I was at a multi-multi this weekend, and one of the ops asked this question:
I know that I can't use a remote receiver, even from a multi-multi, for
example to catch weak Europeans on 160, But what about using one to
check and see if your run frequency is clear in your target area? Is
that against the rules?
I thought this was a pretty easy "yes" but the other guy seemed
unpersuaded, so I thought I'd crowd-source the answer.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 5/30/2012 9:31 AM, KU7Y wrote:
> I've been wondering about something.....
> I understand that if I use something like the RBN to see who's on, I'm in
> some type of assisted category.
> But could I watch the RBN, filtered on my call only, to see if I'm being
> seen by the network and still be considered SO?
> OK, back in my hole,
> Ron, KU7Y
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