I can also guess. There are not too many guesses ... just few calls
and their "nice" smile.
A dirty game against a friend of mine !!!
Unfortunetely, the DQ decision was taken without single evidence but
73s, Harry RA3AUU
PJP> Hi Scott,
PJP> From what I can gather, the issue is about the number of
PJP> operators actually present at the station during the contest.
PJP> 73 -- Paul VO1HE
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Scott Robbins
>> Sent: December 10, 2007 15:37
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: [CQ-Contest] C4M (RW3QC) SOABHP ASSISTED
>> I have to admit, I am now completely confused about the
>> cheating discussion going on here. C4M's 2006 CQ WW CW log
>> was submitted as SOABHP Assisted, and then he was DQed out of
>> that class for some reason (presumably not for packet
>> assistance!) -- and we're having a big argument over him
>> being DQed out of the SOABHP Unassisted category?
>> Where did I get confused here?
>> START-OF-LOG: 3.0
>> CALLSIGN: C4M
>> CLAIMED-SCORE: 14538876
>> CLUB: Russian Contest Club
>> CONTEST: CQ-WW-CW
>> CREATED-BY: WriteLog V10.61E
>> NAME: Jack Danieliyan
>> ADDRESS: P.O.Box 3, 394053, VORONEZH-53, RUSSIA
>> OPERATORS: RW3QC
>> LOCATION: DX
>> CATEGORY-OPERATOR: SINGLE-OP
>> CATEGORY-TRANSMITTER: ONE
>> CATEGORY-ASSISTED: ASSISTED
>> CATEGORY-BAND: ALL
>> CATEGORY-POWER: HIGH
>> CATEGORY-STATION: FIXED
>> Scott W4PA
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