UA9BA spotted R36F 13 times. He spotted other WRTC stations a maximum
of 6 times.
UA9CDC spotted R36F 14 times. He spotted one other WRTC stations a
maximum of 3 times, and others 0, once, or twice. Seems to be more than
a statistical anomaly.
Proximity? Take a look at a prefix map, Hans. UA9 is far from Moscow.
Radio K0HB wrote:
> I didn't miss the point. I just don't share your conclusion.
> Just to set my position: I believe that ANY spotting is too much, but the
> charge of "cheerleading" seems misplaced in this case.
> "Cheerleaders" typically spot their "friend" almost exclusively, but both
> the accused here (UA9's) also spotted pretty much every other R3 that was
> My guess is that proximity is the explanation in this case, not some
> nefarious scheme as LU5DX proposes.
> 73, de Hans, K0HB
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>>> I'm guessing that the fourteen "1's" are busted calls.
>> Once again, you've missed the point. One WRTC station
>> had some 75 spots more than the least spotted station.
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