On Thu, 12 Apr 2012 at 17:42 Paul O'Kane wrote:
> What's different about remote control is that it uses
> the internet (typically) to replace RF in the signal path
> between the operators concerned. That's what makes the
> QSO fundamentally different from vanilla QSOs, using RF
> only. We're back to the difference between hybrid QSOs
> and amateur-radio QSOs - and that's why remote control
> entries should be classified separately.
But Paul, you have on a previous occasion said that the contacts
I make from my remote station are not 'amateur-radio QSOs'.
I connect to my remote station using an amateur radio (900MHz) link.
No third party carrier is involved at any point.
I feel strongly that by any reasonable definition this is amateur radio .
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