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[CQ-Contest] nastyness in WRTC?

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Subject: [CQ-Contest] nastyness in WRTC?
From: KI9A@aol.com
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2010 19:54:27 EDT
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Barry, all,
1- You can't stop folks from spotting. Period.
2- You can't control, who spots who. Period.
3- If you are really worried about a station or stations, spotting  another 
more than others, well, in my VERY humble opinion, well, you need to  relax 
a little, and remember this is a HOBBY. Not a life and death  situation!!
4- If this bothers so many, so much, it's time to either understand there  
is NO way to provide a perfect, level field, and, just unplug your rig for 
that  weekend.
73- Chuck KI9A
In a message dated 7/11/2010 6:44:59 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
w2up@comcast.net writes:

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.

Barry  W2UP

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