On 04/16/2012 09:03 AM, W0MU Mike Fatchett wrote:
> Per the ARRL Rules in Contests:
> 3.3.An operator may not use more than one call sign from any given
> location during the contest period.
> (I am not sure how the ARRL defines location. My lot? My home station
> location, my separate shack location...)
> 3.5.A transmitter used to contact one or more stations may not be
> subsequently used under any other call during the contest period, except
> for family stations where more than one call has been issued, and then
> only if the second call sign is used by a different operator. (The
> intent of this rule is to accommodate family members who must share a
> rig and to prohibit manufactured or artificial contacts.)
> I have heard of people simply changing out the rig and using another
> call. From the rules this would not be allowed.
If they use a different ---transmitter--- and a different ---call--- and it's a
different ---operator--- then it is allowed. This is exactly how PVRC and NCCC
rack up those big club aggregate scores in Sweepstakes.
For the first 12 hours of SS, N6TV travels to the W0YK QTH, using the call
NN6TVV, using his K3.
For the last 12 hours of SS, N6TV travels to the N6RO QTH, using the call
NN6ROO, using a FT-2000.
Also, for the last 12 hours of SS, AE6Y travels to the W0YK QTH, using the call
AE6YY, using an Orion II at the W0YK QTH.
This is all completely okay under the rules.
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