[CQ-Contest] M/S questions

Trey Garlough trey at kkn.net
Thu Nov 6 23:01:17 EST 1997

> Since he did not want to be constrained
> by the 10 minute rule in Multi-Single, he entered as a M/M.  Obviously
> he could not compete with the real Multi-Transmitter Multi-Operator 
> stations, and CQ created the mythical SINGLE OPERATOR ASSISTED
> category.  
> [...]
> A slight change in SCOPE would be to allow a replacement operator
> as well as packet spotting networks.  This would encompass the
> existing Single Operator Assisted category AND allow for the use
> of replacement operators.  Such a category could be called
> MULTI-Operator / ONE Transmitter (which is really what S/O/A is
> anyway with the restriction that the assistants just can't be at
> your station).  

So if the new Multi-One category is exactly the same as Single-Op
Assisted except with multiple ops, then does this mean the category
will continue to have no ten minute rule?

--Trey, N5KO

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