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Re: [CQ-Contest] KP2MM Disqualified in ARRL CW 2012

To: Mirko S57AD <miroslav.sibilja@amis.net>
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] KP2MM Disqualified in ARRL CW 2012
From: David Gilbert <xdavid@cis-broadband.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 11:22:31 -0700
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Yes, of course I understand all of that.  That's why I posed it as an 
example ... because I think it's fundamentally the same thing for Yuri.  
I can't think of a single reason why the contest sponsor has any 
obligation whatsoever to turn an illegitimate entry into a legitimate 
one.   Can you imagine the nightmare precedent that such an action would 
create??  There would be no end to it and we'd be lucky to see results 
posted within our lifetime.

In fact, for Yuri's log to be accepted as Single Operator the ARRL would 
have to implicitly determine that KV4FZ was indeed not a control 
operator, and that would make Yuri's Extra Class contacts illegal per 
FCC rules ... not just zero point value.  Why would you just ignore that?

Dave   AB7E

On 6/24/2012 6:28 AM, Mirko S57AD wrote:
> With all due respect, Dave, but if you made even a single contact in 
> the contest  with high power, you you should claim your category High 
> Power. If your buddy visited you during the contest and made a single 
> contact while you went to toilet, it is Multi Operator category.
> Since frequencies in Yuri's log were recorded, contest sponsor could 
> mark contacts "outside the allowed frequency" as zero point ones. 
>  People who worked him lose nothing, who loses is just him. IMHO this 
> approach would be better than DQing!
> 73  Mirko, S57AD
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