I understand, but I would still think that SO Assisted would garner
higher scores than SO Unassisted. It looks like the really good
operators simply run unassisted and their skill makes the big difference.
At 12:12 PM 1/15/2011, David Levine wrote:
>Depending on the contest, a single op assisted (using a packet cluster) =
>multi-single. It could be many were single ops were just running assisted.
>From the Roundup rules:
>Single Operator entrants may not use any form of spotting assistance such as
>from nets or packet. Single Operators that use assistance will be changed to
>the Multioperator, Single Transmitter category.
>K2DSL - David
>On Sat, Jan 15, 2011 at 3:02 PM, Dick Flanagan <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi, Folks. Baby Contester here again....
>> Why are the Single Operator scores consistently higher in their
>> categories than the M/S scores? That would seem counter-intuitive.
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