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Re: [CQ-Contest] Another CQWW question

To: "'D LINDSAY ESVLC EXP LINER MGR'" <DLindsay.vlc@mscspain.com>,<cq-contest@contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Another CQWW question
From: "Don Cassel" <ve3xd@rogers.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 11:18:48 -0400
List-post: <mailto:cq-contest@contesting.com>
Hi Duncan,

I did this in the 2003 WPX CW when I was between antennas and could only set
up a temporary vertical. I operated SOSB 20 as VE3BUC and SOSB 15 as VE3XD.
There was no problem with the submissions and I even won a 1st place
certificate for Canada for the 15m operation. The WPX and WW are both CQ
contests so I would expect similar treatment.

73, Don VE3XD

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Sent: October-02-07 10:52 AM
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Subject: [CQ-Contest] Another CQWW question

Taking Scott's lead, I have another CQWW question:


I will be operating as EA5ON/6 for CQWW SSB, probably SOSB 80 although yet
to be determined. In my off time, I'd like to operate on another band. In
the past most people have just submitted the other contacts as a check log
since the rules state that "A different callsign must be used for each CQWW


Well, it so happens that I am also able to operate as EA6/GM7CXM and could
therefore put in another entry under this callsign. My doubt is whether this
is not allowed under a different part of the rules, or perhaps considered
unsportsmanlike behaviour, or similar?


What say, CWQQ team?


73 de Duncan EA5ON


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