Given all the very significant technological changes and rule
modifications that have occurred over the several past decades to make
DXing and contesting easier and more accessible, "tradition" has to be
one of the least relevant arguments against remote stations.
On 4/12/2012 5:54 AM, Doug Renwick wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Is it ok for me to have a K3/0, simply a front end that give me every
>> feature on my K3, on my kitchen table and the rest of my equipment in my
>> shack 100 ft away? If it is ok is it ok if my station were located on
>> in another country? If not why and what exactly is the difference.
> **** You answered your own question ... the station is in a different
> country. Traditionally the operator was in the same country as was the
>> If it is not fair to have a remote station in preferred DX contesting
>> location then why is it fair for people to build and rent out stations
>> at those same locations? Why would remote operation be unfair?
> **** Those two thoughts are completely unrelated and you try and group them
> together. Desperate measures to justify your position. And I repeat;
> traditionally the operator was in the same country/entity as was the
> station. That made DXing and DXpeditions an exciting adventure.
>> Feel free to add on other pertinent questions.
>> -- Mike W0MU W0MU-1 CC Cluster w0mu.net
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