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[VHFcontesting] Re: [CQ-Contest] Re: Statement regarding the use ofBEAC

Subject: [VHFcontesting] Re: [CQ-Contest] Re: Statement regarding the use ofBEACONet in ARRL VHF Contests
From: k0hb@earthlink.net (KHB)
Date: Sun Jan 19 05:19:38 2003
----- Original Message -----
From: "E. Tupis" <w2ev@arrl.net>

> One may carry on a full and complete keyboard-to-keyboard simplex,
> unassisted QSO in response to an operator noticing a the receipt of a
> BEACONet CQ.  That is the truth of the matter.

Can a BEACONet CQ be used to provide notification to alert you that a particular
station is active on some other frequenc(ies)?

73, de Hans, K0HB





>From Paul O'Kane" <paul@ei5di.com  Sun Jan 19 11:28:45 2003
From: Paul O'Kane" <paul@ei5di.com (Paul O'Kane)
Subject: [CQ-Contest] DXC dxconcentrator update
References: <00ec01c2bef8$584e79a0$0101a8c0@on4mamarc>
Message-ID: <00d301c2bfae$276f1040$0164a8c0@paul>

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Marc Wullaert ON4MA" <marc.wullaert3@pandora.be>


> ... a telnetclient program written by Jack ON5OO.This
> program is written for dx'ers and contesters.In 1minute
> you are setup to connect a max of 50 dxclusters on the
> internet.

While this will be very useful for DXers, I believe it's
an inappropriate use of technology for contesters - whether
SO or MO.

Why would any contester use dxclusters when we all know
that it's inappropriate to get similar information from
other external sources such as phone calls?

73,
Paul EI5DI

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