Well, there's two possibilities. (1) He really was in Zone 2 and
therefore no problem. (2) He thought he was in Zone 2 but was really in
In the case of (2) I don't know what happens. I'm assuming they aren't
going to delete the QSO's in everyone's log because he sent the wrong
zone; whether they correct it to Zone 5 in everyone's logs or not I don't
73, Zack W9SZ
On Sun, 25 Nov 2007, Art Boyars wrote:
> A certain VE2 sent me Zone 2 (clearly, and also to the guy after me), but the
> cty file gave Zone 5. Of course, I logged "2" (and added a note that he
> really sent 2). Both Zones were mults (I was just fooling around in the
> Test, and did not bother to work the W/K zones, so might not have another
> Zone 5).
> So, what happens when the CQ Committee log checking software gets hold of my
> log? If they think he is really Zone 5...
> Will they ding me for bad data (not likely; I think they will recognize that
> he was sending 2)?
> Will they delete the Zone 2 mult (that's fair)?
> And, here's the rub, will they give me the Zone 5 mult.
> With my 60K-and-I-don't-care score this question is academic, but I'd like to
> know. And it might matter to some one some time.
> (BTW, the answers do not depend on whether you were using one, two or three
> radios. :>) )
> 73, Art K3KU
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