If you work CQ8X, the QSO is valid for DXCC.
CQ8X cannot receive DXCC credit for these QSOs because the remote operator
was not located in the same DXCC entity as the transmitter.
On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 9:56 AM, Christian Schneider <
> N4ZR wrote:
> >Every single QSO that Toni made was a legitimate, unsolicited, 100%
> radio QSO from the Azores.
> Well, some subtraction should be made, as OH2UA stated in his 3830-report
> (http://lists.contesting.com/pipermail/3830/2012-April/249492.html) that
> those QSOs do not count for DXCC. I´m not in DXCC-rules but seemingly
> is a perspective seeing such qsos a bit diffrent than "ordinary" qsos where
> the operator sits at the transmitting site.
> Will be interesting to see what further issues will arise with a growing
> number of such unmanned remote controlled stations - from new forms of
> rental stations to detective work of log checkers whether this stations
> mis-used by cheaters as receiving sites etc.
> Toys for the Formula One who certainly will claim that it can attract new
> blood. Curious...
> 73, Chris (DL8MBS)
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