And not that it is necessarily pertinent to Yuri's situation, but when I was
the KV4FZ operator in the 1983 CQ WW CW DX Contest, it was primarily Mrs.
Schoenbohm who I would say was the station's "control operator", with her
excellent cooking !!
I rarely saw Herb KV4FZ , and I appreciated his trust that I would treat his
station and call well. (BTW, Extra Class license was well in hand).
Jim Neiger N6TJ
From: "W0MU Mike Fatchett" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2012 8:07 AM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] ARRL single op definition
> And if Yuri had operated within the confines or privileges of HIS
> license we would not be having this discussion.
> KV4FZ was a control OPERATOR. Without this Control OPERATOR Yuri would
> have been operating illegally. Without him the results may have been
> far different. We will never know.
> Mike W0MU
> W0MU-1 CC Cluster w0mu.net:23 or w0mu-1.dnsdynamic.com
> On 6/25/2012 6:35 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Simple...go to the source: the RULES
>> 2.1.Single Operator: One person performs all transmitting, receiving, and
>> logging functions as well as equipment and antenna adjustments.
>> So...did KV4FZ (or any control op) do any transmitting, receiving,
>> logging or equipment/ant adjustments? If all he did is turn the stuff on
>> at the beginning of the contest, I don't think the ARRL's definition of
>> single op was violated.
>> de Doug KR2Q
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