What would make this use of a *remote receiver* legal if their use is
Of course, it is illegal to use a remote receiver "to check my frequency".
P.S. This is my personal opinion and not necessarily representative of any
contest committee I am a member of.
> I was at a multi-multi this weekend, and one of the ops asked this
> 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
> The World Contest Station Database, updated daily at
> The Reverse Beacon Network at http://reversebeacon.net, blog at
> spots at telnet.reversebeacon.net, port 7000 and
> arcluster.reversebeacon.net, port 7000
> 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
>> 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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