On 03/11/2012 16:13, Tree wrote:
What is unique about this operation is that the operator is on a business
trip in Bangalore India.
It seems to me that remote-control contesting makes
about as much sense as remote-control hunting.
It may involve advanced technology, it may be
harder than the real thing - but that's missing
Remote-control hunting is generally considered
to be unethical, because it defies the principle
of fair chase. Contest sponsors might consider
whether it's time to apply this principle to
Internet-hosted contesting is not smart, it's not
clever and, most of all, it's not amateur-radio.
Why? Because no "QSOs" are possible without 100%
dependence on a public communications utility.
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