If a mult gets spotted and you work him only seconds after the mult gets
spotted, than that's suspicious. If this happend multiple times it's beyond
suspicious. That's one of the tell tale signs of a assisted / non assisted
73, Maarten PD2R
Op woensdag 30 januari 2013 schreef Rex Maner (firstname.lastname@example.org) het
> Joe I don't know how somone would get caught , however If you were
> checking a Log you might find a station is running on 14005 at a really
> good rate then suddenly for one contact of 20 seconds makes a contact on
> 14065 of a needed mult, an then is back on 14005 CQing 25/30 sec, later.
> Now I know that some operate SO2R and are really good and could work this
> in but ???
> If I find this many times in a log I'm gonna look at the log VERY, VERY
> Rex K7QQ
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 3:35 PM
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Non-Assisted vs. Assisted
> On 1/29/2013 10:09 AM, Hal Kennedy wrote:
>> The point I'd like to make is there are really three categories: - SO -
>> SO (A) - SO (cheating A) We don't know too much about how the scores of the
>> third category stack up, but knowing of a few stations that do it
>> routinely, and who have been caught and penalized in some cases and STILL
>> continue to do it,
>> I have yet to operate Assisted. Hey I just recently started to use a
>> computer to log. But i am curious, as to how does on that is claiming SO,
>> but does SOA, how do they actually get caught?
>> Joe WB9SBD
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