>Was there a rule change that allowed
>this to happen this year, or did N6MJ and Ct1BOH come up with the idea?
No rule change was needed. As long as they transmitted no more than 1 signal
at a time they were fine.
What Dan and Jose did is game changing. SOAB will never be the same.
Who sitting around a bar stool came up with this idea? Genius. A back
story is needed....an NCJ feature piece required.
> Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2015 10:32:16 -0600
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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] High Rate Dual Radio CQing
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> I agree. It's extremely impressive. Was there a rule change that allowed
> this to happen this year, or did N6MJ and Ct1BOH come up with the idea?
> Can't wait to see if my brain can do it using a simulator.
> Matt NQ6N
> On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 7:55 AM, Ed Sawyer <email@example.com> wrote:
> > What a fantastic demonstration by N6MJ and also by CT1BOH!
> > Both demonstrated a crazy skill. Both were in "Mult status" countries.
> > Although Dan didn't really comment on the mult strategy. Applying these
> > lessons to a less "I am the only one if you want the mult" environment is
> > interesting and worth contemplating.
> > One thing that strikes me. WRTC will never allow this type of game
> > changing
> > operation to be demonstrated in its current form. Even though the last 2
> > WRTCs with promotion and awards showed that for the WRTC participants in
> > the
> > IARU, this quickly becomes a "rate contest". Why not allow single
> > operators
> > to truly demonstrate how good they are with this skill? At this point,
> > Jose
> > and Dan would have to forgo their teammates and compete solo to do it.
> > Why?
> > Time for a change?
> > Ed N1UR
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