Peter & all,
Fortunately, many of you don't even need to understand why we require
so but for analizing some mostly European "superscores", for example
in QRP category, this is really important.
We need to know small details of participant's set-up to compare
different scores, runs on specific band/time etc. This helps to open a
picture of what was going on.
Antenna ASL and above ground ... if one stays at the 2000 m ASL
with dipole 10 m above phisical ground his signal will be stronger
than the dipole located 10 m above ground at the 100 m ASL location.
Again, there are several analyzes involved.
73, Harry RA3AUU
D> I wonder what sense the information on the type and length of coax makes
D> when the limit the transmitter power is.
D> ASL ist another nonsense.
D> Peter, DJ7WW
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D> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Congrats to Russian DX Contest cracking down cheating
D> Congrats to Russian DX Contest cracking down cheating by requiring for top 3
D> station in each category to:
D> Submit logs within 36 hours
D> Show exact CAT frequencies for each QSO
D> For QRP and Low Power entries show exact station detail (equipment; antenna
D> per band, ASL elevation; type and lenght of coax)
D> Of course high profile operator that use helpers around them, still have 36
D> hours to clean logs with recordings, but until we have online QSO
D> submittable, it is a big step in the right direction.
D> Congratulation Russina DX Contest!
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