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Subject: [CQ-Contest] Single-op Assisted
From: "Anthony DeBiasi" <K2SG@comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2010 16:07:46 -0400
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Can someone tell me why there are so few entry categories in the IARU?  I don't 
wish to start a debate about the pros and cons of SO vs SOA but I would think 
that more categories might encourage more people to participate in the contest. 
 Having only limited time this weekend I was unable to make a serious effort 
but did try to work as many of the WRTC teams as possible.  Other years I tend 
to pass on the IARU Contest and know others who feel the same way.  Is there 
really a good reason  for the limited categories?  

I think the Russian organizers, all the team members and volunteers who 
supported the WRTC should be commended for doing a great job.  Like many 
others, I noticed that all of the signals sounded about equal.  

...73 Tony K2SG    
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