The status of R1MV has been batted around for a
couple years without any resolution or even comment
from IARU HQ. I have an idea about it that I haven't
heard put forth by anyone.
Think about Malij Visotskij for a minute. It got its DXCC
status by being Russian land that was leased (?) by Finland,
and being under Finnish control. Why would the Russian
National club want to operate from "Finland"?
Maybe the logcheckers believe that an HQ Station should
operate from land that is "native" and changed the category
to Multi-op. That ignores the fact that IARU Championship
doesn't have a M/M class that matches HQ's ability to be
Why don't the MVI operations use OH calls? None ever have...
----- Original Message -----
From: Gediminas Lucinskas <LY3BA@is.lt>
To: Timo <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 21:51
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] IARU HF Championship Records
> Clearly, it's not the Contest (IARU HF Championship) to be considered as
> serious one as it's name describes...The contest committee was pointed
> several times already to this mistake...No reaction.
> > Still interesting to see a station which sent HQ abbreviation in the
> contest to be a record holder of multioperator category.
> > (R1MV 1999 SRR)
> > 73, Timo OH1NOA
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