Just to clarify a bit further, I'm going to assume this means that you CAN
operate from a different country than the physical station..."
This is not quite correct, because operating a remote station that is
unsanctioned by the remote host country would be an illegal operation.
Every contest and operating award I know of is based on operating within
the rules of your LICENSED operating, NOT outside of them.
If the remote station is controlled by a local ham, AND a third party
agreement exists between the two countries or provides specifically for
remote operating from outside, then it *MIGHT* be acceptable, IF the rules
of the contest/award INCLUDE wording to that effect. As so many event
sponsors say, "the decision of the contest/awards committee will be final."
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