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This happens always when OT*T operate in ARRL on 80m.
Second station working evening time on 10m and asks everybody to listen
on exact freq on 80.and call him.
he he it's a shame on you, John
> From: G3SJJ <email@example.com>
> To: Contest Reflector <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Ethics
> I am sure this has been aired before and possibly against the same group.
> I was tuning across 10m on Saturday listening to ARRL contest activity.
> A well known ON4 callsign (not the owner) was CQing, after some exchanges
> but not all, the op asked the other station to listen for OT1T on 3740
> I thought this practice had been outlawed. In any case, in my book it is out
> and out cheating!! Chris G3SJJ
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