other things like that.
4. If you are receiving just a report (RST) from me, PLEASE send me just your report - NOTHING more! I am not very often on the air, so I am trying to use my free time to have as many QSOs as possible. Thought, sometimes I am prepared to have a more longer QSO.
It makes me think. In a way I can understand his point of view. That means I do respect someone when he gives only a report and a 73, I will do so in return. But sometimes it is confusing, when I gave a short second return I feel guilty especially with PSK. Shouldn't I behave more friendly and give more information? I don't always know what someone expect of me. It's really confusing sometimes.