> Actually, a new twist on the /T /N bit.
> In the upcoming 10m contest there are novice/tech categories requiring the /T
> and /N designators. There is also a multi single category. Now the queston:
> If there is a m/s tech station, I assume that all operations must take place
> within the novice sub-bands, but must all operators be novices or techs?
> My motivation for asking is a possible plan to get on with a young
> tech using his call sign and operatng with him as a means of giving him some
> needed motivation. In this situation we really wouldn't be in a position to
> win anything (unless by default, no other log in the category from the
> section - sometimes a very real possibility).
> Continuing this line of thought, what if we don't submit the log or just
> a check log? Does being legal (in the contest rules sense) really matter?
> 73, -SEP
If you don't submit a log for scoring, you can theoretically do what you
want. But, it would be bad form to sign /T if you aren't really one.
If a multi-single is operated by or even helped by a General or higher
class licensee, they should not sign with the /N or /T. After all, it's
not really in the spirit of things.
At least that's my opinion.
Jeff Tucker N9HZQ, EMT-A
email@example.com Graduate Student, Electrical Engineering
W4AQL Contest Domination Team Georgia Institute of Technology