Some of your points are irrelevant. You operated outside of your general class
privileges. End of story.
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On Jun 21, 2012, at 4:03 PM, yuriy rakushchynets <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello to all
> I was operate in ARRL CW using KP2MM (club call) trustee KV4FZ. I have
> General class licence.
> And Kutzko KX9X told me:
> You were disqualified from the 2012 ARRL DX CW Contest for operating out of
> ARRL Contest Rules state:
> 2.1.Entrants agree to be bound by the provisions and intent of ARRL contest
> 2.2.Entrants agree to be bound by the regulations of their national licensing
> 3.1.All operators must observe the limitations of their operator licenses and
> station licenses at all times.
> You hold a General class license. Your log shows significant time on 15
> meters below 21.025, on 40 meters below 7025 KHz and on 80 meters below 3525
> KHz, which is outside the General class band
> And i second email:
> KV4FZ’s presence is irrelevant. You entered as a Single Operator, and you are
> a General Class licensee.
> You are the Control Operator in a Single Op log.
> As a Single-Op, you must operate under the limits of your license.
> If KV4FZ was your Control Operator, you are no longer a Single Op.
> You entered as Single-Op and did not meet the rules requirements. Therefore,
> you are disqualified.
> Sean Kutzko, KX9X
> Contest Branch Manager
> My question why i was disqualified if i operate under Extra class privileges
> and control operator was there all of the time. And WHY i should be in MO
> entry if control operator did not help me. ( Some times wife brings you
> coffee and you go to MO entry?)
> I don't feel like i broke FCC or ARRL rules.
> I was operate in many contest and never got this before, but now when i clam
> high score Unassisted is happening. Of course, the easiest way to pass the
> Extra class exam, but I wonder if I violated any rule or, or not?
> Need your opinion
> Yuri N2TTA
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