Explain what is wrong with a remote multi multi. How would this affect
you our your pleasure in any way shape or form? You would not even
know. Why do you care where the operator is physically located?
Isn't the goal to work as many people and mults as possible?
If remote operations allows more people to get on what exactly is the
problem again? They are still using ham radios to communicate. Their
speaker wires happen to be copper or fiber or whatever.
W0MU-1 CC Cluster w0mu.net
On 4/11/2012 1:45 PM, Peter Sundberg wrote:
> Interesting perspective Ron.
> So the next thing will be to have a group of top notch operators sitting at
> home, operating their favourite band at a multi/multi remote contest
> station on the other side of the world.
> Maybe the top notch operator can also time share, so that he operates 24
> hours for one team and 24 hours for the other team, during prime daytime or
> nighttime propagation depending on the band used.
> I agree with Albert Crespo - "What a lovely hobby we used to have"
> Paul EI5DI is right. When contesting is about having the best and most
> reliable Internet connection we are drifting away from ham radio. Rapidly.
> Yes, I hear what you vocal Internet advocats and technically skilled
> operators are saying, but I am not buying it. I totally disagree with you
> 73 de Peter SM2CEW
> At 16:13 2012-04-11 , Ron Notarius W3WN wrote:
>> Lacking a better definition or working theory, at present, I'd say that if
> the purpose of the operator is to simply operate the remote station, and
> ONLY the remote station (that is to say, he or she is not also a member of
> a multi-op team at another site, or is running part of the contest under
> the "home" call and part under the "remote" call, or other oddball
> situations like that), and is willing to put up with all of the technical
> glitches that could occur with a remote station, I don't have a problem.
>> 73, ron w3wn
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