I'm reading these emails for awhile and I really don't care if the
operator is on site or not for a SO category, but one thing came up on my
If a MS operation thru remote site with each member spread out all over
the world to just operate during his day light time zone, is kinda unfair.
or not? When everybody is at same site, you must switch operators to rest
at night and others to keep all night long (kinda of strategy)and this
drain your strength a lot. But if you have someone in PY, JA, G, W6 doing
a MS operation, then everyone can rest at night smoothly, because the time
If I'm saying more BS, just let me know so I can keep my mouth shut! :D
Sorry about my English...
Have a nice weekend everybody.
> "Where the RF emanates only makes conclusive sense on placing a station's
> QTH for contests."
> "we could clobber any W0 station in Colorado by operating a remote on the
> east coast in most CQWW contests on most days with propagation."
> Exactly, so what difference does it make to anybody if I fly to my station
> in PEI, or telecommute?
> I haven't remoted my PEI station yet, but I'm sure I'll do it in the
> Jeez, if there are an additional handful of QSOs to be had, and better yet
> multipliers, because someone telecommutes to their station vs. not
> at all, that just makes the contest more fun for everybody.
> 73, Ken, K6LA / VY2TT
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