> I have spoken before about this situation where I was at TI1C in the CQ WW
> contest trying to work weak DLs on 15 meters. If there was one or two of
> them calling, I could work them. However, as soon as I got spotted, there
> were 200 of them calling and it was impossible to deal with them. I would
> QSY up the band and call CQ - and the "normal pattern of activity"
> which meant I had one or two of them calling at a time. This was great
> until I got spotted again and the pack showed up. I finally gave up and
> ran USA stations instead. Their loss.
Am I missing something here? Stations from a different continent are worth 3
points and US stations 2.
So wouldn't that make it your loss to?
I'm not sure where I stand on this self spotting issue. You could be right
that the number of spots would be overwhelming that nobody benefits from it.
It could level the playing field.
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