Before anyone starts breathing heavy over this, I suggest that you
check the rules for the Texas QSO Party at www.txqp.org. Look at rule 2.
Packet spotting is not only allowed but encouraged for the Texas QSO
Party. The idea is to get out the information about county changes as
a mobile rolls through all those Texas counties. We had three
stations active (40M, 20M, & 15M) as a multi-multi mobile in Susan's
Tahoe and changed counties 47 times in 18 hours.
73, Richard - K5NA/M
At 23:59 9/29/2006, David Robbins K1TTT wrote:
>WOW! 104 spots in TQP by ki5dr for k5na/m! that has to be a record of some
>kind! Oh, and in case you were wondering, the 1 spot not for k5na was a
>typo where he spotted '142' on a frequency of 71000... then of course
>corrected it to be 14271 and the right call.
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