You can't imagine how many times I've been put in logs as UO1HE, VO1SE,
V01HE, etc. I'll send a card to the station or manager and, if he puts 2 and
2 together, I get a card. If not, I have to wait until the next dxpedition.
Nothing to lose sleep over.
73 -- Paul VO1HE
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Zack Widup
> Sent: December 14, 2007 19:01
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Public Logs
> No one can search the DXpedition logs as they are right now to cheat.
> Unless they actually heard the other station (as in the W9SG example I
> gave) work them. Full QSO data is not displayed in any log
> search engine that I know of.
> I worked a DXpedition a few years ago that was an all-time
> new one for me.
> All my QSO's (listed by band/mode) were in their log search
> engine but one. It was a band I really wanted. I guessed at
> a possible busted callsign and found ONE QSO by that callsign
> in their log (off by one
> character) - on the band/mode I was missing.
> I sent to the QSL manager telling him this, with the QSO time
> that was in my log. He contacted the other station in
> question and found out he didn't even chase DX. I had the
> correct date and time. So I got a card for that QSO too.
> 73, Zack W9SZ
> On Fri, 14 Dec 2007, Peter Voelpel wrote:
> > That does not sound logical to me, who searches a dx expedition log
> > for the possibility they made a mistake and put his call in the log?
> > And how many out of some thousand qsos are busted with a different
> > valid callsign where at the same time this individual is
> interested in qsl cards?
> > 73
> > Peter
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Mike Fatchett W0MU [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Because people cheat!
> > On 12/14/07 3:36 AM, "Peter Voelpel" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> I wonder why in this case W9SZ would go and look at the log?
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