Hello Igor, good morning!
I understood better your point of view.
I'm not a CW operator so I'm not able to compete looking for WRTC. But I
appreciate all those competitions.
I really enjoy all SSB contests.
My intention with this issue is to check with ham comunity if make sence, if's
pnly myself thinking on this way and to suggest a change on the existing rules
for WW and WPX. I known this is not easy but gradually new and updated changes
are under analysis by CQWW Comitee what's fine.
Thanks and hope to listen you on the bands.
> Fernando Cordoba | PY2LED | PX2B
> Sao Caetano do Sul | SP | Brasil
> Em 9 de nov de 2015, às 18:08, Igor Sokolov <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
> What I am trying to convey is that the only more or less level ground in ham
> radio contests is possible when all the competitors are on the same field
> with the same power and similar antennas. WRTC was invented in order to
> compare operators skill and not their antennas power or their permanent
> locations. Other contests are just for training and selection of the best ops
> to go to WRTC.
> 73, Igor UA9CDC
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Fernando PY2LED"
> To: "Igor Sokolov" <email@example.com>
> Cc: <CQ-Contest@contesting.com>
> Sent: Monday, November 09, 2015 11:25 PM
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Why some Caribbean Islands compete as South America
> atCQWW and other contests
> Hello Igor, good evening!
> Thanks for sharing your opinion.
> Due to this reason I inserted other parts of the world on my text and taking
> into consideration the places you mentioned, we see how critical the rules
> could be for this countries, worst than here.
> So, for you, there is no possibilities or changes to turn more equal the
> competition, right?
> Supposing we are a very excelent operator, the rest is only money, right?
> Thanks again for sharing.
>> Fernando Cordoba | PY2LED | PX2B
>> Sao Caetano do Sul | SP | Brasil
>> Em 9 de nov de 2015, às 16:09, Igor Sokolov <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
>> From: "PY2LED - Fernando"
>>> But how to become number one worldwide having the
>>> best antennas, radios, amps, towers, cables, automation, operators etc?
>> That is easy.
>> Keep training using your "best antennas, radios etc". Get selected for WRTC.
>> Come and win WRTC and you will become "number one worldwide"
>> Then take all the best ops from the top ten of WRTC, go to those nearby 3
>> points SA islands, assemble a station similar or better then CN2AA and win
>> MS, M2 and MM.
>> If you think that you geographical position is bad for winning contests,
>> then try to go and operate from VK or ZL or KL7 or UA0 and you will see
>> how well your country is located.
>> 73, Igor UA9CDC
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